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Peer-Delivered Syringe Exchange: Findings and Recommendations

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emily winkelstein

on 20 July 2011

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Transcript of Peer-Delivered Syringe Exchange: Findings and Recommendations

Low threshold
- and -
Higher threshold 1. Revise policies
2. Challenge stigma
3. Targeted Recruitment
4. Professional development and training
5. Drug use management needs
6. Systems to improve coordination
7. Improve data collection technology
8. Expand disposal options
9. Formal ID
10. Expand PDSE into other venues EXISTING MODEL Findings & Recommendations Peer-Delivered
Syringe Exchange PDSE
Conference Lit
Review Individual
Interviews SEP
Survey PDSE Variations in NYC 1 2 3 PDSE Via Social Networks PDSE via Stationary Outreach Sites PDSE via
Delivery Service Strengths Expanded access
Distribution model
Linkages to services
Unique program reach
Personal reward Challenges Reaching more IDUs or the same IDUs differently?
Poor coordination and data tracking across programs
Safety and security
Lack of worker integration into the SEP Focus
Group Agency priority

Professional development
& training

Compensation Recommendations PDSE can change the
syringe access landscape! EXPANDED MODEL 2 Tiers! PDSE: launched as a pilot in 2007, trains and authorizes
SEP clients to conduct syringe exchange with members
of their social networks and other contacts. Methods
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