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Harm Reduction Workshop - A Three Part Webinar Series 10/4, 10/6 & 10/7
Join us for a three-session webinar to learn more about Harm Reduction and how to optimize it in various settings. During this engaging and experiential convening, experts in the field will review California’s Standing Order and Good Samaritan Laws, how naloxone can reverse an overdose plus additional action steps to save a life. Other topics include information about the risks of Fentanyl, fentanyl strips and a review of California’s Naloxone Distribution Program.

Learning Objectives
After this virtual workshop, and in keeping with the following three major categories of learning, participants will be able to:

Part I. Overdose Prevention Training (10/4)
-Explain what is meant by Harm Reduction
-Describe the California Standing Order and the Laws that protect overdose responders
-Describe the mechanism of action of naloxone and how individuals can access naloxone in California
-Summarize the action steps to reverse an overdose
-List at least three factors that contribute to the risks of overdose from Fentanyl and other synthetic opioids
-List three harm reduction strategies for preventing opioid-related overdose

Part II. Harm reduction in clinical settings: Mitigating stigma and other interventions (10/6)
-Define the types of stigma encountered in OUD treatment and the relationship to harm reduction
-Describe techniques to mitigate stigma
-List examples of harm reduction employed in different healthcare settings
-Outline workflow considerations with implementing harm reduction in healthcare settings

Part III. Systematic Approaches to Harm Reduction (10/7)
-Identify at least one naloxone leave-behind program that can be implemented in your setting
-Distinguish between actual risks and myths related to fentanyl exposure for first responders
-Describe at least two approaches to address stigma in clinical settings.

CME available.
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