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Training & Education 
Naloxone Summit 
October 2014 
Elsa Browne
NTA Overdose && NNaallooxxoonnee 
TTrraaiinniinngg PPrrooggrraammmmee,, 22001111 
“…training clarifies the causes 
of over...
ACMD CCoonnssiiddeerraattiioonn ooff 
NNaallooxxoonnee RReeppoorrtt 22001122 
“Evidence … shows that training in all aspec...
Service Evaluation of Scotland's Take-Home 
Naloxone Programme Report May 2014 
Recommendations…consideration is given to:...
The impact of take-home naloxone distribution 
and training on opiate overdose - THN Project in 
Wales. Bennett & Holloway...
The impact of take-home naloxone distribution 
and training on opiate overdose - THN Project in 
Wales. Bennett & Holloway...
Seven aarreeaass ooff lleeaarrnniinngg 
1. Administration sites 
2. Time over which it is effective 
3. Method of administ...
SMMGP e-learning module 
“My hands were 
shaking, I was 
scared. But I knew I 
had to do something 
or he would die. 
Now ...
SMMGP ee--lleeaarrnniinngg mmoodduullee
Letter from Jane Ellison Parliamentary UUnnddeerr-- 
SSeeccrreettaarryy PPuubblliicc HHeeaalltthh, ttoo PPrrooff IIvveerrs...
HHaarrmm RReedduuccttiioonn RReeccoovveerryy 
because there’s no 
recovery in a 
graveyard
AAnnootthheerr ddaayy …… 
naloxone 
Recovery Walk Brighton
All dressed up with nowhere to go…!
AA ccaallll ttoo aaccttiioonn:: 
We accept the things that cannot be changed 
Ask that you have the courage to change what...
Role of training, Elsa Browne
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Role of training, Elsa Browne

  1. 1. Training & Education Naloxone Summit October 2014 Elsa Browne
  2. 2. NTA Overdose && NNaallooxxoonnee TTrraaiinniinngg PPrrooggrraammmmee,, 22001111 “…training clarifies the causes of overdose and dispels myths about how to respond, and leaves people more willing to intervene”
  3. 3. ACMD CCoonnssiiddeerraattiioonn ooff NNaallooxxoonnee RReeppoorrtt 22001122 “Evidence … shows that training in all aspects of overdose response is important alongside naloxone provision, and benefits both service users and carers”.
  4. 4. Service Evaluation of Scotland's Take-Home Naloxone Programme Report May 2014 Recommendations…consideration is given to: •Naloxone training and supply in community pharmacies •Increase the training and take-up of supply (for those leaving prison) •Further exploration of the training of police with regard to naloxone …
  5. 5. The impact of take-home naloxone distribution and training on opiate overdose - THN Project in Wales. Bennett & Holloway Findings 2014 • Confidence in being able to take the required steps to safeguard lives… significantly increased. • Following training, all trainees were willing to put overdose sufferers in the recovery position, check airways, call emergency services, and administer naloxone.
  6. 6. The impact of take-home naloxone distribution and training on opiate overdose - THN Project in Wales. Bennett & Holloway Findings 2014 • Training led to increased knowledge about overdose and use of naloxone and other appropriate actions, and increased confidence and willingness to take action. • Trainees …were willing and able to use naloxone and that its use was generally straightforward.
  7. 7. Seven aarreeaass ooff lleeaarrnniinngg 1. Administration sites 2. Time over which it is effective 3. Method of administration 4. Overdose risk factors 5. Signs of an overdose 6. Appropriate methods of dealing with an OD Reference: The impact of take-home naloxone distribution and training on opiate overdose - THN Project in Wales. Bennett & Holloway.
  8. 8. SMMGP e-learning module “My hands were shaking, I was scared. But I knew I had to do something or he would die. Now when I look at him, I smile inside”.
  9. 9. SMMGP ee--lleeaarrnniinngg mmoodduullee
  10. 10. Letter from Jane Ellison Parliamentary UUnnddeerr-- SSeeccrreettaarryy PPuubblliicc HHeeaalltthh, ttoo PPrrooff IIvveerrsseenn.. JJuullyy 22001144 “till October 2015… this will allow for organisations to plan for the training …” Will somebody please tell the Minister we’re doing it already!?
  11. 11. HHaarrmm RReedduuccttiioonn RReeccoovveerryy because there’s no recovery in a graveyard
  12. 12. AAnnootthheerr ddaayy …… naloxone Recovery Walk Brighton
  13. 13. All dressed up with nowhere to go…!
  14. 14. AA ccaallll ttoo aaccttiioonn:: We accept the things that cannot be changed Ask that you have the courage to change what you can and the wisdom to make a difference. Now.

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