Dalhousie nursing students are learning about Naloxone

T his year during orientation week, some Dalhousie nursing students, faculty and staff will be learning about Naloxone—a temporary antidote to opioid overdose—in a special workshop and training on September 5.

The program is led by Martha Paynter and Brianna Richardson, both PhD nursing students at Dalhousie, in partnership with Direction 180—a community-based methadone clinic in Halifax—and the Nova Scotia Take-Home Naloxone Program.

. . .”

Read full article.

Grace Szucs