Royal Society for Public Health, June 2017
This policy paper looks at how health harm related to drug use, particularly from stimulant ‘club drugs’ such as ecstasy, can be minimised in night clubs and music festivals. Drug safety testing pilots at two UK festivals in 2016 saw almost one in five users (18%) dispose of their drugs once aware of the content. The paper calls for the roll out of drug safety testing facilities as standard in the UK across all festivals, city centre nightlife areas in the UK and as a client service at drug treatment services.
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