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Title: Supporting harm reduction through peer support (SHARPS): Testing the feasibility and acceptability of a peer-delivered, relational intervention for people with problem substance use who are homeless, via a mixed methods study
Author(s): Parkes, Tessa
Matheson, Catriona
Carver, Hannah
Foster, Rebecca
Budd, John
Liddell, Dave
Wallace, Jason
Pauly, Bernie
Fotopoulou, Maria
Burley, Adam
Anderson, Isobel
MacLennan, Graeme
Contact Email: repository.librarian@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: Harm reduction
substance related disorders
mental health
peer group
homeless persons
quality of life
feasibility studies
patient health questionnaire
outcome assessments
Citation: Parkes T, Matheson C, Carver H, Foster R, Budd J, Liddell D, Wallace J, Pauly B, Fotopoulou M, Burley A, Anderson I & MacLennan G (2020) Supporting harm reduction through peer support (SHARPS): Testing the feasibility and acceptability of a peer-delivered, relational intervention for people with problem substance use who are homeless, via a mixed methods study. Health Technology Assessment.
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Notes: Output Status: Forthcoming

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