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A Multi-Tiered Safety Net Following Naloxone Resuscitation From Opioid Overdose

"These findings from the patient population with OUD declining treatment specifically informed the current study and its proposed research strategy. " The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration published a working definition of recovery from mental and opioid use disorders in 2012, a period of transition in which people can improve their health and fitness, live self-directed lives, and strive to achieve their full potential. Individuals with common life experiences with those serving are delivering Peer recovery assistance services. Since 1998, SAMHSA has funded Recovery Community Services grant programs, and in 2002, the program changed its focus to emphasize peer use for recovery support services. CCAR was established in 1998, with initial funding from the state's Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and one of the first SAMHSA grants. The recovery coaches can also be community organizers to help individuals/families learn sobriety-based daily life, and family companionship. The CCAR Recovery Coach Academy, a 5-day intensive training program that focuses on providing individuals with the necessary skills to mentor, help, and guide anyone who wishes to begin or sustain long-term addiction recovery from heroin. The informal "CCAR recovery coaches" style of care is generally informal, and they aid the individual impacted by OUD in focusing on what he or she can do at the present time to facilitate recovery in the future, as well as assisting those individuals in finding community information. When community health educators were embedded in services to support patients with OUD, small studies and anecdotal successes have been published in a variety of settings. For example, Fairfield County, Ohio's Project FORT Fairfield Overdose Response Team sent a community paramedic and a law enforcement officer to consult with patients after opioid overdoses. After responding to opioid overdoses, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is collaborating with Baltimore City Fire Department's paramedics and the Baltimore Behavioral Health System in a project that will prepare the paramedics and the Behavioral Health System of Baltimore to perform a screening test for OUD and a BNI. Patients with Bup disease and HIV+ were favourably referred to a medical center for BUP care as well as HIV diagnosis and treatment. The Department of Emergency Medicine's research had previously reported that half of all seniors who activated the local 9-1-1 system due to inability to get up after a fall at home would reactivate 9-1-1 within the next 30 days. "Since, a joint venture between research paramedics and home healthcare nurses was established. " "These ED visits and less EMS use among those who received PRIDE services, relative to participants who enrolled but declined visits by PRIDE workers, according to the data that has been unveiled to date. " If offered, we'd like to extend the PRIDE program infrastructure to include a safety net for patients who have been rescued from an opioid overdose with naloxone, two of whom have tested positive for OUD, and three others have refused to start treatment with BUP in the ED, if offered. Referral and Treatment ASSERT recruiters work in the Yale EDs, Education, and Referral To Treatment ASSERT's Recruitment Agents include and accept referrals from CCAR, Project Alcohol & Substance Abuse Services, Education, and Referral to Treatment ASSERT's Rehabilitation Service, Education, and Referral to Rehabilitation ASSERT, as well as a Community Health Care Van. The team's makeup will be changed as a result of this project, from recovering coaches from CCAR with experience PRIDE research paramedics to create RCP Teams. This report will determine whether a novel biopsychosocial intervention after OD changes one the frequency of secondary opioid OD events and 2 the number of people who are receiving OUD therapy or are in remission within 30 to 180 days after intervention. A MINI will be tested by ED providers for OUD following the resuscitation from opioid overdose by naloxone patients in the EDs at YNHH's York St. and Chapel St. campuses, as a result of resuscitation from opioid overdose by naloxone people in the EDs at the York St. and Chapel St. campuses of OUD. "If the patient were to declare curiosity, then the study Team members would schedule an appointment remotely/electronically and/or by phone and/or in person, if preferable to meet at a time and place of the prospective/ participant's choosing. " Following consent and study launch, whether at the hospital or later, the Team will perform a BNI, whose aim is to assist those with substance abuse by using motivational strategies to support those with substance abuse understand their reasons for wanting to address addiction. At any time intervals, the study team will also collect data from participant's medical records. Patients who were admitted to BUP in the ED for the first time in the ED over the same time period and with historical controls will be compared in aggregate with patients who were started on BUP in the ED over the same time period and with historical controls. ".

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04253782


Increasing Naloxone Access for Persons Who Use Opioids: An Online Recruitment and Training Approach to Opioid Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution

"Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States, with over 65% of opioid-related deaths resulting from the use of opioids. " The discovery of an opioid crisis has led to the rise of an opioid overdose epidemic in the last two decades. Naloxone, an opioid antagonist, can be used to treat opioid overdose. Although it is typically administered in Emergency Departments, laypersons have recently been trained by Opioid Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution services to spot signs of opioid abuse and prompt administration of naloxone in homes and community settings while awaiting medical services. Several studies have shown that OEND drugs reduce opioid overdose deaths and are safe and cost-effective. However, OEND services are commonly implemented in urban areas as part of large medical center research, needle exchanges, or drug therapy services. Craigslist will find Opioid users at risk of overdose online. Participants will complete an opioid use questionnaire and indicate if they are interested in receiving opioid overdose and naloxone administration education if eligible. This project's success could help with the growth of this critical harm reduction policy to high-risk individuals in areas that do not have traditional OEND services. ".

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04303000

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