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Anti-doping education: Teaching athletes about morality in sport can help reduce doping: research output (abstract) |University of Birmingham

Most pharmacies in Texas do not appear to be willing and able to dispense prescribed buprenorphine/naloxone films and naloxone nasal spray to patients with opioid use disorder promptly

Course and outcome of patients with alcohol use disorders following an alcohol intervention during hospital attendance: mixed method study BJPsych Open @drjmas

Effect of alcohol consumption on the risk of adverse events in atrial fibrillation: from the COmparison study of Drugs for symptom control and complication prEvention of Atrial Fibrillation (CODE-AF) registry |EP Europace

Rapid evidence review of harm reduction interventions and messaging for people who inject drugs during pandemic events: implications for the ongoing #COVID‑19 response| Harm Reduction Journal #openaccess #pwid

Webinar: hosted by @CorrelationNet on 'Challenges and opportunities
to monitor new drug trends by civil society organisations' Date: 16 December 2020; 15.00 – 16.30 CE register at

Developing the Health Index for England includes smoking, alcohol and drug use