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Drug Cocktails - Facts about mixing medicine, booze and street drugs
Youth_2021The Drug Cocktails website – “Facts for Youth about mixing Medicine, Booze and Street Drugs” (the “Site”) has been developed as a resource for youth and staff within Children’s & Women’s Health Centre of British Columbia Branch (C&W) for Provincial Health Services Authority and its branch agencies (PHSA)(C&W and PHSA together the “Societies”). There are support systems at the Societies which may not exist in other clinical settings and therefore adoption or use of this manual is not the responsibility of the Societies. Agencies other than the Societies should use Cocktails as a guideline for reference purposes only. The contents of this website were current at the time of development in September 2021. The Societies are not responsible for information that has changed after that time, whether incorporated into the Site or not.

The Site contains best practice knowledge, but practice standards may change as more knowledge is gained. Decision making in a specific context remains the responsibility of attending professionals. Nothing on the Site should in any way be construed as being either official or unofficial policy of the Societies.

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  2. there are support systems at the Societies which may not exist in other clinical settings;
  3. you are accessing this website as a resource that is available as a general reference to the population of British Columbia, Canada;
  4. information on this website should be used as a guideline for reference purposes only;
  5. you will not rely on any information that is contained on this website since it may be incomplete or not applicable to your situation or environment;
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  7. if you are a health care professional, you will exercise your own professional discretion relating to the use of any information contained on this website;
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