Druglink article 1994 – You say ‘sharing’, I say… by Neil Hunt, Howard Shelley and Keith Jones

Research in Maidstone has revealed that drug users have different definitions of ‘sharing’. Practices that could spread HIV may not be seen as posing a risk. This impedes agencies’ and clients’ risk-assessment and harm reduction efforts. Beliefs about HIV and its transmission are often inaccurate. Health education campaigns should improve drug users’ knowledge of HIV transmission as well as warn against specific risky practices.

You say ‘sharing’, I say… (PDF)