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Key findings from the 2016 IDRS: A survey of people who inject drugs

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NDARC/UNSW, 10/10/2016 The Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) monitors emerging trends in the use, price, purity and availability of heroin, methamphetamine (speed powder, base and crystal), cocaine and cannabis. In addition to a survey of people who inject drugs (PWID), the annual data collection also includes a survey of key experts (KE) who are professionals in the field of illicit drugs and...

Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour: Viral hepatitis

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UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health, October 2016 The Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour presents data from a selection of the behavioural and social research conducted by the Centre for Social Research in Health. The report focuses in particular on studies assessing trends over time or addressing emerging issues. The Viral Hepatitis Supplement covers a few key issues which stand out  in...

Stigma and Discrimination Survey – Hepatitis C & Injecting Drug Use

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University of New South Wales, September 2016 This study is conducted by the University of New South Wales. It aims to monitor experiences of the use of injecting drugs and/or living with hepatitis in Australia. To participate in this research study, you need to meet the following inclusion criteria: Be over 18 years of age; Have ever injected drugs AND/OR lived with hepatitis C in Australia; Be...

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