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Intimate partner violence, substance use, and COVID-19 #COVID19 #COVID19Canada @CANdrugpolicy

Prescription Drugs :Question for Department of Health and Social Care - with reference to the recommendations of the 2019 PHE Prescribed Medicines Review, when will a national helpline & website to support people with prescribed drug dependence be set up.

University of Bath scientists have been awarded a research grant of £1.3 million to develop a portable device to detect the street drug ‘spice’ on the spot.

ISSDP upcoming webinar 29 April 2021,15.00 UTC : Opportunities for international engagement for #DrugPolicy research. Moderated by Peter Reuter, with panel members Chloe Carpenter (@UNODC ), @BeauKilmer (RAND) & @LarissaJMaier (UCSF, GDS). @ISSDrugPolicy

DHSC Guidance : Packaging of tobacco products information for retailers and distributors of tobacco products, enforcement agencies and the public on changes to tobacco packaging.

Changes in substance supply and use characteristics among people who use drugs (PWUD) during the #COVID-19 global pandemic: A national qualitative assessment in Canada | International Journal of Drug Policy @ijdrugpolicy

Heavier social media use linked to more frequent drinking in young people | Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care - UCL – University College London @AddictionJrnl