Opioid Solutions Newsletter Archive

The U-M Opioid Solutions newsletter is published on a bi-weekly basis with the goal of maintaining consistent communication with community members, stakeholders, law makers, researchers, and other engaged or interested parties. The content includes the most up to date information from U-M faculty, staff and partners on news, reports, events and resources relating to the opioid crisis.

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for Feb. 18th – 25th

News Michigan Moment: Many People Will use Medical Marijuana as a Supplement for Prescription Drugs Kaiser Health News: More States Say Doctors Must Offer Overdose Reversal Drugs Along with Opioids Rapid Growth in Medicaid Spending and Prescriptions to Treat Opioid...

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for Feb. 4th – 17th

News Addressing Prescription Drug Addiction in Older Adults (Lauren Gerlach) Benzodiazepines Improperly Prescribed; Raises Concern in Midst of Opioid Crisis (Donovan Maust) Optimism may protect against chronic pain in soldiers (Afton Hassett) After Opioids,...

U-M Wolverine Caucus: Removing Opioid Risks From Our Communities

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Michigan Senate Binsfeld Office Building, 5th Floor A panel discussion on implementing evidence-based policies to improve opioid prescribing and disposal. The opioid epidemic continues to be a national emergency. Michigan...

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for Jan. 21st – Feb. 3rd

News Michigan OPEN releases additional opioid prescribing recommendations for surgery    An Evidence-Based Road Map to Navigating the Opioid Epidemic 'It should be everywhere': Should more people carry the drug that can save opioid addicts? Balancing the Risks and...

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