International perspectives on the prescription of heroin to dependent users: A collection of papers from the United Kingdom, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Australia
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|Title:||International perspectives on the prescription of heroin to dependent users: A collection of papers from the United Kingdom, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Australia|
dependent heroin users
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University|
|Series/Report no.:||Feasibility Research into the Controlled Availability of Opioids Stage 2: Working Paper Number 14|
National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH) Working Paper: 52
Papers: Prescription Heroin as Treatment for Dependence - Current UK Situation (Philip M Fleming). Heroin and the “British System” (H B Spear). Koda-1 in Bern: Medical Aspects (Robert B Haemmig). Psycho-Social Assistance in one of the Swiss Heroin Trials (Urs Vontobel). Heroin Substitution Trials in Switzerland - Context, Preliminary Data and Findings from an Evaluation Perspective (Dieter Ladewig and Peter Kury). The Prescription of Heroin to Heroin Addicts: A Proposal for the Netherlands (Ferdinand Sturmans). Heroin Prescription - A Comparison of the English, Swiss, Dutch and Australian Situations (Gabriele Bammer).
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