December 2015

In this month's issue of DDN... What's in store? Continuing to deliver what has worked and overcoming the deficits will become increasingly challenging over the next...

November DDN 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘Talk of “harm reduction” is increasingly taboo – and completely absent from government communications.’ In the latest issue of DDN,...

DDN October 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… 'Why use a less desirable product when a preferable one is usually available?’ In the October DDN, Adam Winstock explores the...

DDN September 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘How is it that a drug with the potential to halve a patient’s risk of dying ends up killing...

DDN July/August 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… In this month's DDN, nutritionist Helen Sandwell looks at the risk of ‘pure, white and deadly’ sugar to people...

DDN June 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… 'It is worth spelling out that harm reduction reduces harm.' In this month's issue: Tracy Walker talks about reducing drug-related...

May 2015

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘Take drug and alcohol treatment seriously.’ In this month's issue: DDN canvasses opinion from the drug and alcohol sector on what...

April 2015 DDN

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘When someone is in need of help, there must be a full range of interventions available to them. It...

March 2015 DDN

In this month’s issue of DDN… ‘I’m not the only person in this room who’s been through challenges.’ Powerful presentations, inspiring personal stories and determined user...

February 2015 DDN

In this month’s issue of DDN… Welcome to the ‘new look’ DDN! In this month’s issue, we look at why technology may offer more people the...