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13 documents were found, according to the following criteria:
 
Topic: Drug abuse
 
The following list shows all these found documents. Please click on Details to see more information on each of them.
 
American International Health Alliance: Advancing global health through professional, volunteer, peer-to-peer partnership. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Information material, brochures, promotion material    
From Project:  American International Health Alliance (AIHA) Health Partnership
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Anonymous questionnaire # 2: Assessment of the syringes exchange point. - Urals State Medical Academy. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Questionnaires    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Do not risk yourself. - 5 copies. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Information material, brochures, promotion material    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Logframe on "Strengthening Health Care Management in Selected Priority Areas in Kaliningrad Region". Annex II. d, 2nd Progress Report. July 2002. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Action plans, strategic plans, schedules, logframes, programmes, policies    
From Project:  Improving Health in North West Russia: North West Health Replication Project
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: downloadable
Memorandum on understanding between Ministry of Health of Sverdlovsk region (Russia) and organisation “International Family Health” (Great Britain) and Medical School of London University (Great Britain). - 1999. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Terms of reference (ToR), contracts, agreements, requirements    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Modern approaches in HIV and drug addiction prevention in Sverdlovsk region: Methodical materials for administrations of municipal institutions. - Ekaterinburg, 2001. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Methodological materials, guidelines, manuals    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Modern approaches in HIV and drug addiction. Programme of harm reduction: Proceedings of the regional scientific practical conference, Yekaterinburg - London: London: Uralsky University, 2001. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Protocols, proceedings of conferences, workshop materials, minutes of meetings    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Organisation of the prevention work to prevent spreading of the infectious diseases to the injection drug users: Methodical recommendations. - Ekaterinburg, 2002. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Methodological materials, guidelines, manuals    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Preventing the HIV epidemic. A briefing paper for policy makers on the role of needle and syringe provision in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States of the former Soviet Union. - IHRD, 2000. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Concepts, proposals, discussion papers, recommendations   author contact available
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Prevention and rehabilitation in narcology. - 2002. -# 1. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Magazines, periodicals, newspaper articles, scientific articles    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Programme of decreasing risks of HIV/AIDS among intravenous drug addicts: Goals, objectives and results of the project. - Yekaterinburg: Tacis. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Reports    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Progress to Purpose Report: British-Russian project on HIV/AIDS prevention among intravenous drug addicts. - Sverdlovsk, Russian Federation, 2000. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Reports    
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable
Starting and managing needle and syringe programs: A guide for Central and Eastern Europe and the newly independent states of the former Soviet Union. - IHRD. Passport of the Document
Document type:  Methodological materials, guidelines, manuals   author contact available
From Project:  HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction Programme for Intravenous Drug Users
Availability:  In the Institute Library: lendable
From the Internet: not downloadable

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