Reducing Drug-Related Deaths seminar

 

 

 

 

Reducing drug-related deaths in Scotland:
learning from the Canadian experience

1300 – 1630.  Mon 18 June.  Glasgow Caledonian University.

Glasgow Caledonian University, in association with the Drugs Research Network Scotland (DRNS), is delighted to host the internationally renowned Professor Jane Buxton for a special half-day seminar on reducing drug-related deaths. Jane is harm reduction lead for the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC). She is engaged in quantitative, qualitative, and participatory research with marginalised populations ensuring people who use drugs are involved in developing priorities for research, policy, and harm reduction program evaluation.

Programme and presentations

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Session 1.  Take-home Naloxone: comparing and contrasting the Scottish and Canadian experiences

THN in Scotland: what have we learned so far?
Dr Andrew McAuley, GCU & HPS

THN in Scotland: where do we go next?
Kirsten Horsburgh, Scottish Drugs Forum

Intra-nasal naloxone: latest developments and evidence
Dr Rebecca McDonald, Kings College (London)

Jane_Buxton_Opioid Crisis
Prof. Jane Buxton, University of British Columbia & British Columbia Centre for Disease Control

Session 2.  Lessons from British Columbia’s Drug Overdose and Alert Partnership (DOAP): enhanced surveillance and utilisation of overdose data

Jane_Buxton_Collaboration
University of British Columbia & British Columbia Centre for Disease Control

Lee_Barnsdale
NHS National Services Scotland, Information Services Division