|Titre :||International Journal of Drug Policy, Vol.65 - March 2019|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/03/2019|
|Année de publication :||2019|
|Note de contenu :||
- Application of a discrete choice experiment approach to support the design of a hepatitis C testing service in primary care. Radley A., van der Pol M., Dillon J.F., p. 1-7.
- The interplay between substance use and intimate partner violence perpetration: A meta-ethnography. Gilchrist G., Dennis F., Radcliffe P., Henderson J., Howard L.M., Gadd D., p. 8-23.
- The association between experiencing discrimination and physical and mental health among people who inject drugs. Couto e Cruz C., Salom C.L., Dietze P., Burns L., Alati R., p. 24-30.
- Entangled empathy, drug use, and photographs of suffering. Steer L., p. 31-40.
- Variation in hepatitis C virus treatment uptake between Canadian centres in the era of direct-acting antivirals. Nitulescu R., Young J., Saeed S., Cooper C., Cox J., Martel-Laferriere V., et al., p. 41-49.
- Opportunistic assessment and treatment of people with hepatitis C virus infection admitted to hospital for other reasons: A prospective cohort study. Chiong F., Post J., p. 50-55.
- Crisis support services in night-time entertainment districts: Changes in demand following changes in alcohol legislation. Devilly G.J., Srbinovski A., p. 56-64.
- The experiences of people who inject drugs of skin and soft tissue infections and harm reduction: A qualitative study. Dunleavy K., Hope V., Roy K., Taylor A., p. 65-72.
- "We don't want him worrying about how he will pay to save his life": Using medical crowdfunding to explore lived experiences with addiction services in Canada. Palad V., Snyder J., p. 73-77.
- Police attitudes towards pre-booking diversion in Baltimore, Maryland. Rouhani S., Gudlavalleti R., Atzmon D., Park J.N., Olson S.P., Sherman S.G., p. 78-85.
- Light and heavy drinking in jurisdictions with different alcohol policy environments. Foster S., Gmel G., Mohler-Kuo M., p. 86-96.
- Associations between state-level policy liberalism, cannabis use, and cannabis use disorder from 2004 to 2012: Looking beyond medical cannabis law status. Philbin M.M., Mauro P.M., Santaella-Tenorio J., Mauro C.M., Kinnard E.N., Cerda M., et al., p. 97-103.
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