Addressing Opioid Overdose: Understanding the Role of Prevention
The opioid crisis is galvanizing individuals across disciplines to reduce the number of lives lost to overdoses. This innovative training delves into this complex topic and explores what prevention practitioners can do to address it. Participants will examine factors associated with opioid overdose, explore data sources that shed light on the scope of the problem, and examine prevention strategies, including physician education, cross-sector collaboration, and policy change, that can help save lives.
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Substance misuse prevention practitioners and other public health professionals working at the state level and in communities
Participants will receive a certificate for 6 hours of participation which can be submitted to local credentialing authorities for prevention certification or re-certification.