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A New Method for Measuring the Public Health Impact of Increased Access to Potential Reduced Exposure Products, Joseph Terza, Ph.D.
Housing First: Evaluation of Harm Reduction Housing for Chronic Public Inebriates, Mary Larimer, Ph.D.
Evaluation of Pharmacy-Based Drug Treatment Linkages through the New York State Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program (ESAP), Crystal Fuller, Ph.D.
A New Method for Measuring the Public Health Impact of Increased Access to Potential Reduced Exposure Products, Joseph Terza, Ph.D.
Determinants of Participation in an Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program: A Multilevel Analysis of Injection Drug Users, Pharmacies, and Community-level Factors, Crystal Fuller, Ph.D.
Medicinal Nicotine for Harm Reduction? Developing Effects and Assessing Policy, Lynn Kozlowski, Ph.D.
Tobacco Harm Reduction: Implications for Nicotine Addiction and Public Health, Kenneth Warner, Ph.D.
Impact of Deregulation of Syringes in New York State on the Number of Syringes Discarded on the Street & the Willingness of Pharmacists to Sell Syringes to Injection Drug Users, David Vlahov, Ph.D.
Harm Reduction in the Health Care System: Attitudinal and Legal Factors Influencing Greater Physician Involvement in Providing Care to and Preventing Injection-Related Disease among Injection Drug Users, Scott Burris, J.D.
A Legal Analysis of Prescribing and Dispensing Sterile Injection Equipment to Patients Who Use Illegal Drugs, Scott Burris, J.D.
Environmental and Policy Determinants: Harm Reduction, Youth Smoking, and Simulation Models using Data from the Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation, Andrew Hyland, Ph.D.
Barriers to the Adoption of Harm-Reducing Gender-Specific Substance Abuse and Parenting Programs for Incarcerated Women, Leslie Hays, M.A., M.F.C.C.
Cigarette Smoking Policies in Correctional Institutes: A Study of Bans and Restrictions on Smoking, Gregory Falkin, Ph.D.
The Role of the Police in Helping to Reduce Substance Abuse, Roger Mitchell, Ph.D.
 
   
 
 
     
   
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