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The geography of 'deaths of despair' in England & Wales.

Age-standardised rates of deaths from alcohol, drug misuse and suicide (on the same colour scale) by Local Authority for the latest available year.


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BBC News - Addiction: The faces of people fighting to break free and those helping

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What impact does opioid agonist treatment have on mortality at a population level?NIHR HPRU in Behavioural Science and Evaluation at the University of Bristol blog

Drugs Policy Committee
Coverage of the Home Affairs select committee session on drugs and drugs policy with evidence from the British Transport Police, the National Police Chief's Council and the National Crime Agency, Wednesday 29 June. BBC Parliament

#Cannabis use and #bipolar disorder. Attenuating associations. Signals of trajectories. And some enormous longitudinal datasets that are still not big enough. Interview with Alexander Denissoff here: