Effects of education on harm-reduction programmes.

  title={Effects of education on harm-reduction programmes.},
  author={Shu-Yu Lyu and L Su and Yi-Ming Arthur Chen},
  volume={379 9814},
e28 www.thelancet.com Vol 379 February 4, 2012 Harm-reduction programmes are remarkably successful in controlling HIV in injecting drug users worldwide, but more eff ort is needed to prevent even more HIV infections in this group. Recent reviews of the evidence on HIV in injecting drug users focused on risk environment, individual behavioural approaches, and medical treatment and care. Still, little is known about evidence-based educational intervention eff ects of harm-reduction programmes for… CONTINUE READING
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