This study explores how police detainees in Australia use mobile phones within the illicit drug market. Read more
Amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) use is a global concern due to increased usage and the harm to physical, mental, and social well-being. The objective of this overview of systematic reviews is to summarise trial results of psychosocial interventions and describe their efficacy and safety. Read more
Correlation-European Harm Reduction Network has prepared a briefing paper on treatment, prevention and harm reduction interventions for different forms of amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) use. You can read this document AT THIS LINK.
The globalisation process and new technologies paved the way for the emergence of empowered and global online drug cultures and shaped the way people purchase and use drugs, search for drug information, and discuss and share drug use practices and knowledge with their peers. This growing reality is opening up a new field of intervention, and harm reduction professionals should equip themselves to respond to this reality. Read more
A website that compiles topical, evidence-based and non-judgmental information about drugs, alcohol and tobacco. The site is accessible by THIS LINK.
A database of harm reduction tools, publications and websites is available AT THIS LINK.
Despite grand achievements on national, regional and international levels in response to the HIV epidemic, it remains a major public health issue. The representatives of Key Populations (KP) and their sexual partners have been disproportionately affected by the rise in HIV infections, which is further exacerbated by inadequate availability of integrated HIV prevention services. Read more
Today, while much has been achieved in the fight against the HIV epidemic, it remains a major global public health problem. The growing number of HIV infections that disproportionately affect representatives of Key Populations (KP) and their sexual partners is aggravated by inadequate availability of integrated HIV prevention services. Read more