Marie Jauffret-Roustide

Marie Jauffret-Roustide
French Institute of Health and Medical Research | Inserm · Centre d'etude des mouvements sociaux (CEMS) Paris

PhD in Sociology and Social Science - Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches
Research Fellow Inserm Paris Affiliate Scientist BCCSU Vancouver Fellow Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy Buffalo

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Introduction
Marie Jauffret-Roustide is a Sociologist. She leads sociological and public health studies on drug use practices and social processes of at-risk practices among people who inject drugs and crack users. She is now the leader of an international comparative research on drug policies including the analysis of the biomedicalization process of addiction, the history of harm reduction and cannabis regulations, the stakes linked to peer education and community based approaches and the impact of repression on at-risk practices among drug users.
Additional affiliations
August 2020 - present
University of British Columbia - Vancouver
Position
  • Researcher
January 2020 - May 2022
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Position
  • Senior Researcher
January 2019 - March 2020
Columbia University
Position
  • Research Associate
Description
  • I co-teached a course on a comparative history of harm reduction in the US and France: a comparative history

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Publications (235)
Technical Report
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Cette synthèse présente les principaux résultats de la recherche « Crack en Île-de-France », fruit d’un partenariat entre l’OFDT et l’Inserm, dont l’objectif est de réaliser un état des lieux de la situation actuelle du crack en Île-de-France afin, notamment, d’améliorer la prise en charge des usagers et, plus globalement, la réponse des pouvoirs p...
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Background To encourage Covid-19 vaccination, France introduced during the Summer 2021 a ‘Sanitary Pass’, which morphed into a ‘Vaccine Pass’ in early 2022. While the sanitary pass led to an increase in Covid-19 vaccination rates, spatial heterogeneities in vaccination rates remained. To identify potential determinants of these heterogeneities and...
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How do we question injection practices ? Methodological feedback from the field. This article takes a reflective look at the collection and production of quantitative data from so-called “hidden” and hard-to-reach populations concerning intravenous drug use. It is based on observations of 152 questionnaires administered during the multidisciplinary...
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While young adults experienced mental health challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, little is known about how their mental health needs were subsequently met through access to mental health services (MHS). From October to December 2020, we conducted an online survey of young adults (18-29 years) living in Canada and France to investigate factors...
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Background The effectiveness of drug consumption rooms (DCRs) for people who inject drugs (PWID) has been demonstrated for HIV and hepatitis C virus risk practices, and access to care for substance use disorders. However, data on other health-related complications are scarce. Using data from the French COSINUS cohort, we investigated the impact of...
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Drug consumption rooms (DCRs) have the potential to have a positive impact on the opioid overdose crisis. DCRs could also potentially change the political environment for public health because they can affect the distribution of responsibility for harm reduction between the individual and society by collectivizing responsibility for harm reduction...
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Objectives. To determine how harm reduction should be applied in low-resource countries such as Vietnam by exploring the perspectives of people who use drugs (PWUD), health care professionals, and policymakers regarding methadone treatment and harm reduction strategies. Methods. We conducted 2 qualitative studies in Vietnam between 2016 and 2021....
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Drug consumption rooms (DCRs) have the potential to have a positive impact on the opioid overdose crisis. DCRs could also potentially change the political environment for public health because they can affect the distribution of responsibility for harm reduction between the individual and society by collectivizing responsibility for harm reduction...
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Background High rates of COVID-19 vaccination uptake are required to attain community immunity. This study aims to identify factors associated with COVID-19 vaccine uncertainty and refusal among young adults, an underexplored population with regards to vaccine intention generally, in two high-income settings: Canada and France. Methods A cross-sec...
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Background Perception of treatment need (PTN), a component of clinical insight, is associated to negative addiction treatment outcomes when low. Our hypothesis was that lower PTN was associated with less craving when reported retrospectively, the most common measure of craving in clinical settings. Objective To explore the association between PTN...
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Context To encourage Covid-19 vaccination, France introduced during the Summer 2021 a “Sanitary Pass,” which morphed into a “Vaccine Passe” in early 2022. While the Sanity Pass led to an increase in Covid-19 vaccination rates, spatial heterogeneities in vaccination rates remained. To identify potential determinants of these heterogeneities and eval...
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Background People who inject drugs (PWID) are frequently incarcerated, which is associated with multiple negative health outcomes. Aim We aimed to estimate the associations between a history of incarceration and prevalence of HIV and HCV infection among PWID in Europe. Methods Aggregate data from PWID recruited in drug services (excluding prison...
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Background People who inject drugs (PWID) are frequently incarcerated, which is associated with multiple negative health outcomes. Aim We aimed to estimate the associations between a history of incarceration and prevalence of HIV and HCV infection among PWID in Europe. Methods Aggregate data from PWID recruited in drug services (excluding prison...
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Social work in prisons is linked to specific tasks regarding the care for the people who are incarcerated. A multi-country qualitative study was set up to explore drug users’ and professionals’ perceptions of continuity of care in prison and beyond. It has been pointed out that continuity of care is associated with different barriers, especially re...
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The media have become objects of study and tools increasingly used by the humanities and social sciences. The discourses conveyed by the latter participate in shaping social representations, spatial representations and geographical imaginaries. This article has a double ambition: on the one hand, to present a tool and a method of analysis of the pr...
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Purpose In November 2019, an open drug scene, commonly called “Colline du crack” and located in Paris was forcibly closed after 10 years of existence. This paper aims to understand how that space has evolved over the years to become a major hub for drug use. Design/methodology/approach The authors used a qualitative approach that included intervie...
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Objective There exists no national French study on suicide attempts among people who use drugs (PWUD). Our objectives are to analyze lifetime suicide attempts in that population and to compare associated risks based on gender. Method The ANRS-Coquelicot study (2011–2013) conducted 1718 interviews with people over 18 who have injected or snorted a...
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The forgotten of the pandemic Young adults are paying the heaviest price for the pandemic, in terms of social and economic consequences. This situation affects their mental health and their difficulties in accessing the services they need. Thus, the pandemic reveals social inequalities and weakens the already most vulnerable groups.
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Background Prisoners report much higher prevalence rates of drug use and more harmful consumption patterns than the general population. People who use drugs have above-average experiences with the criminal justice system in general, and the prison system and subsequent release situations in particular. Release from prison is associated with increas...
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Background People who inject drugs are subjected to great stigmatization in many parts of the world. How they deal with stigma is closely linked to how stigma means to them. Understanding the strategies individuals employ to cope with these negative attitudes and what resources they mobilize in this process gives useful insights for clinical work a...
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https://theconversation.com/irresponsables-ego-stes-negligents-en-finir-avec-les-stereotypes-sur-les-jeunes-et-la-covid-19-150854
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Consumption of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Drugs during the Covid-19 Pandemic in the Global Drug Survey: A French Perspective The Global Drug Survey is an online survey that aimed to explore the experience of people who use drugs in general population. This survey is conducted annually between November and December. This special Covid-19 compone...
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Aim To examine differences in the psychometric characteristics of diagnostic criteria for Substance Use Disorders (SUD) between substance users in harm reduction settings (HR) and substance users seeking treatment (Tx). Methods Differential Item and Test Functioning (DIF & DTF) analysis were performed to examine differences in the difficulty of en...
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https://theconversation.com/young-adults-unfairly-blamed-for-covid-19-spread-now-face-stress-and-uncertain-futures-150608
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Background People who inject drugs (PWID) account for the majority of new cases of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in Europe; however, HCV testing, and treatment for PWID remain suboptimal. With the advent of direct acting antivirals (DAAs) the World Health Organization (WHO) adopted a strategy to eliminate HCV as public health threat by 2030. To...
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Background HIV, HBV and HCV infections continue to represent major health concerns, especially among key at-risk populations such as men who have sex with men (MSM), people who inject drugs (PWIDs), transgender women (TGW) and sex workers (SW). The objective of the ANRS-CUBE study was to evaluate the acceptability of a healthcare, community-based s...
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La pandémie du SARS-CoV-2 a plongé la France dans 8 semaines de confinement généralisé. Cette situation a et aura un impact sur la santé psychologique de la population générale. Le but de cet article est d’étudier l’impact au-delà des aspects psychopathologiques, sur l’équilibre global du fonctionnement des individus. Durant le confinement, nous av...
Preprint
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Background People who inject drugs (PWID) account for the majority of new cases of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in Europe, however HCV testing and treatment for PWID remain suboptimal. With the advent of direct acting antivirals (DAAs) the World Health Organization (WHO) adopted a strategy to eliminate HCV as public health threat by 2030. To a...
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Background Prisoners report much higher prevalence rates of drug use and more harmful patterns of use than the general population [1]. People who use drugs have also an above-average experience with the criminal justice system in general, the prison system and the subsequent release situation in particular. Release from prison is associated with in...
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Background: After the collapse of the Soviet Union at the beginning of the 1990s, people who inject drugs spiked in Eastern Europe. Facing local repression and an array of factors encouraging emigration, some users have migrated to France. This population now make up to a third of the patient list of some harm reduction services in Paris. This art...
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This systematic review seeks to evaluate the efficacy of interventions aimed at preventing unintended pregnancies in women using psychoactive substances. Seven electronic databases (Medline, EMBASE, CINAHL, Web of Science Core Collection, PsycINFO, Cochrane CENTRAL database) were searched in October 2017. Twenty-two articles met our inclusion crite...
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Background Stigma works to reinforce dominant social values. The meaning of stigma is therefore not static but dependant on the regime in power. Taking into account the significant socioeconomic changes that took place in Vietnam over the last thirty years, this study explores the meaning of stigma directed at Vietnamese people who inject drugs in...
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Background New hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatments spurred the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2016 to adopt a strategy to eliminate HCV as a public health threat by 2030. To achieve this, key policies must be implemented. In the absence of monitoring mechanisms, this study aims to assess the extent of policy implementation from the perspective o...
Poster
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The objective of the ANRS-CUBE study was to evaluate the acceptability of an on-site rapid triple testing for HIV, HBV and HCV and the acceptability of a three-dose HBV vaccination proposal, among three different at-risk populations: MSM or bisexual, IDUs and TG/SW attending three community centers in the Paris area.
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This article is part of a collective research project on the acceptability of harm reduction tools in prisons. After a description of the different stages of the ethnographic survey conducted at the Baumettes prison in Marseille, I examine the place given to harm reduction in prison. Introducing harm reduction tools implies acknowledging the existe...
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Background In the last decade, European cities saw the development of “slamming,” a practice related to chemsex that combines three elements: a sexual context, psychostimulant drug use, and injection practices. Epidemiological data on this practice is still sparse and media attention might have unintentionally distorted the size of this phenomenon....
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https://theconversation.com/les-villes-face-a-lusage-de-drogues-dans-lespace-public-quels-modeles-hors-de-nos-frontieres-133083
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Poster 111 for the INHSU 2019 conference also part of the Wednesday afternoon poster tour in the social sciences stream.
Technical Report
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For prisoners1 with a history of drug use, in particular opioid use, the risks related to drug use and especially overdose and death are extremely high in the immediate period after release due to high rates of relapse and lower opioid tolerance (Farrell and Marsden, 2008). Much still needs to be done in order to ensure that people with a severe hi...
Technical Report
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For prisoners with a history of drug use, and particularly opioid use, the risks related to drug use and especially overdose and death are extremely high in the immediate period after release due to high rates of relapse and lower opioid tolerance (Farrell and Marsden, 2008; Merral et al. 2010; Pierce et al. 2016; Marsden et al. 2017). Much still n...
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Background Over the last 20 years, Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection prevalence has dramatically increased among HIV-infected men who have sex with men (MSM) in many countries worldwide. It is suspected that this increase is primarily driven by sexual behaviours linked to blood exposure. Monitoring these behaviours is crucial to understand the driv...
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Introduction The high prevalence of hepatitis C and the persistence of HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) risk practices in people who inject drugs (PWID) in France underlines the need for innovative prevention interventions. The main objective of this article is to describe the design of the COSINUS cohort study and outline the issues it will explore...
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Seroprevalence estimation using cross-sectional serosurveys can be challenging due to inadequate or unknown biological cut-off limits of detection. In recent years, diagnostic assay cut-offs, fixed assay cut-offs and more flexible approaches as mixture modelling have been proposed to classify biological quantitative measurements into a positive or...
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After France removed hepatitis C treatment reimbursement restrictions on 25 May 2016, an expert report presented recommendations, which focused on vulnerable groups including people who inject drugs (PWID). This commentary presents the key points of the chapter with a particular focus on policy. Thanks to the official lifting of restrictions based...
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Governing by self-control?Harm-reduction with drug usersThis paper provides an analysis of preventive work conducted by professionals in harm reduction facilities for people who use drugs. This type of action involves controlling if people who use drugs respect prevention pratices and encourages them to do so, in particular to reduce sanitary risks...
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Introduction L’objectif de cette étude est d’estimer les prévalences du VHC, VHB et la couverture vaccinale (CV) déclarée contre le VHB chez les hommes ayant des rapports sexuels avec des hommes (HSH) fréquentant les lieux de convivialité gay en 2015 et de décrire les facteurs associés. Matériels et méthodes Une enquête transversale anonyme utilis...
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Background: In October 2016, the first French drug consumption room (DCR) opened in Paris. We propose to examine the process through which this issue has been framed as a matter of public concern, after being ignored for almost 20 years. Our analysis of the controversy on DCRs investigates how public conversations on harm reduction evolve accordin...
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Additional File 1. Hep‐CORE 2016 survey: monitoring the implementation of hepatitis B and C policy recommendations in Europe.
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Additional File 3. Detailed comparative data on national coordination, monitoring, prevention, screening and treatment for Hep‐CORE 2016 and 2017 (N = 25 countries).
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Introduction The first World Health Organization (WHO) global health sector strategy on hepatitis B and C viruses (HBV and HCV) has called for the elimination of viral hepatitis as a major public health threat by 2030. This study assesses policies and programmes in support of elimination efforts as reported by patient groups in Europe. Methods In...