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  • A Laboratory Session to Prepare Pharmacy Students to Manage the Opioid Crisis Situation. [Journal Article]
    Am J Pharm Educ 2019; 83(7):6988Donohoe KL, Raghavan A, … Frankart LM
  • Objective. To educate third-year pharmacy students about the role of pharmacists in the opioid crisis and measure their knowledge, confidence, and attitudes towards opioids and opioid overdose. Methods. All third-year students (n=130) enrolled in a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree program participated in opioid overdose and naloxone education and training followed by a three-part laboratory se…
  • Current status of opioid addiction treatment and related preclinical research. [Review]
    Sci Adv 2019; 5(10):eaax9140Kreek MJ, Reed B, Butelman ER
  • Opioid use disorders (OUDs) are diseases of the brain with behavioral, psychological, neurobiological, and medical manifestations. Vulnerability to OUDs can be affected by factors such as genetic background, environment, stress, and prolonged exposure to μ-opioid agonists for analgesia. Two standard-of-care maintenance medications, methadone and buprenorphine-naloxone, have a long-term positive i…
  • Media coverage of harm reduction, 2000-2016: A content analysis of tone, topics, and interventions in Canadian print news. [Journal Article]
    Drug Alcohol Depend 2019; 205:107599Cameron Wild T, Koziel J, … Hyshka E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although federal policy support for harm reduction waxed and waned over 17 years, Canadian newspapers independently shaped public discourse, frequently characterizing harm reduction positively/neutrally and from a health perspective. However, issue framing and agenda setting was also evident: supervised drug consumption offered in a single Canadian city crowded out coverage of all other harm reduction services, except for naloxone. This narrow sense of 'newsworthiness' obscured public discourse on the full spectrum of evidence-based harm reduction services that could benefit PWUD.
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