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Design details for overdose education and take-home naloxone kits: codesign with family medicine, emergency department, addictions medicine and community

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Introduction: Overdose education and naloxone distribution (OEND) programmes equip and train people who are likely to witness an opioid overdose to respond with effective first aid interventions. Despite OEND expansion across North America, overdose rates are increasing, raising questions about how to improve OEND programmes. We conducted an iterative series of codesign stakeholder workshops to develop a prototype for take-home naloxone (THN)-kit (i.e., two doses of intra...

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Published
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Peer reviewed

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10.1111/hex.13559

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0000-0002-2434-7047
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0000-0002-7504-1523

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Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Grant:
365352
Publisher:
Wiley
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Volume:
25
Issue:
5
Pages:
2440-2452
Place of publication:
England
Publication date:
2022-07-31
Acceptance date:
2022-05-31
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EISSN:
1369-7625
ISSN:
1369-6513
Pmid:
35909312

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