How to Use a Naloxone Kit in the Event of an Overdose (NC)

Resource Type: Video
Year: 2020
Organization/Source: NC Healthcare Assocation
Tags: Harm Reduction, Naloxone, Patient Education, Provider Education

This video shows how to use a naloxone kit in the event of an overdose, and it includes North Carolina-specific information. This video was created by UC Davis Center for Design in the Public Interest (DiPi) and funded by the North Carolina Division of Public Health: Injury Violence Prevention Branch and is free and available for public use.
Time to watch: 5:50


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