Danish literature

Legislation regulating drug consumption rooms

ATTENTION: Current transfer of the bibliography on the basis Zotero

Stofindtagelsesrum og Skadesreduktion, STOF nr 27, 2016 - nr 28, 2017.

Elizabeth N Kinnar, Chanelle J Howe, Thomas Kerr and al., Self-reported changes in drug use behaviors and syringe disposal methods following the opening of a supervised injecting facility in Copenhagen, Denmark, Harm Reduction Journal, 2014; 11: 29.

In Denmark, the first standalone supervised injecting facility (SIF) opened in Copenhagen’s Vesterbro neighborhood on October 1, 2012. The purpose of this study was to assess whether use of services provided by the recently opened SIF was associated with changes in injecting behavior and syringe disposal practices among people who inject drugs (PWID). We hypothesized that risk behaviors (e.g., syringe sharing), and unsafe syringe disposal (e.g., dropping used equipment on the ground) had decreased among PWID utilizing the SIF.

Pauline Hagensen, Ivan Christensen og Rasmus Koberg Christiansen, Stofindtagelsesrummets første tre måneder. 2. oktober-31. december 2012, April 2013.

Ola Hoff-Lund, Steen Andersen og Mickael Lodberg Olsen, Fixerummet der fix hjule- En histoire om vaerdighed, 2012.

Anna Axelsson, Frank Hvam, Maria Bonde and al., De første danske erfaringer med det mobile stofindtagelsesrum in Ugeskrift for Læger, 27. august 2012.

Foreningen Fixerum, Det Mobile Fixerum : Baggrund + Status, december 2011.

Emil Kiørboe, Freja Skov Christensen, Marie Budtz Andersen og Nanna W. Gotfredsen, Stofindtagelsesrum i et retligt perspektiv. Juridisk responsum udarbejdet af Gadejuristen, The Danish Street Lawyers, September 2011.

Summary of the legal paper “Safer Injecting Facilities in a legal perspective”, The Danish Street Lawyers, Gadejuristen, September 2011.