Expanded Naloxone Distribution to Reduce Rural Opioid Overdose Mortality
Discusses a study on the effect community-based and pharmacy-initiated naloxone distribution has had on rates of rural opioid overdose mortality. Highlights an intervention that expands naloxone access points in rural communities and pharmacies in addition to traditional provider-based treatment.
University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction
Access · Community and faith-based initiatives · Illicit drug use · Pharmacy and prescription drugs · Prescription drug misuse · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Vermont
University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction,