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Education

The Office of Opioid Safety offers education, tools and resources to MetroHealth providers and staff in all opioid-related needs. 

Additionally, the Office of Opioid Safety has a commitment to offering community-based education and training that includes but not limited to:

  • Community organizations
  • Government agencies
  • Educational systems
  • Corporations and groups

Learn more about the opioid crisis:

If your organization is interested in opioid safety training, please fill out our form and we will get back to you with more information.

Office of Opioid Safety  |  216-778-5677  |  [email protected]

Attendee of opioid safety training reviewing materials and taking notes 

 

Patient on Gurney
Join our MAT Induction in the Emergency Department Learning Community - July through September 2020

A twelve-week curriculum, with two-hour sessions to include structured educational sessions; ongoing technical assistance (TA) delivered through our board-certified emergency and addiction medicine experts, and licensed support staff.  Event is free.  Registration is required.

Learning Community Session Objectives:

  • Identify how to incorporate Peer Support into the ED setting
  • Evaluate for Buprenorphine induction or harm reduction strategies based on patient needs
  • Recognize the symptoms of opioid use disorder in complex ED patients

Register Today
Office of Opioid Safety

Meet our caring and dedicated staff.

216-778-5677  |  [email protected]

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Joan Papp, MD - Office of Opioid Safety  Medical Director

Prescription for Hope

"Prescription for Hope," a podcast from The MetroHealth System, shares the stories of some of the people working to end the crisis and bring the dawn.

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