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Research outputs: DRUG USE
The current study examined the use of methamphetamine (Meth) in relation to HIV risks in a South African community sample. Design and settin...
2005 Test-retest reliability of self-reported adolescent addictive and other risk behaviours in Tanzania, South Africa and Zimbabwe
The aim was to ascertain the test-retest reliability of a wide range of addictive and other adolescent risk behaviours using questionnaires ...
2001 The drug-crime nexus in South Africa: the HSRC SA-ADAM national survey: results at a police station level in South Africa. Part 3
This article will focus on some of the results that were obtained when data was extrapolated from sampled to all non-sampled police stations...