This winter, the Ontario Pharmacists Association (OPA) welcomes pharmacy students to attend two complimentary dinner and learn sessions being hosted on their campus. These sessions are designed to support pharmacy students as well as students in other health disciplines in building awareness and knowledge in addiction and opioid use.
The two sessions cover topics ranging from specifics harms of opioid use, to the broad overview of interdisciplinary care for individuals with opioid addiction. Each session will also be accompanied by a Q&A period, which will serve as a forum for healthy discussion about the topic with the speaker.
These complimentary sessions are made available through funding from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
For more information, visit the Methadone and Opioid Addiction Student Education Program website.