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Naloxone Training Toolkit

Provides presentations, documents, forms, and videos about the use of naloxone in opioid overdoses. Resource categories are First Responder Naloxone Training Program, Naloxone Program Forms, Naloxone Training Forms, and Videos.
Format(s): Toolkit
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Other Team Members, States, Communities, First Responders
Author/Publisher: Indian Health Service
Year: 2018
Resource Type: External Link

Naloxone Training Video

Demonstrates how to save a life with the overdose-reversing drug naloxone.
Format(s): Webinar/Video
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Patients, Families
Author/Publisher: Baltimore City Health Commissioner
Year: 2016
Resource Type: Video

NARCAN Now (app available from Google Play)

Provides up-to-date product and safety information for NARCAN® Nasal Spray. Includes a simple to follow usage guide, pharmacy locater, and training videos.
Format(s): Guide
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Other Team Members, Patients, Families
Author/Publisher: AdaptPharma
Year: 2016
Resource Type: Mobile App

Opi Rescue (app available from Google Play)

OpiRescue is a free overdose support tool provided by OpiSafe, a safe opioid prescribing platform for care providers. Offers step-by-step instructions for administrating multiple forms of Narcan or naloxone.
Format(s): Guide
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Other Team Members
Author/Publisher: RxAssurance
Year: 2014
Resource Type: Mobile App

Opioid Overdose Attitudes Scale (OOAS)

Assesses attitudes related to how one would respond to an opioid overdose.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Other Team Members
Author/Publisher: Williams A, et al.
Year: 2013
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .51 MB

Opioid Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution (OEND) Training

Trains providers on opioid safety/overdose prevention and training patients to respond to an overdose with naloxone.
Format(s): Web-Based Course
Audience(s): Medical Providers
Author/Publisher: Department of Veterans Affairs, Employee Education System,
Year: 2019
Resource Type: External Link

Opioid Overdose Knowledge Scale (OOKS)

Assesses knowledge of opioid overdose, including risk factors, symptoms, emergency response, and naloxone use.
Format(s): Instrument/Protocol
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Other Team Members
Author/Publisher: Williams A, et al.
Year: 2013
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .60 MB

Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit

Equips healthcare providers, communities, and local governments with material to develop practices and policies to help prevent opioid-related overdoses and deaths. Addresses issues for healthcare providers, first responders, treatment providers, and those recovering from opioid overdose.
Format(s): Toolkit
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Communities, Policymakers
Author/Publisher: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Year: 2018
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .42 MB

Opportunities To Address Overdose in Treatment

Offers tips on how substance use disorder treatment providers can incorporate information related to overdose into different parts of the treatment process, including wait lists, screening/assessment, counseling, induction/orientation, positive drug screens, and discharge.
Format(s): Fact Sheet/Brochure
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers
Author/Publisher: Institute for Research, Education, and Training in Addictions (IRETA)
Year: 2015
Resource Type: PDF
File Size: .1 MB

Overdose Reversal Toolkit

Contains training videos on how to recognize and respond to an overdose and information on naloxone administration, harm reduction education, and resources.
Format(s): Toolkit
Audience(s): Medical Providers, Behavioral Health Providers, Other Team Members, Communities, Patients, Families
Author/Publisher: Addiction Policy Forum
Year: 2019
Resource Type: External Link

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