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Report on needle exchange programs and deregulation of needles and syringes

New York (State). AIDS Advisory Council.

Report on needle exchange programs and deregulation of needles and syringes

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Published by The Council in [Albany, N.Y.? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Needle exchange programs -- New York (State),
    • Intravenous drug abuse -- Health aspects -- New York (State),
    • AIDS (Disease) -- New York (State) -- Prevention.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNeedle exchange programs and deregulation of needles and syringes
      Statementthe New York State AIDS Advisory Council.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA644.A25 N489 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL760625M
      LC Control Number97157424
      OCLC/WorldCa36702614

      "Access to sterile syringes through syringe exchange programs (SEPs) has been associated with decreased rates of needle sharing, decreased prevalence and incidence of blood borne infections such as HIV and hepatitis B and C, and increased rates of entry into drug treatment a Syringe access is regulated by state law. He supported the launch of needle exchange programs in Philadelphia in the s to reduce the spread of HIV among drug users. When he signed the . The title, Strategic Business Plan, will be used in this book to highlight strategic, which emphasizes the long-term focus of the plan, and business, which defines the pragmatic, action-oriented part of the plan that is all-inclusive, detailed, and suggests that every function contributes to the financial health and competitive vitality of the. Full text of "Legislation introduced, including all off-calendar items " See other formats.


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Report on needle exchange programs and deregulation of needles and syringes by New York (State). AIDS Advisory Council. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Expanded syringe access demonstration program in New York State: An intervention to prevent HIV/AIDS transmission Report on Needle Exchange Programs and Deregulation of Needles and Syringes. Linas BP, Factor SH, Vlahov D.

New York City pharmacists' attitudes toward sale of needles/syringes to injection drug users before implementation Cited by: The book includes current knowledge about the epidemiologies of HIV/AIDS and injection drug use; characteristics of needle exchange and bleach distribution programs and views on those programs from diverse community groups; and a discussion of laws designed to control possession of needles, their impact on needle sharing among injection drug.

Report on Needle Exchange Programs and Deregulation of Needles and Syringes. Albany, NY: The New York State AIDS Advisory Council; Albany, NY: The New York State AIDS Advisory Council; Google ScholarCited by: that include needle and syringe exchange.

These are defined as interventions that combine needle and syringe exchange with any one or more of the following services: outreach, health education in risk reduction, condom distribution, bleach distribution coupled with education on needle disinfection, and referrals to substance abuse treatment and other health and social.

Syringe distribution policies affect how easy or difficult it will be for IDUs to access sterile syringes. As awareness of this public health issue has increased, many states have amended their laws to remove barriers to access.

This is a longitudinal dataset, capturing changes in syringe distribution laws from July 1, to July 1, 1 Syringe exchange and needle exchange programs are the same type of program; the terms are used interchangeably throughout the text.

2 For confidentiality reasons, reporting on Author: Barbara Tempalski. Expanded syringe access demonstration program in New York State: An intervention to prevent HIV/AIDS transmission Report on Needle Exchange Programs and Deregulation of Needles and Syringes. Linas BP, Factor SH, Vlahov D. New York City pharmacists' attitudes toward sale of needles/syringes to injection drug users before implementation.

Approval of Syringe Exchange Programs in California: Results From a Local Approach to HIV Prevention Article in American Journal of Public Health. Data sources. Data were collected using PubMed and PsycINFO through July Search terms used were pharmacist or pharmacy and syringe or syringe exchange or needle or needle journals (Journal of Urban Health and Journal of the American Pharmacists Association) with a high number of hits were manually nce sections for each Cited by: Synopsis: The Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP), which allows over-the-counter sale of syringes by registered pharmacies in New York State, has demonstrated that pharmacy-based syringe access is a viable and important method for combating the spread of blood-borne diseases.

Managing pharmacists at ESAP-registered pharmacies responding to mailed Cited by:   SACRAMENTO / Schwarzenegger OKs increased needle sales for the deregulation of needles in California argue that the scarcity of clean needles contributes to the high rate of HIV/AIDS and.

The AIDS Committee followed the policy’s adoption with an informational report entitled Deregulation of Hypodermic Needles and Syringes as a Public Health Measure: A Report on Emerging Policy and Law in the United States (). In February the House of Delegates adopted a Committee-sponsored policy of much broader scope.

Burris, Scott. Deregulation of Hypodermic Needles and Syringes as a Public Health Measure. A Report on Emerging Policy and Law in the United States. American Bar Association 4. Oregon Revised Statutes (3) & 5.

Case P, Beckett GA, Jones TS. Access to sterile syringes in Maine: Pharmacy practice after the Pence had long been a vocal opponent of needle exchange programs, which allow drug users to trade in used syringes for sterile ones in order to stop the spread of diseases, despite solid scientific evidence that such programs prevent the spread of AIDS, Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV), and do not increase drug nant: Sue Ellspermann, Eric Holcomb.

California Senate Bill 41 (SB41), effective Januaryis a human immunodeficiency virus/hepatitis C virus prevention measure designed to expand syringe access among injection drug users (IDUs) by allowing pharmacies to sell syringes without a prescription.

This study assesses self-reported implementation of SB41 and characterizes barriers Cited by: 4. All drug users can exchange used syringes at pharmacy counters across the country. They get a kit with clean needle syringes, a condom, rubbing alcohol and a written message motivating for AIDS prevention and addiction treatment.

From topharmacies delivered around three million syringes annually. The needle exchange effort begun earlier this year in Atlantic City was halted when a local prosecutor obtained a court injunction.

Roberts said the new legislation would grant participants in needle exchange programs an identification card that would advise police that the people have legal access to needles.

Harm Reduction Communication provides a forum for the exchange of practical, “hands on” harm reduction techniques and information; promotes open.

Although health professionals can try to convince IV drug users not to share syringes and to clean their needles with bleach, they often are legally prohibited from providing clean needles.

Research into the effect of needle-exchange programs on HIV transmission strongly suggests that providing clean IV needles for known drug addicts can Cited by: 9.

W hen the drugs came, they hit all at once. It was the 80s, and by the time one in 10 people had slipped into the depths of heroin use.

The Needle II: Federal Lawsuits in New York City and Connecticut Challenge Police Harassment of Needle Exchange Programs; The Needle III: In California, Ventura County Wants Needle Exchange, San Diego Throws Up a Roadblock; DOT Issues New Drug Testing Rules, Million Workers Get a Little More Protection; At the Movies: The Buzz on "Traffic".

One study in looked at 81 European cities with and without needle exchange programmes. Seroprevalence (measured from the presence of HIV within blood taken from used syringes) increased % annually in cities without clean needle distribution, and decreased % in cities with needle exchange.

S.M., & Garfein, R.S. The Influence of Needle Exchange Programs on Injection risk Behaviors and Infection with Hepatitis C Virus among Young Injection Drug Users in Select Cities in th e United States.

Prev Med, 49(1), Mayor Webb had previously been an opponent of needle exchange programs, and his reversal sparked a prolonged debate in the Denver press, capped. Harm reduction is a set of practical strategies and ideas aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with drug use.

Harm Reduction is also a movement for social justice built on a belief in, and respect for, the rights of people who use drugs. Harm reduction incorporates a spectrum of strategies from safer use, to managed.

Syringe exchange programs are critical to ending the spread of HIV, and to eliminating hepatitis C. The simple distribution of sterile hypodermic needles and syringes has been found to dramatically reduce the rates of bacterial infections of the.

Pence had long been a vocal opponent of needle exchange programs, which allow drug users to trade in used syringes for sterile ones in order to stop the spread of diseases, despite solid scientific evidence that such programs prevent the spread of AIDS, Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV), and do not increase drug abuse.

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About. Staff; Board Members; In The Media; Media Guide; Annual Report; Annual Report. programs for community-based provision of sterile syringes and injection equipment, vaccination, and testing are noted as important linkages to OUD treatment (Carroll et al., a). An additional strategy is the recognition and response to missed opportunities for MOUD in.

The Great Recession of was a direct result of Republican-sponsored deregulation. The Glass-Steagall Act (both Democrats) was enacted in during the Great Depression. All drug users can exchange used syringes at pharmacy counters across the country. They get a kit with clean needle syringes, a condom, rubbing alcohol and a written message motivating for AIDS prevention and addiction treatment.

From topharmacies delivered around 3 million syringes annually. Lurie, P., Gorsky, R., Jones, S., & Shomphe, L. An economic analysis of needle exchange and pharmacy-based programs to increase sterile syringe availability for injection drug users.

Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retrovirology, 18(suppl. 1), S–S PubMed Google ScholarCited by: 1.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Pence had long been a vocal opponent of needle exchange programs, which allow drug users to trade in used syringes for sterile ones in order to stop the spread of diseases, despite solid scientific evidence that such programs prevent the spread of AIDS, Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV), and do not increase drug abuse.

In Marchwell. factors and needle sharing within the last one year. Among the participants, 95 percent were male, 5 percent female, and the median age was 20 years. Most were heroin injectors (60 percent).

Among the heroin injectors 40 percent shared needles. Prior to baseline of 2 months, 20 percent had >2 sexFile Size: 1MB. Sales of Hypodermic Needles and Syringes Permits a pharmacist to sell hypodermic needles and syringes without a prescription.

Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) Regulation Deletes 4 Pa. Code Chapter in its entirety consistent with its abrogation by Act of Home Care Agencies and Home Care. § Distribution of hypodermic needles or syringes, gelatin capsules, quinine or any of its salts. § Conditions to dispensing device, item, or substance; records.

§ Storage, usage, and disposition of controlled paraphernalia. § Obtaining controlled paraphernalia by fraud, etc. § The hub of a gauge needle is held in a pencil-grip fashion, and the needle is gently inserted into the nodule and then moved in and out for 5 to 10 seconds (Fig.

4). Aspirate flows into the needle through capillary action, and as soon as aspirate appears in the hub, the needle is withdrawn and attached to a syringe with air inside. All Seattle Public Library restrooms will and an oversized CD case stuffed with needles and empty baggies that had been tossed in the book drop.

In one case, an uncapped needle was found lying on the floor in the teen area of the library; in another, a library staffer discovered two needles in the restroom while cleaning up piles of trash.