Opioid overdoses are a growing public health concern in Vermont and nationwide. Naloxone can save the life of someone who overdoses, if those around them know how to use it. This project investigates the feasibility of offering naloxone education as an element of routine primary care encounters with patients who do not use opioids themselves.
Northern Green Mountain Family Practice
vermont, naloxone, opioid, overdose
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Medical Education | Primary Care
Goldberg, Eli, "Incorporating Naloxone Education Into Routine Primary Care" (2018). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 418.