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Research outputs: SUBSTANCE ABUSE
2006 Alcohol and risks for HIV/AIDS among sexually transmitted infection clinic patients in Cape Town, South Africa
2004 Rapid situational analysis of the perceptions and exposure of 10-18 year olds to substance abuse, and assessment of the suitability of current Ke Moja Drug Awareness Campaign awareness and advocacy messages for use in targeted disadvantaged areas in the Gauteng province
This study investigated the drinking motives, behaviour and problems among first-entering university students in South Africa. The most pre...
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...