Asian Harm Reduction Network Launches Online Resource Collection 2/20/04

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The Asian Harm Reduction Network (AHRN) has announced the "AHRN Resource Centre," a comprehensive resource collection, compiled over the past five years, on drug use and HIV/AIDS in (and outside) Asia. This collection of titles -- 632 electronic and 754 printed -- is now available online at the AHRN Resources Database. New titles are announced monthly through the AHRN-LIST discussion group and quarterly via the AHRN Newsletter.

Titles are classified according to the categories Drugs; Drug Use/Injecting Drug Use; Harm Reduction; Hepatitis and Drug Use; Tuberculosis, Sexually-Transmitted Infections, and Other Diseases; and HIV/AIDS.

The AHRN Resource Centre can be accessed at http://www.ahrn.net -- free membership registration with AHRN required. Online titles can be downloaded in PDF format, which printed titles are available by contacting AHRN's Librarian or visiting the Resource Centre located at the AHRN Secretariat in Chiang Mai, Thailand. In the future, these titles will include AHRN's CD-ROM and video collection.

For inquiries and publications to add to the AHRN Resource Centre, please contact: Ms. Umaporn Petchlim, AHRN Clearinghouse Librarian, [email protected].

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