Scoop.it Harm Reduction and information sharing

I started a Scoop.it page devoted to all things harm reduction at the end of February 2010.  Scoop.it which is currently in beta form is a  curation tool, which enables you to gather together links content you come across on the Internet in the one place and display them to visitors to your page.  Another cool feature is that you can share your posts directly to others that maybe interested via a notification system that includes Twitter, Facebook, WordPress and LinkedIn (still waiting for Google+ capability).

Since opening the first topic in February aptly titled Harm Reduction, I have gone on to create another three topics.  Since that time my Scoop.it account has quickly started to outpace the blog in terms of traffic, with the 3, 000th visit to the pages ticking over just 20 minutes ago.

I thought this might be a prime opportunity to share some other great Scoop.it pages relevant to Alcohol and Other Drugs/Harm Reduction workers.

Alcohol & other drug issues in the media “Topics being covered in the media that are of interest to us” Created and curated by Moreland Hall

Irish Needle Exchange Forum “Drugs Info” Created and curated by Tim Bingham

War on Drugs “News and resources concerning government policy on drugs.” Created and curated by Oliver Conner

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