Methamphetamine use in Melbourne, Australia: baseline characteristics of a prospective methamphetamine-using cohort and correlates of methamphetamine dependence

@inproceedings{Quinn2013MethamphetamineUI,
  title={Methamphetamine use in Melbourne, Australia: baseline characteristics of a prospective methamphetamine-using cohort and correlates of methamphetamine dependence},
  author={Brendan J. Quinn and Mark Stoov{\'e} and Cerissa Papanastasiou and Paul E. Dietze},
  year={2013}
}
Methamphetamine use is associated with numerous harms and consequently represents a significant impact on Australia’s treatment and health service sectors. This article presents baseline findings from the first cohort study of regular methamphetamine users conducted in Melbourne, describing associations between participant characteristics and behaviours and methamphetamine dependence. A total of 255 Melbourne-based, regular methamphetamine users were recruited during 2010 and administered a… CONTINUE READING

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