Greg Scott talking about family engagement around naloxone, and the power this has. Including why it’s important for all of us to have easy access to naloxone for all family members even if we don’t expect to have a use for it.
This presentation was delivered to the National Needle Exchange Forum meeting in Bournemouth. I was talking about the Harm Reduction Cafe community project that I’ve developed as part of my job with HIT.
Stephen Malloy talks about the importance of naloxone as a tool to reduce drug related deaths. This was filmed when naloxone had been made easily available in Scotland but the rest of the UK was still lagging behind in terms of legal access.
Nigel Brunsdon has been delivering harm reduction focused training for over a decade to some of the biggest drug service providors in the UK. All courses are focused on practical skills and can be delivered to delegates at any existing knowledge level.