Substance Use/Abuse

Working in a Political Climate: Lessons from the Rave Issue

OHPE 271.1, August 9, 2002



I Introduction

II Agenda Setting

III Policy Formulation

IV Decision Making

V Policy Implementation

VI Policy Evaluation

VII Key Learnings



- written by Lawrence Murphy, MA (Counselling Psychology), Health Promotion Specialist in Substance Abuse Prevention with the Hamilton Social and Public Health Services Department and Jennifer Mitton RN BscN, Public Health Nurse with the Regional Niagara Public Health Department.



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Substance abuse and developments in harm reduction

Type of Resource: Book
Source: Canadian Medical Association Journal, 162, 12, 1697-1700. 2000
Author: Cheung, Y
 


Rave attendance stabilizes among Ontario students

Type of Resource: Book
Source: Population Studies eBulletin, March/April, 13, 1-3. 2002
Author: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
 


Raves: A review of the culture, the drugs and the prevention of harm

Type of Resource: Article
Source: Canadian Medical Association Journal, 162, 12, 1843-1847. 2000
Author: Weir, E
 


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