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Workshop: Understanding the impediments to uptake and diffusion of take-home Naloxone in Australia: findings from a large national qualitative study

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posted on 04.03.2021, 04:05 by Adrian Farrugia, Suzanne Fraser, Paul Dietze, Robyn Dwyer, Nyssa Ferguson, Joanne Neale
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Funding

This project was supported by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant (DP170101669) and conducted at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University and the National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University. The National Drug Research Institute is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvement Grants Fund. No pharmaceutical grants were received in the development of this study. JN is part-funded by the National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre for Mental Health at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and King's College London. JN is also supported by the Pilgrim Trust. Joanne Neale has received honoraria and research grants from pharmaceutical companies: Camurus AB and Mundipharma International Ltd. PMD has been appointed as an unpaid member of the Australian Mundipharma Advisory Board for an intranasal naloxone formulation. PMD has received investigator-driven funding from Gilead Sciences Inc. for work related to hepatitis C treatment and an untied educational grant from Indivior for work related to the introduction of buprenorphine/naloxone into Australia.

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Publication Date

04/03/2021

Proceedings

Drug and Alcohol Review

Publisher

Wiley-Blackwell

Place of publication

Hoboken, NJ

Volume

38

Issue

S1

Pagination

S21-S21

Name of conference

APSAD 2019 Conference

Location

Hobart

Starting Date

10/11/2019

Finshing Date

13/11/2019

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