Recent Research from the ODPRN

The Opioid Mortality Surveillance Report: Analysis of opioid-related deaths in Ontario July 2017-June 2018

This report aims to advance understanding of the current rise of opioid-related deaths, as well as inform public health practice and system planning that addresses opioid-related harms in the province.

Naloxone Distribution Across Ontario: A brief report

This study aimed to measure the uptake of naloxone through both the pharmacy- and community- based programs in Ontario and to assess if distribution benchmarks were achieved.

Opioid Use Among First Nations in Ontario: A report of current findings

This report was prepared for the purpose of sharing current findings on opioid use among registered First Nations with COO and the Chiefs in Assembly.

Quality of primary care among individuals receiving treatment for opioid use disorder

This study sought to determine if people receiving opioid agonist treatment, a long-term treatment approach, are also receiving high-quality primary care.

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