An Action Plan for Reducing Opioid Overdose Deaths
A Conversation with Ricky Bluthenthal, PhD, Keith Humphreys, PhD, and Regina LaBelle, JD, moderated by Shoshana Aronowitz, PhD, MSHP
Alongside the devastating loss of life due to COVID-19, opioid overdoses have killed tens of thousands of people. At the same time, policymakers worked to lower barriers to life-saving treatment, creating more opportunities for flexible telehealth and harm reduction approaches. But, looking ahead, will that be enough? Please join our panel of experts as they discuss the impact of the pandemic on the opioid epidemic and outline innovative approaches for reducing the toll of the opioid epidemic.
Supported by the Charles C. Leighton, MD Memorial Lecture Fund.
Co-sponsored with the Center for Health Economics of Treatment Interventions for Substance Use Disorder, HCV, and HIV (CHERISH).
Ricky Bluthenthal, PhD
Professor, Department of Populations and Public Health Sciences (DPPHS); Vice Chair, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in DPPHS; Associate Dean for Social Justice, University of Southern California
Keith Humphreys, PhD
Esther Ting Memorial Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University
Regina LaBelle, JD
Director, Addiction and Public Policy Initiative, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law, and Former Acting Director, Office of National Drug Control Policy
Shoshana Aronowitz, PhD, MSHP (moderator)
Assistant Professor, Family and Community Health, Penn Nursing
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