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Stone, Katie and Shirley-Beavan, Sam (2018) Global state of harm reduction 2018. London: Harm Reduction International.

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The 2018 Global State of Harm Reduction report contains information on:
• The number of people who inject drugs and the number of people imprisoned for drug use (where data is available).
• Needle and syringe programmes (NSP), opioid substitution therapy (OST), HIV and hepatitis C and TB testing and treatment for people who use drugs, in both the community and in prisons.
• The harm reduction response for people who use amphetamine-type stimulants, cocaine and its derivatives, and new psychoactive substances.
• Drug-checking in nightlife settings.
• Harm reduction for women who use drugs.
• Drug consumption rooms.
• Drug-related mortality and morbidity and the overdose response, as well as naloxone peer-distribution in the community and naloxone provision in prisons.
• Developments and regressions in funding for harm reduction.


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