PWID

AcronymDefinition
PWIDPossession with Intent to Distribute (criminal narcotics charge)
PWIDPeople Who Inject Drugs
PWIDPublic Weather Internet Display (US NWS)
PWIDPacific Walrus International Database (USGS)
PWIDPerson with Intellectual Disability
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0%, our results would justify focusing HCV screening and services on key and vulnerable populations of MSM and PWID.
We identified patients with "injecting-related" infections as those with a relevant infection in the primary diagnostic field and "mental and behavioral disorders due to opioid use" (F11 *) in any other diagnostic field, because most PWID in the United Kingdom inject an opioid (9).
By examining patterns in these ties, and comparing them to what we might expect from random distributions of the same data, we uncover systematic clustering and between-group social boundaries that potentially influence disease spread among PWID.
Last July, about 40 media practitioners took part in a workshop on reporting on PWIDs sponsored by the Probe Media Foundation and Unilab Foundation as part of its 'Project Inclusion.
The number of new HIV infections among PWID declined by roughly 10 per cent between 2010 and 2013: from an estimated 110,000 to 98,000.
Nai Zindagi, the lead organization working for HIV prevention and harms reduction intervention among People who Inject drugs (PWID) organized a consultative meeting to showcase it ART Adherence Unit (AAU) providing rehabilitative ART adherence support to HIV positive PWID.
This criminalization of people who use drugs present significant barriers to accessing existing programs where these do exist, and exacerbate unsafe injecting practices and HIV transmission among PWID (54, 55).
Three studies (12%) examined PWID and people who smoke crack.
The Department of Health has alerted the NHS of the possibility of PWID presenting to emergency departments and walk-in clinics, with symptoms suggestive of anthrax.
The article by Hannah Wilson and Joanne Bryant looks at perceptions of risk for hepatitis C transmission among PWID in Western Australia.
Moreover, needle and syringe programs (NSPs) have helped increase safe injection practices to 70% among PWID in Iran, Lebanon, Morocco, and Tunisia.