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Views from the front lines: Bleach as a harm reduction strategy for people who inject drugs

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 2016
2016, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Bleach: Should it be recommended to disinfect needles and syringes?

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 2016
2016, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Strategies for improving the hepatitis C care continuum for people who inject drugs

2016, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Zepatier in people grappling with drug addiction

From TreatmentUpdate 213
2016, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Priority directions to address hepatitis C amongst people who use injection drugs

From Windows of Opportunity: Integrated Hepatitis C Programming Approaches for Priority Populations
2016, CATIE
Report - Webpage

What’s love got to do with it? Exploring how intimate relationships with men impact women who inject drugs and their vulnerability for Hep C and HIV

From Prevention in Focus - Spring 2016
2016, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

On Point: Recommendations for Prison-Based Needle and Syringe Programs in Canada

2016, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network (CHLN), Prisoners' HIV/AIDS Support Action Network (PASAN), Ryerson University
Report - Webpage
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Recommendations for the management of hepatitis C virus infection among people who inject drugs

2015, International Network for Hepatitis in Substance Users
Guidelines and manuals - Webpage
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Best Practice Recommendations for Canadian Harm Reduction Programs that Provide Service to People Who Use Drugs and are at Risk for HIV, HCV, and Other Harms: Part 2

2015, Working Group on Best Practice for Harm Reduction Programs in Canada
Guidelines and manuals - PDF
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New Best Practice Recommendations Part 2: Service referrals for substance use treatment, mental health services, and housing services

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 2015
2015, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage