Getting the Discussion Started with Methamphethamine Users: Essential Health Messages for Providers
Published Date: 08/2007
Author: Members of the AETC Substance Abuse: Stimulants Workgroup
Source: AETC National Resource Center; Mountain Plains AETC; New England AETC; Northwest AETC; Pacific AETC; Addiction Technology Transfer Centers and Public Health of Seattle and King County, WA
Getting the Discussion Started with Methamphethamine Users: Essential Health Messages for Providers PDF [237 KB]
Developed to assist providers to communicate more effectively with methamphetamine users. Includes special messages for injectors, women, gay/bisexual men.
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