The need for education on novel psychoactive substances (legal highs) amongst undergraduate health care professionals

First published: 30/03/2019 | Last updated: May 21st, 2019

Ms Safia Akhtar

Student

Focusses on the need for education about legal highs for undergraduate medical and other health care students registered on Health Care Professional courses. As part of this project data on: attitudes, awareness, knowledge; levels of education and preferred education of legal highs, from students at St. George’s, University of London was collected  in early 2015.

An overview of the survey and its findings is reported in the poster

Setting
Undergraduate medical and allied health training.

Participants
Medical undergraduates and other students.

Co-Authors

Mrs Christine Goodair, Population Health Research Institute, St George’s, University of London


Conflicts of interest:

None.

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