More Than Just Numbers: Hearing From the Real Experts in the Opioid Crisis
Join SPPH Professor, and BCCDC harm reduction lead, Jane Buxton and those working and living with substance use issues to learn from the experts about the opioid crisis.
Professor Buxton will speak about the increases in drug overdoses and her work with BC’s Take Home Naloxone program – which has seen 2,500 overdose reversals. She will be joined by guest speakers who will share their experiences about the reality of the opioid crisis.
Live streaming is available via https://www.youtube.com/user/ubcspph1
Friday 3rd March, 9am to 10am
Michael Smith Laboratories Room 102”
A link to more information can be found below:
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