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A B S T R AC T Background Needle exchange services are vital for the distribution of clean injecting equipment and disposal of equipment used for intravenous drug users. From the number of clean needles and syringes distributed and the estimated number of injecting drug users (IDUs), there may be insufficient use of needle exchange services. This highlighted the need to consider how services could be improved to encourage the use. Methods A structured, short, anonymous questionnaire wasdoi:10.1093/pubmed/fdn030 pmid:18436548 fatcat:3uig3rp5yrgu7nu4zxsnck77vu