Preventing fatal overdoses: a systematic review of the effectiveness of take-home naloxone
This paper considers how naloxone combined with training in first aid for coping with an overdose for people who are not health professionals can help save lives.
Financing drug policy in Europe in the wake of the economic recession
By examining public expenditure in the areas where most drug-related activities are provided, this report looks at how austerity affected responses to the drugs problem.
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In this issue: Lisbon Addictions 2015: call for abstracts | Best practice: from guidelines to quality standards | Financing drug policy in Europe in the wake of the economic recession | Preventing opioid deaths — legal issues around the provision of naloxone | New EMCDDA products and services
Pregnancy and opioid use: strategies for treatment
Illicit opioid consumption during pregnancy brings with it the risk of an increase in obstetric complications for the mother and a range of potential dangers for the child, both before and after birth.
Computer-assisted and online data collection in general population surveys
The aim of the present report is to collect information from a literature review on computer-assisted interviewing and online data collection in general population surveys.