Better Treatment of Aging Drug Users: Tool Box
The toolbox provides tools and guidance to develop, implement and improve services for aging drug users. These tools are aimed at social service providers, agencies that train professionals, policy-makers and higher education institution
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People who inject drugs Injecting drug use Discrimination Stigma Health Wellbeing
Frequent experience of discrimination among people who inject drugs: Links with health and wellbeing
Previous research has shown that people who inject drugs (PWID) experience discrimination on a regular basis. This study explores the relationships between discrimination against PWID and health and wellbeing.
BeTrAD: Better Treatment of Aging Drug Users: National Report Netherlands
This report contributes towards a better understanding of the needs of the aging druguser population and to provide those professionals involved in their care with spefic information and tools with which toimprove the existing services or stimulante new one.
Novel health systems service design checklist to improve healthcare access for marginalised, underserved communities in Europe
Marginalised communities such as homeless people, people who use drugs (PWUD), lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people (LGBTI), prisoners, sex workers and undocumented migrants are at high risk of poor health and yet face substantial barriers in accessing health and support services. The Nobody Left Outside (NLO) Service Design Checklist aims to promote a collaborative, evidence-based approach to service design and monitoring based on equity, non-discrimination and community engagement.