An Exploratory Study of a Hands-on Naloxone Training for Rural Clinicians and Staff
Presents a study on the efficacy of a hands-on naloxone training for rural healthcare providers as a means of reducing opioid overdose fatalities in rural areas. Discusses the fentanyl-driven surge in opioid overdose deaths and describes the 1-hour training session, which involved a lecture and hands-on training with naloxone.
Shameka L. Cody, Cheryl B. Hines, Christina J. Glenn, et al.
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 55(3), 599-604
Health workforce education and training · Illicit drug use · Mortality · Prescription drug misuse · Public health · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention