- June 28, 2018
- Posted by: Chris McDonnell
- Category: ENEWS
Posted to ENEWS for Sophie Marcard on behalf of Penington Institute
Popular among some, chemsex parties can see a dozen or more participants smoke and inject drugs before partying hard, including intense sexual activity, often with multiple partners. What should frontline workers do?
Also in this edition:
- The nicotine conundrum – people who inject drugs who also smoke tobacco are more likely to die from a smoking-related disease than their primary drug use.
- NSP legend Felicity Sheaves from the Blue Mountains in NSW spills the beans.
- The (murky) world of wastewater testing for drugs.
- An exposé on the missing piece of the hepatitis C treatment puzzle.
- Tampons, swabs and cigarette filters: the risky business of improvised filters.
- Around Australia: hepatitis C and people who inject drugs, part 2.
- The overdose risk of using other drugs to manage ice comedown.
- Victorian Parliament’s Inquiry recommends a massive overhaul.
- ‘Fentanyl: what do you know?’ video link to a recent Penington Institute seminar.
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