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In-text: (Dasgupta, Beletsky and Ciccarone, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Dasgupta, N., Beletsky, L. and Ciccarone, D., 2018. Opioid Crisis: No Easy Fix to Its Social and Economic Determinants. American Journal of Public Health, 108(2), pp.182-186.
In-text: (Hansen, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Hansen, H., 2015. Pharmaceutical Prosthesis and White Racial Rescue in the Prescription Opioid “Epidemic”. [online] Somatosphere. Available at: <http://somatosphere.net/2015/pharmaceutical-prosthesis-and-white-racial-rescue-in-the-prescription-opioid-epidemic.html/> [Accessed 30 January 2022].
In-text: (James and Jordan, 2018)
Your Bibliography: James, K. and Jordan, A., 2018. The Opioid Crisis in Black Communities. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 46(2), pp.404-421.
In-text: (Lombardi, Zerden, Guan and Prentice, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Lombardi, B., Zerden, L., Guan, T. and Prentice, A., 2018. The role of social work in the opioid epidemic: office-based opioid treatment programs. Social Work in Health Care, 58(3), pp.339-344.
In-text: (Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (FBCI), 2022)
Your Bibliography: samhsa.gov. 2022. Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (FBCI). [online] Available at: <https://www.samhsa.gov/faith-based-initiatives#:~:text=FBCI%20is%20a%20model%20for,%2C%20state%2C%20and%20local%20levels.> [Accessed 30 January 2022].
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