The ethics of reimbursing injecting drug users for public health research interviews: what price are we prepared to pay?
Ritter, A.J.; Fry, C.L.; Swan, A.
''As long as it doesn't spill over into class'': harms arising from students' alcohol use, and the role of policy in reducing them
Snow, P.; Wallace, S.; Staiger, P.; Stolz-Grobusch, B.
'Crystal meth' use among polydrug users in Sydney's dance party subculture: characteristics, use patterns and associated harms
Degenhardt, L.; Topp, L.
Modelling emerging HIV epidemics: the role of injecting drug use and sexual transmission in the Russian Federation, China and India
Grassly, N.C.; Lowndes, C.M.; Rhodes, T.; Judd, A.; Renton, A.; Garnett, G.P.
Conditions for widespread heterosexual spread of HIV in the Russian Federation: implications for research, monitoring and prevention
Lowndes, C.M.; Renton, A.; Alary, M.; Rhodes, T.; Garnett, G.; Stimson, G.
Potential impact of HIV among IDUs on heterosexual transmission in Asian settings: scenarios from the Asian Epidemic Model
Saidel, T.J.; Des Jarlais, D.; Peerapatanapokin, W.; Dorabjee, J.; Singh, S.; Brown, T.
HIV among injecting drug users and spread to the general population: putting the cart before the horse
Archibald, C.P.; Reid, D.C.; Choudhri, Y.; Cule, S.M.
Sexual HIV transmission in the context of injection drug use: implications for interventions
HIV in IDUs: should we bother?
Model phobia: looking past the curves
Injecting drug use and the sexual transmission of HIV: simple model insights
Vickerman, P.; Watts, C.
The relationship between heterosexual and injecting drug use related HIV epidemics
Dehne, K.L.; Walker, N.
Can HIV epidemics among IDUs 'trigger' a generalised epidemic?
Wiessing, L.; Kretzschmar, M.
Responses to a special issue
Moore, D.; Rhodes, T.; Stimson, G.
Put down that shield and war rattle: Response to Philippe Bourgois
Reversing the hierarchy: rethinking multidisciplinarity in drug research
With both eyes open: notes on a disciplinary dialogue between ethnographic and epidemiological research among injection drug users
IJDP commentary: qualitative research and harm reduction
The bitter sweet poison of ethnographic research
Drug research: ethnographies or qualitative works
The relationship of ethnography to illicit drug surveillance
Drink, drugs and dependence: from science to clinical practice - Edited by Woody Caan, Jackie de Belleroche, Routledge, London, 2002. 303 pp. ISBN 0-415-27901-1
What's wrong with addiction - Edited by Helen Keane, New York University Press, New York, 2002. 286 pp. ISBN: 0-8147-4764-7