|Titre :||Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, Vol.26, n°6 - December 2019|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/12/2019|
|Année de publication :||2019|
|Note de contenu :||
- Paying people who use illicit substances or 'peers' participating in community-based work: a narrative review of the literature. Greer A.M., Pauly B., Scott A., Martin R., Burmeister C., Buxton J., p. 447-459.
- New Year, New You: a qualitative study of Dry January, self-formation and positive regulation. Yeomans H., p. 460-468.
- Characterising opportunity to use heroin reveals new avenues for intervention: context, outcomes, and latency to initiation. Hines L.A., Morley K.I., Strang J., Lynskey M., p. 469-474.
- The role of multiple social identities in discrimination and perceived smoking-related stigma among sexual and gender minority current or former smokers. Lipperman-Kreda S., Antin T.M.J., Hunt G.P., p. 475-483.
- An evidence-based socioecological framework to understand men's use of anabolic androgenic steroids and inform interventions in this area. Bates G., Tod D., Leavey C., McVeigh J., p. 484-492.
- Exploring the health and social care needs of older people with a drug problem. Matheson C., Hamilton E., Wallace J., Liddell D., p. 493-501.
- 'Fighting a losing battle': prisoners' perspectives of treatment as prevention for hepatitis C with inadequate primary prevention measures. Lafferty L., Rance J., Treloar C., p. 502-507.
- Medical students' training needs and attitudes on substance abuse: implications for medical education in Greece. Armaos R., Tsiboukli A., p. 508-516.
- Changing but resistant: the importance of integrating heavier young drinkers within a declining drinking culture. Caluzzi G., p. 517-521.
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