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Afternoons with Max Marshall

A short movie AIVL produced to tackle the subject of stigma in the workplace.
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Missing Connections

Service user experiences of people living with hepatitis C exiting custodial settings.
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Hidden Harms

Focuses on meth use and routes of transmission of blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections.
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Methamphetamine use and Blood Borne Virus/Sexually Transmissible Infection (BBV/STI)

This resource provides key information on methamphetamine use in relation to BBVs and STIs.
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A Hidden Population

Aims to build capacity within aged care providers to respond to the unique needs of older people.
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A framework for peer education by drug-user organisations

The AIVL Peer Education Framework is a starting point for understanding our approach to peer education.
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No one likes using the dirties – A study into the re-use of injecting equipment in Australia

Contains the findings of a peer-based qualitative research study into the re-use of injecting equipment.
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Lyrica (pregabalin) and mental health

Be aware of some of the harms associated with using Lyrica with other drugs.
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Hepatitis C & Prison

‘Hepatitis C and prison’ contains all you need to know now that hep C treatment is available in prisons.
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New buprenorphine (Bupe) depot products

All you need to know about new buprenorphine (Bupe) products – what they are and what’s available.
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Vein Care Guide

The Vein Care Guide helps people make informed decisions and reduce the risks of drug-related harms.
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Introduction to AIVL and its member organisations

Find out about AIVL’s member organisations around Australia and what they do.
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Codeine factsheet

From 1 February 2018, medicines containing codeine will no longer be available without a prescription.
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Hepatitis C Peer Education Training Module

AIVL has developed a training module to provide education to people living with or at risk of hepatitis C.
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HEP C & YOU

‘Hep C & You’ is a users’ guide to the latest information on treatment, testing and more.
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Peer Workforce Capacity Building Training Framework

Peer processes among injecting drug users – Indicators of best practice in peer based and mainstream organisations.
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A Normal Day Stigma and Discrimination Training Module

Designed to enhance understanding between people who use drugs and healthcare professionals.
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The Being Real Project

‘Being real’ provides a framework for drug user organisations to work with Aboriginal people who use drugs.
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Injecting Involves Blood – Be ‘Blood Aware’

Find out where to obtain information on blood borne viruses and how to inject safely.
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Needle and Syringe Programs in Australia: Peer-led Best Practice (the Guide)

‘The Guide’ details the needs of people who inject drugs and practice considerations for service providers.
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Liver First

This resource offers information to help people minimise risks and make safer choices regarding their liver.
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A needs analysis for people living with HCV after leaving custodial settings in Australia

Details the needs of People Living with hepatitis C as they are discharged from custody.
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National statement on ethical issues for research involving injecting/illicit drug users

This National Statement is aimed at developing and establishing a set of national ethical standards.