BMJ Learning module: Club Drugs

Extract from BMJ Learning

A proliferation of new and often unknown recreational drugs has entered the UK market. These so called “club drugs” or “legal highs” are wide ranging but fit broadly into five categories: amphetamine related, GHB, canabinoid substitutes, ketamine, and plant based substances.

In a new audio module, the background of the drugs is discussed, how they are being used, and the associated harms. Click on the link to listen today:

Club drugs and legal highs
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