Treatment, prevention and harm reduction interventions for different forms of ATS use

Correlation- European Harm Reduction Network (2021)

Rafaela Rigoni - C-EHRN , Nienke Libregts - University of Amsterdam , Katrin Schiffer - C-EHRN

This policy brief aims at contributing to the reduction of the harms of ATS use by describing different trajectories of ATS use and offering a set of evidence-based interventions for different groups of ATS users. The different ATS trajectories are based on qualitative findings of large multinational research, the ATTUNE study, conducted between February and August 2017 in five European countries – the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. The evidence-based interventions recommended in this brief are based on a literature review. In this document, both ATS trajectories and interventions from previous studies/programmes are combined to propose tailor-made recommendations for people who use ATS and those providing services to them.

Treatment, prevention and harm reduction interventions for different forms of ATS use

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