Elaine Hyshka
Elaine Hyshka
Assistant Professor, School of Public Health, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Needle exchange and the HIV epidemic in Vancouver: lessons learned from 15 years of research
E Hyshka, S Strathdee, E Wood, T Kerr
International Journal of Drug Policy 23 (4), 261-270, 2012
672012
‘It's more about the heroin’: injection drug users' response to an overdose warning campaign in a Canadian setting
T Kerr, W Small, E Hyshka, L Maher, K Shannon
Addiction 108 (7), 1270-1276, 2013
402013
Prospects for scaling‐up supervised injection facilities in C anada: the role of evidence in legal and political decision‐making
E Hyshka, T Bubela, TC Wild
Addiction 108 (3), 468-476, 2013
392013
Turning failure into success: what does the case of Western Australia tell us about Canadian cannabis policy-making?
E Hyshka
Policy Studies 30 (5), 513-531, 2009
232009
Applying a social determinants of health perspective to early adolescent cannabis use–An overview
E Hyshka
Drugs: education, prevention and policy 20 (2), 110-119, 2013
192013
Consent and coercion in addiction treatment
TC Wild, J Wolfe, E Hyshka
Addiction Neuroethics, 153-174, 2012
172012
The saga continues: Canadian legislative attempts to reform cannabis law in the twenty-first century
E Hyshka
Canadian journal of criminology and criminal justice 51 (1), 73-91, 2009
172009
Four decades of cannabis criminals in Canada: 1970-2010
PG Erickson, E Hyshka
Amsterdam LF 2, 1, 2009
152009
Canadian harm reduction policies: a comparative content analysis of provincial and territorial documents, 2000–2015
TC Wild, B Pauly, L Belle-Isle, W Cavalieri, R Elliott, C Strike, K Tupper, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 45, 9-17, 2017
142017
Canada moving backwards on illegal drugs
E Hyshka, J Butler-McPhee, R Elliott, E Wood, T Kerr
Canadian Journal of Public Health 103 (2), 125-127, 2012
142012
Harm reduction in name, but not substance: a comparative analysis of current Canadian provincial and territorial policy frameworks
E Hyshka, J Anderson-Baron, K Karekezi, L Belle-Isle, R Elliott, B Pauly, ...
Harm reduction journal 14 (1), 50, 2017
122017
Implementing managed alcohol programs in hospital settings: A review of academic and grey literature
HL Brooks, S Kassam, G Salvalaggio, E Hyshka
Drug and alcohol review 37, S145-S155, 2018
72018
A common public health-oriented policy framework for cannabis, alcohol and tobacco in Canada?
M Kirst, K Kolar, M Chaiton, R Schwartz, B Emerson, E Hyshka, ...
Canadian Journal of Public Health 106 (8), e474-e476, 2015
72015
Punishing progress and expecting failure: Alberta families' experiences accessing social service systems
MJ Mayan, EJ Gray, S Lo, E Hyshka
Canadian Social Work Review/Revue canadienne de service social, 107-126, 2011
62011
Research realities in the social sciences: Negotiating fieldwork dilemmas
GS Szarycz
Cambria Press, 2010
52010
Hiding in plain sight: Trouble and triumph recruiting mainstream cannabis users in 4 Canadian cities
E Hyshka, S Clark, L Lambert, E Plante, A Walker, P Erickson, M Asbridge, ...
Research realities in the social sciences. Amherst, NY: Cambria, 185-207, 2010
52010
Principles, practice, and policy vacuums: policy actor views on provincial/territorial harm reduction policy in Canada
E Hyshka, J Anderson-Baron, A Pugh, L Belle-Isle, A Hathaway, B Pauly, ...
International Journal of Drug Policy 71, 142-149, 2019
32019
Early-stage cannabis regulatory policy planning across Canada’s four largest provinces: A descriptive overview
TM Watson, E Hyshka, S Bonato, S Rueda
Substance use & misuse 54 (10), 1691-1704, 2019
32019
The role of consumer perspectives in estimating population need for substance use services: a scoping review
E Hyshka, K Karekezi, B Tan, LG Slater, J Jahrig, TC Wild
BMC health services research 17 (1), 217, 2017
32017
Perceived unmet need and barriers to care amongst street‐involved people who use illicit drugs
E Hyshka, JT Anderson, TC Wild
Drug and alcohol review 36 (3), 295-304, 2017
32017
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