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How do people who use drugs receiving Opioid Medication Therapy perceive their treatment ? A multicentre study

by Morgane Guillou Landreat, Antoine Dany, Gaelle Challet Bouju, Edouard-Jules Laforgue, J. Cholet, Juliette Leboucher, Jean Benoit Hardouin, the OPAL Group, Caroline Victorri Vigneau & Marie Grall Bronnec

The resurgence of heroin use and the misuse of pharmaceutical opioids are some of the reasons for a worldwide increase in opioid dependence. Opioid Medication Therapies (OMT) have amply demonstrated their efficacy. From a medical point of view, the main objectives of OMT concern medical and social outcomes, centred on risk reduction and the cessation of opioid use. But patient points of view can differ and few studies have explored opioid-dependent patient viewpoints on their OMT. This variable seems important to consider in a patient-centred approach. The aim of our study was to explore points of view of people who use drugs (PWUD) treated with OMT, in a large multicentre sample.

  • Global
  • Harm reduction
  • Injecting drug users (IDUs)
  • People who use drugs (PUD)

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