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The aim of the Petrol sniffing prevention program (PSPP) was to develop and implement a data collection tool to gather information from communities on the prevalence and incidence of petrol sniffing, transference to other substances (licit and illicit) and information on changes in community behaviour.
The objectives of the project were to:
The project will provide information on the trends in petrol sniffing and the related health and social outcomes and inform the evidence base for future petrol sniffing prevention policy.
Abstract adapted from Menzies School of Health Research
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