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Recognising and Responding to Amphetamine Intoxication/Toxicity and Opioid Overdose

 

Overview

This training has been designed for frontline workers who come into regular contact with clients who use amphetamines and/or opioids.

The aim of the training is to increase participants' knowledge and confidence in managing amphetamine intoxication/toxicity and opioid overdose, with the purpose of improved service provision, better engagement, and reducing harms associated with amphetamines and opioid use.

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

Frontline workers from a range of settings who are likely to come into contact with amphetamine or opioid using clients on a regular basis are encouraged to attend this training.

Applications for this course close on 23 January 2018.

Contacts

Workforce Development Administration Officer
Mental Health Commission
Ph: (08) 6553 0560

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Last updated: 12 January 2018
 
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