Injecting Advice

Sharing Workshop

Written by Nigel Brunsdon on . Posted in .

This presentation was delivered to the National Conference on Injecting Drug Use (and later to the Irish Drugs Conference), the focus is why injectors may often ‘choose’ to share even knowing that this is a risk factor for BBVs.

Video by: Nigel Brunsdon

Nigel Brunsdon is the owner of Injecting Advice. He’s been working in harm reduction since the 1990’s, previously a frontline needle programme worker he now splits his time between photography and developing online resources for drugs workers and users.

Nigel Brunsdon

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