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Research outputs: SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Each year, the number of deaths and disabilities due to road accidents escalates. Strangely, this is most marked in Africa, where ownership ...
2008 Screening and brief advice for risky substance users among charismatic and main stream churches in South Africa
The aim of the study was to investigate screening and brief advice for risky substance users among charismatic and main stream churches in S...
2007 Rapid appraisal of substance abuse and HIV awareness messages in poster communication to disadvantaged youth in South Africa
In this study the authors explore the responses of youth from selected disadvantaged urban communities in Gauteng province, South Africa, to...