Navigate Up
Sign In
We improve public health and population health practice to support healthier communities
How Local Public Health is Tackling the Opioid Crisis (Archived Webinar)

Related Categories: Quality Improvement

Overview

This archived webinar, co-hosted by the Public Health Foundation (PHF) and the Bio-Defense Network, provides information, examples, and resources for communities addressing opioid use. Originally presented in August 2016, this 60-minute webinar includes resources from PHF and presentations from local health departments.
"Excellent session with practical strategies from local health departments on what they have found to be most effective in tackling the opioid addiction crisis in their communities" - Course Reviewer on TRAIN
 
Presenters include PHF Senior Quality Advisor Jack Moran, who provides an overview of PHF’s opioid population health driver diagram and how to create one for your community, Maria Wood from Seattle-King County Public Health (WA) and Jefferson Katchel of Snohomish Health District (WA), who discuss their pharmaceutical stewardship programs, and Debra Buckner from Marion County Public Health Department (IN), who presents on substance use outreach services.

 
This webinar is also available on TRAIN as Course 1065714 for those interested in keeping a record of completion in their TRAIN transcripts. 
 
 Video not displaying correctly? Click here.
 
For any questions regarding the webinar, contact Vanessa Lamers at vlamers@phf.org.
 
Related Resources

Comment

Add A Comment

Subscribe to PHF