KEY FINDINGS FROM IDRS 2015

October 28, 2015

KEY FINDINGS FROM IDRS 2015

The key findings from the Illicit Drug Reorting System (IDRS) 2015 have been released with a supplementary report on drug injection trends from the Australian Needle and Syringe Program Survey (ANSPS) 1995-2014. There were 888 participants interviewed for the IDRS and heroin remained the most commonly reported drug of choice for participants who inject drugs. The frequency of use of all forms of Methamphetamine remained stable though the use of crystal methamphetamine increased significantly and the use of powdered speed decreased significantly.

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