Opiod Task Force
Identifies and coordinates current research, education, and community service that UToledo faculty and students are engaged in .
They meet with community and government leaders to strengthen partnerships and identify funding sources for future collaboration. Co-chaired by Dr. Linda Lewandowski dean of the UToledo College of Nursing and Dr. Amy Thomson, professor of public health andpresident of the Faculty Senate.
Adult Detoxification Inpatient Unit - http://utmc.utoledo.edu/clinics/detox_unit/index.html
This UToledoMC 10-bed unit has a dedicated team of nurses, social workers and other staff with training and experience in detox and behavioral health. The detox unit will help patients safely manage the physical symptoms of withdrawal associated with stopping drug or alcohol abuse and then connect them with services to enhance their possibility for success in overcoming addiction
Opioid Summit—April 20. 2018 - http://www.utoledo.edu/research/opioid-research/summit/
UToledo researchers mobilized a wide-ranging expertise to help state leaders find new solutions to fight public health crisis.
The Regional Library Systems, the State Library of Ohio, and OhioNET are conducting a day-long event in several locations on August 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th.
It is an opportunity for education, discussion, listening, and learning centered around the opioid epidemic and the role that libraries can play in response to it.
Margaret Hoogland, Mulford Clinical Medical Librarian will be attending the NW Region conference on August 8th. Conference summary will be posted through the Mulford Library FB and Twitter pages.
All linked through the Mulford Library Home Page — http://www.utoledo.edu/library/mulford/