|Titre :||International Journal of Drug Policy, Vol.98 - December 2021|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/12/2021|
|Année de publication :||2021|
|Note de contenu :||
- "Nothing about us, without us": Negotiating the personal and professional as activists and academics who use drugs [Editorial]. Harris M., Luongo N., p. 103533.
- We, ourselves and us: Tensions of identity, intersubjectivity and positionality stemming from the people and dancefloors project. Zampini G.F., Buck-Matthews E., Killick A., Salter L., p. 103096.
- "The missing 'I' in drug research and the epistemic justice of disclosure". Walker I., p. 103178.
- Appreciating contributions more than celebrating resilience: Reflections on the disclosure of substance use in Appalachia. Clapp L., Conner S., Fonseca D., Jones C., Williams M., Buer L.-M., art. 103277.
- "I'm pretty sure it's either food poisoning or Covid-19": Lived experience versus medical knowledge in diagnosing substance use problems. Frank D., art. 103348.
- We are the researched, the researchers, and the discounted: The experiences of drug user activists as researchers. Simon C., Brothers S., Strichartz K., Coulter A., Voyles N., Herdlein A., et al., art. 103364.
- In/dignity [Viewpoint]. Russell D.M., art. 103365.
- The uptake of foil from needle and syringe provision services and its role in smoking or snorting heroin among people who inject drugs in Scotland. Dunleavy K., Hutchinson S.J., Palmateer N., Goldberg D., Taylor A., Munro A., et al., art. 103369.
- 'We're in this together': A content analysis of marketing by alcohol brands on Facebook and Instagram during the first UK Lockdown, 2020. Atkinson A.M., Sumnall H., Meadows B., art. 103376.
- Homeless women's perspectives on smoking and smoking cessation programs: A qualitative study. Rubin S.B., Vijayaraghavan M., Weiser S.D., Tsoh J.Y., Cohee A., Delucchi K., et al., art. 103377.
- Hepatitis C treatment as prevention in the prison setting: Assessments of acceptability of treatment scale up efforts by prison correctional and health personnel. Lafferty L., Rance J., Dore G.J., Grebely J., Lloyd A.R., Treloar C., art. 103379.
- Classic psychedelics in the treatment of substance use disorder: Potential synergies with twelve-step programs. Yaden D.B., Berghella A.P., Regier P.S., Garcia-Romeu A., Johnson M.W., Hendricks P.S., art. 103380.
- Effectiveness and implementability of state-level naloxone access policies: Expert consensus from an online modified-Delphi process. Smart R., Grant S., art. 103383.
- Cannabis sales increases during COVID-19: Findings from Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington. Schauer G.L., Dilley J.A., Roehler D.R., Sheehy T.J., Filley J.R., Broschart S.C., et al., art. 103384.
- Use of hallucinogens in Slovakia: Does it differ from global trends? Lukacovic M., Masaryk R., art. 103385.
- Creativity, care and 'messy' drug use: A collective history of the early days of peer-led needle exchange in Dunedin, New Zealand. Harris M., art. 103386.
- Ancient psychoactive plants in a global village: The ritual use of cannabis in a self-managed community in Catalonia. Kohek M., Sanchez Aviles C., Romani O., Bouso J.C., art. 103390.
- Living Under Coronavirus and Injecting Drugs in Bristol (LUCID-B): A qualitative study of experiences of COVID-19 among people who inject drugs. Kesten J.M., Holland A., Linton M.-J., Family H., Scott J., Horwood J., et al., art. 103391.
- Changes in characteristics of drug overdose death trends during the COVID-19 pandemic. DiGennaro C., Garcia G.-G.P., Stringfellow E.J., Wakeman S., Jalali M.S., art. 103392.
- Online surveillance of novel psychoactive substances (NPS): Monitoring Reddit discussions as a predictor of increased NPS-related exposures. Barenholtz E., Krotulski A.J., Morris P., Fitzgerald N.D., Le A., Papsun D.M., et al., art. 103393.
- 'Synthetic cannabis': A dangerous misnomer. Darke S., Banister S., Farrell M., Duflou J., Lappin J., art. 103396.
- Trends in alcohol intoxication among native and immigrant youth in Sweden, 1999-2017: A comparison across family structure and parental employment status. Vasiljevic Z., Svensson R., Shannon D., art. 103397.
- Outcomes of Ottawa, Canada's Managed Opioid Program (MOP) where supervised injectable hydromorphone was paired with assisted housing. Harris M.T.H., Seliga R.K., Fairbairn N., Nolan S., Walley A.Y., Weinstein Z.M., et al., art. 103400.
- How can communities influence alcohol licensing at a local level? Licensing officers' perspectives of the barriers and facilitators to sustaining engagement in a volunteer-led alcohol harm reduction approach. Ure C., Burns E.J., Hargreaves S.C., Hidajat M., Coffey M., de Vocht F., et al., art. 103412.
- Effectiveness of a school-based substance use prevention program taught by police officers in Brazil: Two cluster randomized controlled trials of the PROERD. Sanchez Z.M., Valente J.Y., Gusmoes J.D.P., Ferreira-Junior V., Caetano S.C., Cogo-Moreira H., et al., art. 103413.
- Upstream: Opportunities for structural intervention research to prevent substance use and harms [Viewpoint]. Deeds B., Bloss G., Hingson R., Blanco C., art. 103417.
- Out of pocket expenses: effect of fee-waivers on opioid prescribing and dispensing. Boogaerts T., De Swert C., Covaci A., van Nuijs A.L.N., Hamelinck W., Saevels J., et al., art. 103423.
- Using conjoint analysis to study health policy changes: An example from a cohort of persons who use drugs. Knudsen H.K., Havens J.R., art. 103425.
- Perceived vulnerability to overdose-related arrests among people who use drugs in Maryland. Rouhani S., Schneider K.E., Rao A., Urquhart G.J., Morris M., LaSalle L., et al., art. 103426.
- "It Just Kind of Cascades": A critical ethnography of methamphetamine-related pleasure among people in recovery. Brookfield S.J., Selvey L., Maher L., Fitzgerald L., art. 103427.
- Alcoholic beverage purchase by Brazilian adolescents: individual and contextual factors associated in a multilevel analysis. Paulo dos Santos M.A., de Souza T.A., Medeiros A.d.A., Barbosa I.R., art. 103428.
- Enhancing equity-oriented care in psychedelic medicine: Utilizing the EQUIP framework. Rea K., Wallace B., art. 103429.
- Predictors of using social media to purchase drugs in New Zealand: Findings from a large-scale online survey. van der Sanden R., Wilkins C., Romeo J.S., Rychert M., Barratt M.J., art. 103430.
- Heavy episodic drinking and HIV disclosure by HIV treatment status among People with HIV in IeDEA Cameroon. Lancaster K.E., Remch M., Dzudie A., Ajeh R., Adedimeji A., Nash D., et al., art. 103431.
- When accurate drug terminology reduces reporting and readership: The need for a happy medium regarding "synthetic cannabis" terminology [Viewpoint]. Palamar J.J., art. 103432.
- The harms of punishing substance use during pregnancy. Carroll J.J., El-Sabawi T., Ostrach B., art. 103433.
- Targeting community-based naloxone distribution using opioid overdose death rates: A descriptive analysis of naloxone rescue kits and opioid overdose deaths in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Zang X., Macmadu A., Krieger M.S., Behrends C.N., Green T.C., Morgan J.R., et al., art. 103435.
- Your diagnosis will not protect you (and neither will academia): Reckoning with education and Dis-Ease. Luongo N.M., art. 103450.
- Doing autoethnographic drugs research: Some notes from the field. Wakeman S., art. 103504.
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