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Archival Content: 1999-2005

HIV Prevention Among Drug Users:
A Resource Book for Community Planners & Program Managers


Blair JF, Hein KK. Public policy implications of HIV/AIDS in adolescents. The Future of Children 1994;4(3):73-93.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). HIV/AIDS surveillance report 1995;7(2).

Compton WM, Cottler LB, Decker SH, Magner D, Stringfellow R. Legal needle buying in St.Louis. American Journal of Public Health 1992;82(4):595-596.

Gay Men's Health Crisis. Harm reduction and steps towards change: a training source book. New York: Gay Men's Health Crisis; 1994.

Grund JP, Heckathorn DD, Broadhead RS, Anthony DL. In Eastern Connecticut, IDUs purchase syringes from pharmacies but don't carry syringes. Journal of AIDS and Human Retrovirology 1995;10(1):104-105.

Hammett T. 1992 update: HIV/AIDS in correctional facilities. As cited in: Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS). What are inmates' HIV prevention needs. 1995 August.

Johnson, Bassin and Shaw, Inc. (Silver Spring, MD). Epidemiologic trends in drug abuse, volume I: highlights and executive summary. Rockville (MD): National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research; 1995 June. NIH Publication No. 95-3990.

Johnson LD, O'Malley PM, Bachmen J (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI). National survey results on drug use from the monitoring the future study 1975-1994, volume 1, secondary school students. Rockville (MD): National Institute on Drug Abuse; 1995.

Legal Action Center. Manual on confidentiality of patient records for alcohol and other drug treatment programs for communication and collaboration between AOD and public health systems. Prepared for the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, PHS.

Lurie P, Reingold AL, Bowser B, Chen D, Foley J, Guydish J, Kahn JG, Lane S, Sorensen J, et al. (University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health; University of California, San Francisco, Institute for Health Policy Studies). The public health impact of needle exchange programs in the United States and abroad, volume 1. Berkeley (CA): The Regents of the University of California; 1993. Prepared for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Martinez, B (Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy). Letter to: ONDCP Bulletin No. 7: Needle exchange programs, are they effective? 1992 July.

National Commission on AIDS. The twin epidemics of substance use and HIV. Washington (DC): National Commission on AIDS; 1991 July.

National Institutes of Health (NIH). National Institutes of Health consensus development statement: interventions to prevent HIV risk behaviors. National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference: Interventions to Prevention HIV Risk Behaviors; 1997 Feb 11-13; Bethesda (MD): National Institutes of Health; 1997.

Normand J, Vlahov D, Moses LE, editors (National Research Council and Institute of Medicine). Preventing HIV transmission: the role of sterile needles and bleach.Link to non-CDC site Washington (DC): National Academy Press; 1995.

Rosenberg PS. Scope of the AIDS epidemic in the United States. Science 1994;270:1372-1375.

Thomas SB, Quinn SC. The burdens of race and history on Black Americans' attitudes toward needle exchange policy to prevent HIV disease. Journal of Public Health Policy 1993;14(3):320-347.

U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice. Update: HIV/AIDS and STDs in correctional facilities, 1994. Washington (DC): US Department of Justice; 1994.

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