OUD & OAT for Non-Prescribers in Primary Care

Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

April 18 | 1200 1300

Health Quality BC

Online (Zoom)

Event Description

This webinar will focus on supporting Primary Care team members in the care of people with substance use disorders. It is designed for team members who are non-prescribers and looking to increase their knowledge about opioid use disorder, available treatments, and effective harm reduction strategies. The session will focus on the current state of the toxic drug crisis in BC and how it is influencing communities across the province. It will also focus on how every member of the health care team plays a role in creating welcoming care spaces for people who use substances and will provide time for participants to ask questions from an expert panel.  

Learning Objectives 

After the webinar, the participants will be able to: 

  1. Identify major risks in the province’s toxic drug supply. 
  2. Identify key treatments and harm reduction strategies for people with Opioid Use Disorder. 
  3. Identify relevant barriers to OUD care in their community and how team members can create welcoming and safe care spaces.  

Event Details

OUD & OAT for Non-Prescribers in Primary Care

Date and Time

April 18, 2024 | 1200 – 1300


Health Quality BC



Health Quality BC HQBC Square Icon with Name Logo White

Providing system-wide leadership to efforts designed to improve the quality of health care in British Columbia.

Find out first about our news and events! 

Sign up for our newsletter.

Territorial Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge that we are living and working with humility and respect on the traditional territories of the First Nations peoples of British Columbia.

We specifically acknowledge and express our gratitude to the keepers of the lands of the ancestral and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, where our main office is located.

We also recognize Métis people and Métis Chartered Communities, as well as the Inuit and urban Indigenous peoples living across the province on various traditional territories.