Shelley Marshall

University of Manitoba

Steering Committee

Shelley Marshall is a doctoral candidate in Nursing at the University of Manitoba, with an interest in the historical, social, and policy conditions that shape drug-related benefits and harms. She has worked in harm reduction programming and service delivery in Winnipeg’s core area since 1998, including several years as a street outreach nurse. As a Clinical Nurse Specialist in public health, Shelley is involved in overdose response and naloxone distribution programming, and is a partner in several research projects related to sexually transmitted and blood borne infections, and drug-related harms and structural violence. With the Manitoba Public Health Association, she is engaged in advocacy around distributive and discursive policy issues that impact health and social inequities in Manitoba.

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National Day of Action on the Overdose Crisis... April 18, 2019

Hundreds of supporters and community members converged in downtown Vancouver to send a message to policymakers. Prohibition is costing lives and safe supply is urgently needed.

STIMULUS 2018: DRUGS, POLICY AND PRACTICE IN CANADA September 14, 2018

From October 3 – 5, 2018, advocates and those inspired to create new approaches to drugs will be together in Edmonton, AB. This has been a CDPC vision for a long time….

INTERNATIONAL INTEREST IN DRUG CHECKING June 30, 2017

This is a guest blog provided by Nazlee Maghsoudi. The Canadian Drug Policy attended HR17 and we are pleased to share this account of the conference. INCREASING INTERNATIONAL INTEREST IN DRUG…