The Development Of Harm Reduction Policy In Canada
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December 16, 2015
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Determinants of harm and political responses to unsafe illicit drug use will be examined from a biological, psychological and social perspective. The methodological sequence includes 17 peer-reviewed journals that will be summarized and critiqued. Literature will be reviewed and deconstructed to conclude whether or not the majority of research papers reinforce dominant neo-liberalistic ideologies...
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Literature will be reviewed and deconstructed to conclude whether or not the majority of research papers reinforce dominant neo-liberalistic ideologies.
Despite governmental sanctions which prohibit illicit drug use, Canada has seen an increase in street drug use related harms (i.e. HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) transmission through needle sharing and drug overdoses) over the past two decades (Cruz et al, 2007)...
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