How Accessible is Naloxone to You?
We want to understand the experiences of naloxone access in Ontario (including what makes it easier or harder to get naloxone) among individuals with past or current experience with opioids. in order to identify strategies to improve accessibility to naloxone.
- Ontario residents 18 years or older with past or current experience with opioids (recreational, chronic pain management, addiction treatment, etc.
- One hour telephone interview to help us understand people's access or barriers using naloxone.
- Participants will be compensated for their time.
- The Ontario Drug Policy Research Network (ODPRN) is a team of researchers who work with a variety of groups within Ontario to research drug safety. One of our core areas of research is the safe use of opioids.
Further details here: https://goo.gl/Pne5hU
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