Take-home Naloxone Program in EDs and Hospitals

These materials are intended for EDs and hospitals who want to set up their own take-home naloxone programs, in collaboation with the Ontario Naloxone Program and local public health units.

Steps for building a take-home naloxone program in the ED

ED Primer for take-home naloxone

Pamphlet – 5 Steps to Save a Life

 

 

 

 

 


 

META:PHI Conference 2022 – Call for Abstracts – CLOSED

META:PHI is excited to announce that we are inviting abstract submissions for our 2022 conference! This year’s conference will again be held virtually, with two days of interactive learning for clinicians, community workers, administrators, researchers, community members, and advocates.

Find out how to submit your abstract here

Take-Home Naloxone Bulletin

The Ontario Naloxone Program (ONP) and META:PHI have prepared a bulletin on the importance of making take-home naloxone available through emergency departments and urgent care centres.

Looking for META:PHI community consultants

In order to improve the quality and credibility of our materials, META:PHI would like to assemble a pool of community consultants to work with us on our knowledge products. We’re hoping to gradually build a diverse group of people with lived and living expertise of substance use to work with us at different stages of material planning and creating in order to ensure that our knowledge products are inclusive, respectful, and informed by the knowledge of these crucial stakeholders. To that end, we’ve worked with some advisors to create a community consultant information sheet and application form; please share with anyone who might be interested in working with us.

Many thanks to Rachel Alexander, Sean LeBlanc, and an anonymous advisor for creating these documents with us!

Please contact Sarah Clarke with any questions.