Advancing patient-centered care for structurally vulnerable drug-using populations: a qualitative study of the perspectives of people who use drugs regarding the potential integration of harm reduction interventions into hospitals.

@article{McNeil2016AdvancingPC,
  title={Advancing patient-centered care for structurally vulnerable drug-using populations: a qualitative study of the perspectives of people who use drugs regarding the potential integration of harm reduction interventions into hospitals.},
  author={Ryan McNeil and Thomas Kerr and Bernie Pauly and Evan Wood and Will Small},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2016},
  volume={111 4},
  pages={
          685-94
        }
}
AIMS To explore the perspectives of structurally vulnerable people who use drugs (PWUD) regarding: (1) the potential integration of harm reduction interventions (e.g. supervised drug consumption services, opioid-assisted treatment) into hospitals; and (2) the implications of these interventions for patient-centered care, hospital outcomes and drug-related risks and harms. DESIGN Semi-structured qualitative interviews. SETTING Vancouver, Canada. PARTICIPANTS Thirty structurally vulnerable… CONTINUE READING
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