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Understanding emerging opioid-related harms through improved surveillance, drug checking and information sharing systems

Project Member(s): Morelato, M., Roux, C.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Commonwealth Department of Health (National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs)
Commonwealth Department of Health (National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs)

Start year: 2020

Publications:

Lam, T, Barratt, MJ, Bartlett, M, Latimer, J, Jauncey, M, Hiley, S, Clark, N, Gerostamoulos, D, Glowacki, L, Roux, C, Morelato, M & Nielsen, S 2022, 'Infrequent detection of unintentional fentanyl use via urinalysis among people who regularly inject opioids in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia', Addiction, vol. 117, no. 8, pp. 2331-2337.
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Lam, T, Barratt, MJ, Bartlett, M, Latimer, J, Jauncey, M, Hiley, S, Clarke, N, Gerostamoulos, D, Glowacki, L, Roux, C, Morelato, M & Nielsen, S 1970, 'LIMITED EVIDENCE VIA URINALYSIS OF UNINTENTIONAL FENTANYL USE AMONG PEOPLE WHO REGULARLY INJECT OPIOIDS IN SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE', DRUG AND ALCOHOL REVIEW, WILEY, pp. S93-S93.

FOR Codes: Forensic chemistry, Health