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Supervised consumption services: Operational guidance

2017, British Columbia Centre on Substance Use
Guidelines and manuals - PDF
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Implementing supervised injection services

2018, Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario
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BC overdose action exchange II

2017, BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), Provincial Health Services Authority
Report - PDF
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Implementing comprehensive HIV and HCV programmes with people who inject drugs: practical guidance for collaborative interventions

2017, UNAIDS, World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), United Nations Development Programme, United States Agency for International Development, United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, International Network of People Who Use Drugs
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HIV prevention for people who inject drugs: New biomedical approaches and time-honoured strategies

From Prevention in Focus - Spring 2017
2017, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Peer work

2016, CATIE
Case study collection - Webpage

Feeling Better Group

2015, Nine Circles Community Health Centre
Case study - Webpage

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

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 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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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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