Partnerships Between Public Health and Public Safety to Reduce Drug Overdoses
CDC’s Division of Overdose Prevention is sponsoring the November 2022 supplemental issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice highlighting Partnerships Between Public Health and Public Safety to Reduce Drug Overdose Deaths.
Guest editors of the supplement Sasha Mital and Mallory O’Brien describe the supplement this way in their new editorial “From Silos to Synergy: Public Health and Public Safety Collaborations to Reduce Drug Overdose“:
“We selected a practice-based journal for this supplement to highlight practical information for those who design and implement programs. The articles that follow illustrate the range of work and actors that contribute to these efforts, along with how PH/PS partnerships can contribute to a reduction in overdose deaths.”
Read the supplement here.
Go Behind the Supplement on JPHMP Direct:
- A Data-Driven Response to the Addiction Crisis
- The Massachusetts Department of Public Health Post Overdose Support Team Initiative: A Public Health-Centered Co-Response Model for Post-Overdose Outreach
- First Responder Deflection Programs: Partnerships Across Disciplines
- Public Health and Public Safety Partnerships: Addressing the Overdose Crisis in Maine