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While prescription opioids serve an invaluable role for the treatment of cancer pain and pain at the end of life, their overuse for acute and chronic non-cancer pain as well as the increasing availability of heroin and illicit fentanyl, have contributed to the highest rates of overdose and opioid addiction in U.S. history. Evidence-informed solutions are urgently needed to address these issues and to promote high-quality care for those with pain. This course and the report it is based on are a response to that need. They offer timely information and a path forward for all who are committed to addressing injuries and deaths associated with opioids in the United States....

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IA

May 23, 2020

Amazing course! I have learned so much from the wide array of lecturers and I am now planning on specialising on this subject through my MPH next year

FG

Feb 25, 2020

Excellent course with really key figures presenting the research and collaborative work in this evolving epidemic ty to all

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von Isabelle-Maria A

May 23, 2020

Amazing course! I have learned so much from the wide array of lecturers and I am now planning on specialising on this subject through my MPH next year

von Fadi G

Feb 25, 2020

Excellent course with really key figures presenting the research and collaborative work in this evolving epidemic ty to all

von Mfon, I V

Sep 23, 2020

Fantastic!!!

von Stephanie L

Apr 07, 2020

There was two videos that I was unable to watch because although they were slotted for at least 15 minutes there was only two or three minutes…Other than that it was a very nice course a very good course very informative

von A. F M M H B

Jul 01, 2020

The instructor uses only slide which is boring.