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Parkin, Stephen and Neale, Joanne and Strang, John (2023) Conceptualising retention in treatment with long-acting injectable buprenorphine (for opioid use disorder) as a journey: findings from a longitudinal qualitative study. International Journal of Drug Policy , 122 .

Colledge-Frisby, Samantha and Rathnayake, Kasun and Nielsen, Suzanne and Stoove, Mark and Maher, Lisa and Agius, Paul A and Higgs, Peter and Dietze, Paul (2023) Injection drug use frequency before and after take-home naloxone training. JAMA Network Open , 6 , (8) .

Lambdin, Barrot H and Bluthenthal, Ricky N and Humphrey, Jamie L and Lakosky, Paul and Prohaska, Stephanie and Kral, Alex H (2023) Viewpoint. ‘New evidence’ for syringe services programs? A call for rigor and skepticism. International Journal of Drug Policy , 121 .

Harris, Julie and Shorter, Gillian W and Davidson, Gavin and Best, Paul (2020) Risk perception, changing social context, and norms prevent transition to regular injection among people who smoke heroin. Drug and Alcohol Dependence , 208 , p. 107878.

McDermott, Cian and Collins, Niamh C. (2012) Prehospital medication administration: a randomised study comparing intranasal and intravenous routes. Emergency Medicine International , 2012 .

Barry, David and Syed, Hussain and Smyth, Bobby P (2012) The journey into injecting heroin use. Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems , 14 , (3) , pp. 89-100.

Report

Evans, David and Keenan, Eamonn (2024) Pharmacy needle exchange programme: review of performance indicators. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs. (2010) Consideration of the use of foil, as an intervention, to reduce the harms of injecting heroin. London: Home Office.

News

[thejournal.ie] , Brophy, Daragh Increase in people smoking and injecting crack cocaine in Dublin. (15 Nov 2017)

[Scottish Executive] Scottish prevention campaign says smoking heroin just as dangerous as injecting. (15 Aug 2006)

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