“Lessons from COVID-19: What the Pandemic Tells Us About Opportunities for Addressing America’s Opioid Crisis”
Hosted by the WashU Brown School of Social Work
Our nation was in the midst of a public health crisis before COVID-19 ever claimed a victim: the epidemic of opioid addiction. An examination of the response to COVID-19 offers a lens to consider the data monitoring and clinical supports needed to most effectively address our opioid crisis. This session is led by Associate Professor David Patterson Silver Wolf.
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