Overdose - could you save a life?

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Overdose - could you save a life?

We are excited to announce our next event for this semester! We will be raising awareness of Naloxone, and what to do if you are faced with an overdose emergency.

Substance misuse is a common occurrence within any healthcare professionals role, and it is crucial all opiate users have access to naloxone. Therefore why not come along to our session on Tuesday 22nd March where there will be a presentation delivered by Drug Action and a NHS substance misuse specialist, where you can learn how you can help to save someones life!

The event will start at 5.30 in the Sir Ian Wood building (RSE), room N242, and run for approximately 45 minutes, we will also provide FREE pizza for all members.

** New members welcome, you can join for the year for £5 on the night **


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