Promoting Health, Safety and Equity
This article reconceptualizes our understanding of the opioid epidemic and proposes six strategies that address the epidemic’s social roots.
Led by doctoral student Greg Rosen, this paper explores the understudied phenomenon of solitary drug use.
A JAMA Psychiatry commentary led by Dr. Park on the importance of understanding the impact, scalability, and cost-effectiveness of overdose detection technology for overdose prevention
Led by undergraduate student Alexa Lombardi, this paper is a review of the various different types of overdose prevention tech that exist today.
Led by Dr. Park, drug checking programs operating in the US, Canada and Mexico were surveyed to understand their establishment and operations.
Latest study from Johns Hopkins University on fentanyl test strips used for detecting fentanyl in drugs.
This literature review, led by Tennessee Harm Reduction, investigated the adequacy of the regularly distributed two doses of standard low-dose naloxone in reversing fentanyl overdoses and whether high-dose naloxone formulations (HDNF) are an optimal solution to this problem.
Most people who use opioids would use these services if they were available.
This article investigated changes in the number of people trained in naloxone administration and distribution in Maryland before, during, and after COVID-related stay-at-home orders.
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