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Public opinion about syringe exchange programmes in the USA: an analysis of national surveys

Public opinion about syringe exchange programmes in the USA: an analysis of national surveys

  1. Bajeda
    Despite scientific evidence demonstrating their effectiveness, syringe exchange programs (SEPs) have not been as widely embraced by policy-makers in the USA as in some other nations. One reason for this disjunction between science and policy may be the effect of public opinion. Question wording of opinion polls appeared to strongly influence support for SEPs.