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Addressing the Opiod Problem With Physical Therapy: Advocacy, Education, and Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Jewell
13:07
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Jennifer Jewell
13:47
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Brendon Larsen, PTA, BS
28:59
FYI, here is information on Naloxone distribution programs through Walgreens or through state-specific standing orders: https://www.walgreens.com/topic/pharmacy/naloxone.jsphttps://www.safeproject.us/naloxone-awareness-project/state-rules/
Brendon Larsen, PTA, BS
36:09
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31774705/Chevan J, Heath AE. Developing core education principles for rehabilitation professionals in response to the opioid crisis: an example from physical therapy education
audrey campbell
46:27
I'm including it in as a topic in a Public Health and PT elective course
audrey campbell
50:42
Does anyone work in home health and carry narcan?
audrey campbell
52:13
Interesting thank you
Rebecca Shakoske
54:34
https://diamedicalusa.com/medical-equipment/emergency-resc/loaded-emergency-bags/opioid-overdose-training-kit/
Gina Tarud
01:01:05
I am so sorry but I need to log off. But thank you so much for the great information.
Rebecca Shakoske
01:01:24
thank you for joining us!
audrey campbell
01:06:10
Thank you I learned a few new things tonight.
Rebecca Shakoske
01:06:29
rshakoske@ccac.edu
Tucker, Jordan Michelle
01:06:30
Thank you!
Carey Weatherspoon
01:07:09
Thank you so much for taking the time to share your knowledge
Carey Weatherspoon
01:07:31
Also thanks for the references & links.