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Part Two of a Two-Part Series: Harm Reduction and Substance Use - Lessons from the Field, RNAO and CAMH

Online
June 1, 2016

11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. (EDT)

Harm reduction aims to reduce the negative health, social, and economic consequences associated with substance use without necessarily leading to cessation of a substance. This webinar will provide a foundational overview of harm reduction, where attendees will learn about the evidence supporting a harm reduction approach to substance use, and understand how harm reduction can be incorporated into their work.

This webinar is being co-hosted by the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, and CAMH PSSP’s Opioid Resource Hub.

Webinar Objectives

  • Discuss a range of harm reduction approaches at the individual and system levels
  • Hear first-hand about the successes and challenges of using a harm reduction approach in a variety of settings
  • Identify practical approaches health care providers can take to incorporate harm reduction into their work

Presenters

  • Joel Boivin, RN BScN. Réseau ACCESS Network, Sudbury
  • Luc Cormier, RN MN. Sandy Hill Community Health Centre, Ottawa

Registration Link: https://myrnao.ca/june1

For more information, please contact Kyle Dieleman at kdieleman@rnao.ca