Publication name: General Practitioner Engagement with the Scottish National Naloxone Programme: A Needs Assessment Project
Date: 12 February 2013
Description: The Scottish National Naloxone Programme was launched in November 2010 following successful pilots in Scottish sites. The aim of the programme is to reduce Scotland’s high number of drug-related deaths (DRDs) caused by opiate overdose.
This needs assessment was commissioned to ensure GPs’ views and knowledge are considered to maximise engagement of GPs in the Scottish National Naloxone Programme.
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