more emphasis on providing naloxone to those at risk for an opioid overdose

You'll see more emphasis on providing naloxone to those at risk for an opioid overdose...due to its switch to nonprescription status.

Naloxone (S.O.S. Naloxone) is already available in BC without a prescription...and it will likely become available soon in other areas.

Watch for your provincial or territorial licensing body to put out updates on naloxone's status, pharmacist training, patient resources, etc.

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