The Reduction of Drug-Related Harm

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E. C. Buning, E. Drucker, A. Matthews, R. Newcombe, P. A. O'Hare
Routledge, Oct 8, 2013 - Medical - 224 pages
First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

A conceptual framework for theory practice and research
1
A harm reduction perspective
15
3 The impact of harm reduction drug policy on AIDS prevention in Amsterdam
30
4 Public health and health behaviour in the prevention of HIV infection
39
The development of a controlled availability policy in Australia
49
The final solution?
62
Public health versus prohibition
71
8 Cocaine users perceptions of their health status and the risks of drug use
82
Handy hints for women
128
14 Smack in the Eye
137
15 A harm reduction educational strategy towards Ecstasy
146
16 An empirical study of the relationship between heroin addiction crime and medical treatment
154
17 The role of the police in harm reduction
162
An outreach model for on the spot AIDS prevention among active outoftreatment drug addicts
172
19 The streetcorner agency with shooting room Fixerstuebli
181
A userfriendly approach on a municipal level
186

9 Police policy in Amsterdam
90
An example of the American Harm Maximization Program
95
Harm minimization is distinct from legalization
108
12 Selfinjection education for street level sexworkers
122
Facts myths and their role in harm reduction strategy
195
Name index
202
Subject index
205
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