> UKHRA supporters
are a list of links visitors to the ukhra website have sent in as being
useful sources of information. If there are other sites you think we should
be linking to here, please click
here and send
us an email.
on Hepatitis C
(Addicts Are People Too)
AIDS Treatments, Symptoms, and Testing Information.
AIDSmeds.com offers complete and easy-to-read information on treating
HIV & AIDS, including guided treatment lessons, info on AIDS treatments,
symptoms, and testing information, recent news, community forums, and
Harm Reduction Network
Drug Information Network
is a non profit, non government organisation, set up in 1986, to provide
services to people concerned with the health and social impact of illicit
The Daily Dose - drug
news stories, updated daily.
health and safety within the rave and nightclub community.
drug users union
(Walsall User Group)
is a web portal for drug and alcohol practitioners and those in the wider
health, social care and criminal justice sector who deal with drug and
alcohol issues in their work.
Cities on Drug Policy
- Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals
The professional association of practitioners working in the substance
HAMS Harm Reduction Network
site giving details of the huge problems caused by General Medical Council
action against private doctors.
Harm Reduction Association
Flemen (freelance drug trainer)
Monkey is a
coalition of professionals, users and ex-users from the Greater Manchester
area of the United Kingdom. We are a not-for-profit organisation dedicated
to furthering and defending the interests of heavy end drug users, former
users and carers in Greater Manchester and other areas in the North West
Drug Awareness Training for pre-hospital carers, paramedics and ambulance staff.
The National Needle Exchange Forum
Internet resources in health and medicine
Substance Misuse Management in General Practice (SMMGP) is a support network
for GPs and other members of the primary health care team who work with
Science Information Gateway
Information Gateway: a good place to start any search on public policy,
policing, social policy, law etc.
involvement: there are a number of documents and websites on the net giving
information on developing user involvement, Neil Hunt posted a collection
of them to the UKHRA discussion list, and we have duplicated them here
on the website. To see the list, click
We are grateful to the following organisations for their support:
Open Society Institute for start up funding,
International Harm Reduction Association for ongoing administrative support,
Frontier Medical for start up website sponsorship, and
Exchange Supplies for ongoing website design and maintenance.