Education and distribution turns community members into first responders and is key in overcoming the opioid epidemic, despite what some critics of the drug say.
A veteran primary care physician discusses the subtleties of prescribing opioids and treating people with chronic pain and substance use disorders appropriately.
The words we use to describe substance use disorders can reshape perceptions, a necessary step toward reducing the morbidity and mortality of the current opioid crisis.
For busy primary care providers managing substance use disorders and chronic pain in their clinics, expert help is a phone call away.
It’s no mystery that the U.S. healthcare system isn’t doing its best to keep Americans healthy.