Together with researchers at Sørlandet Hospital and the University of Agder, SERAF has contributed to a new article that sheds light on attendance at and dropout from substance abuse treatment.
In a recently published article, SERAF researchers have shown that people who themselves use drugs and report previous experience of having witnessed overdoses are also the ones who most frequently use naloxone nasal spray as a life-saving measure in overdose situations.
A SERAF researcher contributed to a recent article about community-based low-threshold interventions for cannabis use disorder in Norway.
Together with international colleagues, researchers at SERAF have contributed to a recently published article on take-home naloxone distribution during the Covid-19 pandemic.
People who use drugs are compliant with the governmental recommendations on how to avoid Covid-19 infection.
A new study in a collaboration with researchers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, investigates the use of opioids for pain with registers of filled prescriptions maintained in all five countries.
Professor Thomas Clausen has written a commentary in the journal Addiction on overdose prevention in light of the American opioid crisis.
In a new study SERAF researchers take a look at staff preferences for electronic data collection in the Norwegian take-home naloxone program.
A new article from SERAF and the Department of Forensic Sciences (Oslo University Hospital) shows that painkillers such as oxycodone, tramadol and codeine now dominate as a cause of fatal overdoses.