More pharmacists in high-risk neighborhoods of New York City support selling syringes to injection drug users.

@article{Coffin2002MorePI,
  title={More pharmacists in high-risk neighborhoods of New York City support selling syringes to injection drug users.},
  author={Phillip Oliver Coffin and Jennifer Ahern and Stacy L. Dorris and Lori A Stevenson and Crystal M. Fuller and David Vlahov},
  journal={Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association},
  year={2002},
  volume={42 6 Suppl 2},
  pages={S62-7}
}
OBJECTIVE To document changes in pharmacists' opinions and practices from the time of passage to implementation of a law permitting selling syringes without a prescription (the Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program [ESAP]). DESIGN Two cross-sectional randomized telephone surveys. SETTING High-risk neighborhoods of New York City. SUBJECTS Pharmacists. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Support for selling syringes without a prescription to injection drug users (IDUs). RESULTS We completed… CONTINUE READING