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CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain Webinar

Source: CDC

This site provides clinicians with access to a WebEx overview of the CDC guidelines for prescribing opioids and additional resources regarding how opioids should be initiated for chronic pain, how to assess risk and address harms of opioid use, and when and how opioids should be discontinued.

Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Reversal

Source: IHS

This is a Youtube video from the IHS on opioid-related ADEs.

Pathways to Safer Opioid Use

Source: Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

This web-based training allows you to assume the role of four playable characters that make decisions – controlled by you – about preventing opioid-related adverse drug events (ADEs). This training can benefit physicians, nurses, pharmacists, public health professionals, and health professional students.

Rx Awareness

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

To raise awareness of prescription opioid abuse and overdose, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched Rx Awareness, its first prescription opioid overdose prevention campaign. The Rx Awareness campaign tells the real stories of people whose lives were torn apart by prescription opioids. The goal of the campaign is to increase awareness that prescription opioids can be addictive and dangerous. Visit this site to find materials and resources to increase awareness of the opioid epidemic.

"This can happen to you" Video

Source: National Safety Council

The newest video from the National Safety Council shows the stark reality of America's opioid crisis brought to life. 22,000 people died last year from opioid overdoses and each one of them has a face, each one has a story. Watch this impactful and moving video that tells the story of people who are battling and who have lost their battle to this crippling addiction.

You can also order "Warn Me" labels, a self-adhesive reminder to talk to your doctor about what medications you are taking.

Watch their stories. Educate yourself. Take action.

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