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Reports: April

Smoking, employability, and wages (PDF)

In 2018, smoking killed almost 100,000 people across the UK. But the costs of smoking don’t stop there. Smoking also has a destructive impact on both individuals and the economy – depriving smokers of work, driving down their wages and costing the UK economy billions in lost productivity. To measure the impact of smoking on employment, earnings and productivity, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) commissioned Landman Economics to analyse Understanding Society, a UK longitudinal dataset | ASH, UK

Nonfatal Drug Overdoses Treated in Emergency Departments — United States, 2016–2017

From 2016 to 2017, the nonfatal overdose ED visits rates for all drugs, all opioids, nonheroin opioids, heroin, and cocaine increased significantly, whereas those for benzodiazepines decreased significantly | CDC, USA

International standards for the treatment of drug use disorders (PDF)

This document is the work of UNODC and WHO to support Member States in their efforts to develop and expand effective, evidence-based and ethical treatment for drug use disorders. The Standards are intended for all those involved in the policy development, planning, funding, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of treatment services and interventions for drug use disorders. This document is based on currently available scientific evidence on treatment for drug use disorders and sets out a framework for the implementation of the Standards, in line with principles of public health care | UNODC and WHO, Austria and Switzerland

Britain’s drinking habits are changing under lockdown

With Britain’s pubs, bars and restaurants shut down, the nation’s drinking patterns have changed as a result, with almost a quarter of the population (24%) buying alcohol online in the past two weeks, and with more planning to in the coming weeks, new research shows | CGA, UK

Clinical guide for the management of people with alcohol dependence during the coronavirus pandemic (PDF)

As clinicians, we all have general responsibilities in relation to coronavirus and we should seek and act on national and local guidelines. We also have a specific responsibility to ensure that essential care continues with the minimum burden on the NHS. We must engage with those planning our local response | NHS, UK