Drug Research Network for Scotland, a Digital Lifelines partner, has gathered the experiences and views of people who use drugs and those who support them about their use of digital technology, the challenges and barriers they face, and the support they would like. This slide deck provides a summary of their research (January 2022). Click here to view the slide deck. Want to read the full report? Get in touch with email@example.com
This report summarises the existing technologies developed for preventing drug overdose deaths. The report focuses on mapping detection alert and responder technologies. Drug Research Network Scotland, University of St Andrews, University of Stirling (2022). Click here to view the report.
'How have digital technologies been used to support people who use drugs or their families and carers?’
‘What technology will work for whom and in what circumstances?’
‘What evidence supports the application of digital technologies to reduce harm to people who use drugs?’
Digital Lifelines Scotland partners the Drug Research Network for Scotland asked these and other questions through a review of international academic literature. Their findings are summarised in this slide deck. (May 2022)
This is a final summary report on the ODART programme focussing on impact and subsequent initiatives. A previous report covered the review of devices and technologies available. This is available on the ODART website. Click here to view the report
The aim of the Early Adopter 1 phase was to take learning from the experience of the organisations to influence the longer-term Digital Lifelines programme. This report covers our learnings from the programme. Click here to view the report.