Harm Reduction and Adaptations Among PWUD in Rural Oregon During COVID-19
Presents a study on harm reduction practices during the COVID-19 pandemic for people who use drugs (PWUDs) in rural Oregon. Bases findings on interviews with PWUDs in 5 rural counties. Breaks down data by gender, race, and drugs used. Discusses the effect of COVID-19 on syringe service programs in rural areas.
Andrew Seaman, Gillian Leichtling, Erin Stack, et al.
AIDS and Behavior, 25, 1331–1339
COVID-19 · HIV and AIDS · Illicit drug use · Prescription drug misuse · Public health · Statistics and data · Oregon