The opioid epidemic sweeping the nation has hit Oregon hard. It’s hurting our families and our communities, and we know that prescription painkillers are the on-ramp to dependence and addiction for many.
Learn about a new equitable and culturally-responsive campaign that will launch later this year to help address Oregon’s opioids crisis by empowering people to use non-opioid options for pain management after injury or surgery.
Hear about the groundbreaking research aimed at uncovering how people think about short-term pain and pain management, focusing on communities who’ve experienced significant disparities in health including American Indian/Alaska Natives, rural Oregonians, African Americans and Latino communities.
After you register, you will receive a webinar link and instructions. Please register by Tuesday, June 11.