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

Project Member(s): Roux, C.

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

Start year: 2020

Publications:

Nielsen, S, Barratt, M, Hiley, S, Bartlett, M, Latimer, J, Jauncey, M, Roux, C, Morelato, M, Clark, N, Kowalski, M, Gilbert, M, Francia, L, Shipton, A, Gerostamoulos, D, Glowacki, L & Lam, T 2023, 'Monitoring for fentanyl within Australian supervised injecting facilities: Findings from feasibility testing of novel methods and collaborative workshops', International Journal of Drug Policy, vol. 115, pp. 104015-104015.
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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 2021, 'LIMITED EVIDENCE VIA URINALYSIS OF UNINTENTIONAL FENTANYL USE AMONG PEOPLE WHO REGULARLY INJECT OPIOIDS IN SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE', WILEY, pp. S93-S93.

FOR Codes: Forensic chemistry, Health