In the Eye of the Needle Diary of a Medically Supervised Injecting Centre review Ù 3



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    A very interesting book about the only Medically Supervised Injecting Centre in Australia then and nowIt is written in the diary format which documents the progress of the centre chronologically throughout the 30 months trial period Although there were uite a few editorial mistakes grammar typo etc it was easily understood There was a good balance between her personal struggle running the centre and the viewpoints from a public health perspectiveAll in all very informative if you want a good understanding of how such a centre operates and on the lives of injecting drug users Undoubtedly the politics of running such a facility is also extensively discussed As it is written by a health professional don't expect flowery writings It is of a diary plus scientific style of writing


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In the Eye of the Needle Diary of a Medically Supervised Injecting Centre

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