Supervised Injection Sites - Injection Drug Use: A Bibliography

Rebecca Jesseman, Karen Palmer (2017)

The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) produces this document to provide a central reference resource for peer-reviewed and grey literature publications presenting or analyzing research on the operation and impact of supervised consumption sites that provide services for injection drug use. CCSA regularly monitors peer-reviewed and grey literature for relevant new publications on this topic and adds them to this document. References are provided in the language of the original article.
This bibliography was first published in May 2009 and has been updated on an annual basis since then. It is intended as a resource for those interested in gaining an overview of recent literature on the topic. It was generated using variations on the term “injection facilities,” as well as searches related to targeted Canadian and Australian locations (specifically, Vancouver’s InSite and Sydney’s Medically Supervised Injecting Centre). Additional sources were identified through referrals from researchers in the field and reviews of reference lists.
For the current edition of this bibliography, 40 references have been added, identified through searches with date limits from June 1, 2016, to August 31, 2017. Additional web-based scans and searches were conducted in early September 2017. Literature searches were conducted in PubMed, PsycNET, EBSCO (MEDLINE Complete, and Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection) and Google Scholar. Grey literature was identified through Google searches and targeted website scanning. Four key phrases were used to conduct the searches: “supervised injection,” “injection facilities,” “safe injection” and “drug consumption rooms.” The Appendix provides additional details about the search strategy.

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