|Titre :||International Journal of Drug Policy, Vol.68 - June 2019|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/06/2019|
|Année de publication :||2019|
|Note de contenu :||
- The lack of focus on trans women in a themed issue of the International Journal of Drug Policy on sexualised drug use. Goldsmith D., Hillyard M., p. 1-2.
- States simply do not care: The failure of international securitisation of drug control in Afghanistan. Kamminga J., p. 3-8.
- Barriers and facilitators of maintained smoking abstinence following release from smoke-free prisons: A qualitative enquiry. Puljevic C., Coomber R., de Andrade D., Kinner S.A., p. 9-17.
- Struggling to achieve a 'normal life': A qualitative study of Vietnamese methadone patients. Nguyen T.T., Luong A.N., Nham T.T.T., Chauvin C., Feelemyer J., Nagot N., et al., p. 18-26.
- Attitudes towards people living with HIV and people who inject drugs: A mixed method study of stigmas within harm reduction programs in Kazakhstan. Stringer K.L., Mukherjee T., McCrimmon T., Terlikbayeva A., Primbetovac S., Darisheva M., et al., p. 27-36.
- Opioid overdose deaths and potentially inappropriate opioid prescribing practices (PIP): A spatial epidemiological study. Stopka T.J., Amaravadi H., Kaplan A.R., Hoh R., Bernson D., Chui K.K.H., et al., p. 37-45.
- Acceptability of implementing community-based drug checking services for people who use drugs in three United States cities: Baltimore, Boston and Providence. Sherman S.G., Morales K.B., Park J.N., McKenzie M., Marshall B.D.L., Green T.C., p. 46-53.
- Changes in chemsex and sexual behaviour over time, among a cohort of MSM in London and Brighton: Findings from the AURAH2 study. Sewell J., Cambiano V., Speakman A., Lampe F.C., Phillips A., Stuart D., et al., p. 54-61.
- 'We are still obsessed by this idea of abstinence': A critical analysis of UK news media representations of proposals to introduce drug consumption rooms in Glasgow, UK. Atkinson A.M., McAuley A., Trayner K.M.A., Sumnall H.R., p. 62-74.
- Computerized intervention to prevent drug use among at-risk adolescents in Central Asia: Preliminary family-level findings from a pilot mixed methods trial. Ismayilova L., Terlikbayeva A., Rozental Y., p. 75-85.
- Stigma and drug use settings as correlates of self-reported, non-fatal overdose among people who use drugs in Baltimore, Maryland. Latkin C.A., Gicquelais R.E., Clyde C., Dayton L., Davey-Rothwell M., German D., et al., p. 86-92.
- Cannabis use in Europe: Current trends and public health concerns. Manthey J., p. 93-96.
- Parents and substance use. Radcliffe P., Chandler A., Martin F., Whittaker A., p. 97-100.
- Tensions and contradictions in family court innovation with high risk parents: The place of family drug treatment courts in contemporary family justice. Harwin J., Broadhurst K., Cooper C., Taplin S., p. 101-108.
- Gendered drug policy: Motherisk and the regulation of mothering in Canada. Boyd S., p. 109-116.
- 'Good enough' parenting: Negotiating standards and stigma. Valentine K., Smyth C., Newland J., p. 117-123.
- Healing the hurt amid the drug war: Narratives of young urban poor Filipinos in recovering families with parental drug use. Yusay C.T.C., Canoy N.A., p. 124-131.
- 'Parents are the best prevention'? Troubling assumptions in cannabis policy and prevention discourses in the context of legalization in Canada. Haines-Saah R.J., Mitchell S., Slemon A., Jenkins E.K., p. 132-138.
- Problematisation and regulation: Bodies, risk, and recovery within the context of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. Whittaker A., Chandler A., Cunningham-Burley S., Midgley P., Elliott L., Cooper S., p. 139-146.
- Engaging with motherhood and parenthood: A commentary on the social science drugs literature. Martin F.S., p. 147-153.
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