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 BIWEEKLY NEWS: AUGUST 16TH – AUGUST 31ST

News Drug Overdose Deaths Showed a One-Year Decline in 2018. But There’s More to the Story Featuring: Chad Brummett These Drugs Carry Risks and May Not Help, But Many Dementia Patients Get Them Anyway Featuring: Donovan Maust   Resources Community Health Centers...

OPIOID SOLUTIONS BIWEEKLY NEWS: AUGUST 4TH – AUGUST 16TH

News Can Community Members Deliver Naloxone to Reverse Opioid Overdoses — And Do It Faster Than EMS? Featuring: Gabriela Marcu Nearly 1 in 3 Patients with Lupus Use Prescription Opioids for Pain Featuring: Emily Somers The Lookout Project The Lookout Project is a...

OPIOID SOLUTIONS BIWEEKLY NEWS: JULY 20TH – AUGUST 3RD

AHRQ Request for Information about Opioids in Older Adults (AHRQ) Identification of Substance-Exposed Newborns and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Using ICD-10-CM — 15 Hospitals, Massachusetts, 2017 (CDC) Management of Acute and Chronic Pain: Opportunity for Stakeholder...

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