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EMCDDA: ‘Users’ voices’ — experiences & perceptions of controlling their drug consumption

See on Scoop.itDrugs, Society and Human Rights

A collection of narratives from substance users in Europe about their attempts to control or reduce their consumption. Entitled Users’ voices, the paper illustrates how qualitative research can provide glimpses into the experiences and perceptions of substance users that statistics alone cannot provide.

See on www.emcdda.europa.eu

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