Recorded Webinars/ Presentation Slides

Getting the Message Right! Considerations for Media Campaigns to Prevent Opioid Misuse and Overdose

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, June 2017 Media campaigns can be an important part of a comprehensive plan to prevent the non-medical use of prescription drugs (NMUPD) and opioid overdoses. This archived webinar presents key steps for... read more

Collaborative Safety Planning to Reduce Risk in Suicidal Patients: A Key Component of the Zero Suicide Model

Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention, July 26, 2017 The Zero Suicide model builds on the foundational belief that death by suicide for individuals receiving care within the health and behavioral health system is preventable. Collaborative safety... read more

Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Prevention Strategies from the Research Literature (Part 3)

SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies, 2017 This webinar summary (available in the PDF link above) describes the final in a three-part series, the webinar explores strategies aimed at reducing the harm (i.e., fatal and non-fatal... read more

Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Prevention Strategies from the Research Literature (Part 2)

SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies, 2017 This webinar summary (available in the PDF link above) describes the second in a three-part series, the webinar explores strategies aimed at decreasing the availability and diversion of prescription... read more

Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse: Prevention Strategies from the Research Literature (Part 1)

SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies, 2017 This webinar summary (available in the PDF link above) describes the first in a three-part series, the webinar explores strategies for preventing prescription drug misuse that focus on reducing... read more

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