This study suggests that Thai people who inject drugs suffer from high rates of overdose. The study also highlights the need to expand harm reduction strategies in Thailand, such as educational and peer-based overdose management programs, and further emphasizes the need to balance the current emphasis on enforcement-based responses to drug use with health-focused policies and programs.
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- Reorienting drug policy in Indonesia: Pathways to the Sustainable Development Goals
- EMCDDA trendspotter briefing: Impact of COVID-19 on patterns of drug use and drug-related harms in Europe
- Cannabis rescheduling: What could it mean for Africa?
- Harm reduction for women in prisons
- Barriers to harm reduction for women who use drugs in South Africa
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