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Professional Development Certificate in Harm Reduction and Overdose Prevention is a Course

Professional Development Certificate in Harm Reduction and Overdose Prevention

Started Jan 1, 2018

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About the Course

The five-part Harm Reduction Series packaged as one course to provide a Professional Development Certificate in Harm Reduction and Overdose Prevention (Principles of Harm Reduction, Stigma, Safer Injection, Overdose Prevention and Response, and Outreach/Engagement).

The purpose of this series is to help you develop a better understanding of the practice of harm reduction and overdose prevention for opioid and opiate abuse.

Meet the Instructor

Dr. Carrie Lawrence is a practitioner-academic and public health advocate with several years of practice experience in nonprofit and social services. Her applied research examines addressing social justice, health disparities and inequalities by empowering communities to collectively act upon their own health priorities, inform program design and development as well as health policy and system transformation. Dr. Lawrence has initiated several community-based participatory and translational research projects employing multiple methods that engage and empower community members in identifying, leveraging and sustaining local resources to promote and support individual health.

 

Length: ~10 hours

 

Department: 
School of Public Health

 

Credit: Certificate

 

Audience: Everyone

How to Get a CEU Certificate

In order to receive a certification of completion with continuing education (CEU), you must enroll in the course. Also, you must score 80% or higher on the Assessment.

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