Injection practices in the third world : a case study of Thailand / A. V. Reeler, C. Hematorn
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DAP research series ; no. 11
Gov't Doc #WHO/DAP/94.8. Unpublished
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Treatment and care for HIV-positive injecting drug users: Module 10 - Managing pain in HIV-injected injecting drug users World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia (2007)The "Treatment and Care for HIV-Positive Injecting Drug Users" training curriculum is designed for clinicians who provide treatment and care, including ART, for HIV-positive injecting drug users. The training curriculum consists of a trainer manual, 12 participant manuals, and a CD-ROM with PowerPoint presentations and reference articles. Topics covered in the curriculum include: Module 1: Drug use and HIV in Asia Module 2: Comprehensive services for injecting drug users Module 3: Initial patient assessment Module 4: Managing opioid dependence ...