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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: DRUG ABUSE
2014 Monitoring alcohol, tobacco and drug abuse treatment admissions in South Africa: July-December 2013: Phase 35: SACENDU report back meetings
This report contains detailed data from specialist substance abuse treatment centres in six sites that now comprise the South African Commun...
2013 The severity of violence against women by intimate partners and associations with perpetrator alcohol and drug use in the Vhembe district, South Africa
Substance use is cited as a major contributing factor to intimate partner violence in South Africa. The aim of the study was to assess the a...
An alcohol and other drug (AOD) surveillance system shows a significant increase in the number of young black people seeking treatment for s...Download this report