Opioids 101: An Introduction to Opioid Use, Misuse, Treatment, and Overdose Prevention. Presented by Lori Naylor and Lisa Gillespie in partnership with the Registered Nurses Association with Ontario. Recording | Slides
Older Adults and Opioid Replacement Therapy within Clinical and Community Settings. Presented by Lori Naylor and Gordon Seaman. Opioid Resource Hub (ORH) Initiative in collaboration with Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO). Recording |Slides
First Nations and aboriginal Youth and Substance Use. Presented by Mae Katt, Nurse Practitioner Thunder Bay Ontario. Recording | Slides
Social Determinants of Health, Addictions and Opioids. Presented by Suzanne Witt-Foley. Recording | Slides
Stigma and MMT. Presented by Lori Naylor, RSW (Breakaway Satellite Opioid Resource Hub (ORH) Addiction Treatment Program). Recording | Slides
Opioid Basics. Presented by Lori Naylor, RSW (Breakaway Satellite Opioid Resource Hub (ORH) Addiction Treatment Program). Recording | Slides
This educational video is for anyone considering or currently taking pain medication. What is the role of opioids in chronic pain? What are the downsides and benefits of opioids? What are some of the things to keep in mind while taking opioids? Dr. Mike Evans reiterates the importance of discussing these and other concerns with your physician.
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This short documentary offers a window into the medically supervised methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) program. What is MMT? Is it a safe treatment alternative? How do MMT clients access this treatment? The collective voices of physicians, counsellors and clients in this video demystify methadone.
Prescription for Addiction (short version) is a compelling documentary that examines the growing problem of dependence and addiction to opioid pain medications. This 39-minute version includes insights from doctors and health professionals.
This brief documentary highlights the need of awareness and education around opioid overdose prevention, and importance of naloxone in reversing life-threatening effects of overdose. Naloxone can save a life!
This is a one-minute public service announcement to address the harmful use of prescription opioids among First Nations youth and promote a powerful positive message of overcoming addiction. Chiefs of Ontario and the Ontario Young Peoples Council teamed up with CAMH to produce this short video.