Med Students' Paper Born of Bass Team on Opiate Epidemic

March 28, 2019

Paper looks at emergency departments as naloxone distribution sites

Picture of ambulances at emergency department

Ambulances at an emergency department

Two medical students are the lead authors on a new paper, “The Emergency Department as an Opportunity for Naloxone Distribution: A Systematic Review,” published in the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. Congratulations to Alexander Gunn and Zachary Smothers, now medical students, and former members of the Bass Connections project team, "Stemming the Opiate Epidemic through Education and Outreach." Please click HERE for the full story on the Bass Connections website.

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