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Naloxonein Scotland 2012/13 Programme

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Training the Trainer part 6 of 6

Training the Trainer part 6 of 6

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  • 1. Naloxone in Scotland (6) The 2012/13 programmeA national resource of expertise on drug issues
  • 2. Naloxone in Scotland 2012/13Lots more to be done…… 2
  • 3. continue Training/awareness community ‘animation’Families/others to increase confidence Embed within local areas,Ideally available at ALL NSP and via GP 3
  • 4. Some key areas of work…Prisons- to be fully evaluatedContribute to research and evaluation of wider programmeContinued work with MA holder (product)* Training and support to• GP training and resources• Police and custody suits staff• Ambulance service/EMDCs• Regulatory Body (Care Inspectorate)• Work closely with LOCAL COORDINATOR/LEADS 4
  • 5. Key areas of work cont. Greatly develop and support‘Peer Education’ networks 5
  • 6. Training resource pack 6
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  • 8. Theory/practicalTraining- 999!!
  • 9. Thank You! Stephen Malloy Kirsten Horsburgh Scottish Drugs Forum, Glasgow office- 0141 221 1175 www.sdf.org.uk and www.naloxone.org.uk Email stephen@sdf.org.uk kirsten@sdf.org.ukNetworking sitesFacebook - naloxoneLinkedIn – Stephen Malloy / Kirsten HorsburghTwitter - @stephencmalloy / @kirstenlh23