- D. Pourmarzi, A. Smirnov, L. Hall, G. Fitzgerald, T. Rahman
- Medicine, PsychologyAustralian Journal of Primary Health
- 30 March 2019
Patients emphasised 'having more energy' when reporting improvements in their physical health following treatment and their desire to help other patients to receive treatment was connected to their experience of the services that they received and their perceived health outcomes.
Young adults' trajectories of Ecstasy use: a population based study.
Simultaneous use of alcohol with methamphetamine but not ecstasy linked with aggression among young adult stimulant users.
Initial outcomes of integrated community-based hepatitis C treatment for people who inject drugs: Findings from the Queensland Injectors' Health Network.
Willingness to cooperate with police: A population-based study of Australian young adult illicit stimulant users
While procedural justice has been highlighted as a key strategy for promoting cooperation with police, little is known about this model’s applicability to subgroups engaged in illegal behaviour, such…
Use and Misuse of Opioid Replacement Therapies: A Queensland Study
A retrospective observational study of data collected during 2000–2007 for clients obtaining injecting equipment from the Brisbane Harm Reduction Centre in Queensland finds that buprenorphine and naloxone were misused at lower rates when compared with buprenorphines and methadone.
Elements of community-based models for treating hepatitis C virus in supporting HCV elimination in Australia: A Delphi study.
- D. Pourmarzi, A. Smirnov, J. Hepworth, T. Rahman, G. FitzGerald, L. Hall
- Medicine, Political ScienceInternational Journal of Health Planning and…
- 1 April 2019
Substantial work is required across policy and health service planning to integrate these highly rated elements of community-based models for treating HCV and their feasibility in the Australian context.
Patterns of drug dependence in a Queensland (Australia) sample of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who inject drugs.
The drug dependence patterns of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who inject drugs were similar, including the proportions dependent on both methamphetamine and opioids, but for Indigenous injectors, there was a stronger association between drug dependence and contextual factors such as unemployment and incarceration.
Experiences of police contact among young adult recreational drug users: A qualitative study.
The role of procedural justice in how young adult stimulant users perceive police and policing
Effective policing arguably relies on the support and voluntary cooperation of the public, which is in part influenced by individual’s perceptions of police encounters (Murphy 2009). Young adults are…