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The Danger of Opioids


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What You Need to Know about Opioids

  • What are Opioids and Opioid Addiction Epidemic
  • What’s caused the epidemic
  • List of Opioid names
  • Illicit street names
  • Identifying Opioid use symptoms
  • When does addiction grab hold?
  • Treatment
  • Overdose
  • What can I do?

Help employees understand opioids, their origin, the start of the addiction crisis, and how to opioids are different from other pain relieving drugs. This program helps employees know the dangers of use and the potential for addiction. Viewers learn who is at risk, myths and misconceptions, signs and symptoms of use and addiction, withdrawal, how addiction can start, how to avoid accidentally becoming addicted to opioids, the different types of opioids and their names, signs of overdose emergency, avoiding enabling, intervening with loved ones, the promise of treatment, and how the EAP can help.

This editable and brandable program (PowerPoint presentation, DVD, video, or self-contained web course) educates employees/ supervisors about the content presented. This is a no-fluff program. It is fast moving, practical, and memorable. All formats include a reproducible, editable handout, and test questions to engage learners. Choose any format. Get two media formats and take 50% off the lower-priced format.

Phone 1-800-626-4327 or email for a FREE PREVIEW of the full program. Choose from multiple formats. Choose PowerPoint Sound Show for in-classroom education, or turn off the sound for live instructor training. The DVD format is perfect for any television monitor and most desk or laptop computers and its portability means you can send it anywhere your employees are located. Web movies upload to your server and become part of your Web site for 24/7 access by employees. The web course includes sound, test questions, handout(s), and a certificate of completion.