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 October 1st – 14th

State's first opioid 'health home' program to launch in Northern Michigan Michigan opioid overdose deaths hit new record Hot Training Topic: New CDC Courses Available on Opioids Managing Pain --Moving Beyond Opioids SAMHSA head argues against fentanyl test strips New...

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for September 17th-30th

NIH announces awards for behavioral research on OUD prevention and treatment (Mark Ilgen) Psychosocial Pain Management to Improve Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Outcomes; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Dr. Mark A. Ilgen. This project will assess the development of...

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for September 3rd – 16th

U-M, Harvard partner to address economic mobility, opioid crisis (Chad Brummett) Curbing an epidemic: U-M nursing professor trains an army to battle opioid overdoses (Chin Hwa (Gina) Dahlem) A Simple Reason So Many Older Americans Are Overdosing on Opioids (Calista...

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for August 6th – 19th

Opioid use after wisdom teeth removal could lead to long-term use (Calista Harbaugh) This drug can help kick addiction, but it’s hard to find (Pooja Lagisetty) Sending Letters About Their Patients’ Overdoses Changes Doctors’ Prescribing Habits (Amy Bohnert) Physicians...

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for July 23rd – August 5th

Opioid laws hit physicians, patients in unintended ways “Older Adults’ Experiences with Opioid Prescriptions” (Jennifer Waljee, Calista Harbaugh) “Opioids and older adults: Poll finds support for prescribing limits, and need for better counseling and disposal options”...

Opioid Solutions Faculty News for June 2018

Doling Out Pain Pills Post-Surgery: An Ingrown Toenail Not The Same As A Bypass (Chad Brummett) Four States With Robust Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs Reduced Opioid Dosages or These 4 states saw the biggest drop in opioid prescriptions or 4 U.S. states beat...

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