CAHMA, WASUA, Harm Reduction Vic and QUIHN have combined to put together a FREE workshop showcasing peer-based naloxone and overdose prevention training specifically for drug and alcohol workers. The event will also host a panel which will explore the potential of naloxone, barriers and enablers and anything you would like to know about naloxone provision.
Event flyer is available here.
1. A review of peer-based naloxone programs in Australia: What makes peer-based approaches unique?
2. A demonstration of peer-based naloxone training.
3. A panel session exploring the future and potential of naloxone in Australia.
Sunday 9 November 2014 14:15 – Sunday 9 November 2014 16:30
Free (Registration required)
Riverbank Room 1
APSAD Conference, Adelaide Convention Centre
Please contact Sione Crawford to register your interest: