Lessons learned from supervised consumption and overdose prevention sites in Canada
Recorded November 6, 2019. Now available on demand.
This webinar was presented in partnership with the Dr. Peter Centre.
This webinar focuses on lessons learned from a national teleconference network for supervised consumption site (SCS) and overdose prevention site (OPS) service providers.
Initiated in September 2017, this teleconference network serves as a forum for current and prospective service providers to share information and promising practices related to SCS and OPS. To date, more than 60 individuals from 20 Canadian cities have participated. The teleconference network seeks to assist communities in building their capacity to offer SCS/OPS by sharing challenges and innovations among service providers.
This webinar engages participants in a discussion with experts on key themes related to the development of an SCS or an OPS.
Moderator: Amanda Giacomazzo, CATIE
• Patrick McDougall, Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation
• Shaun Hopkins, The Works
• Lorraine Barnaby, Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre
• Jason Mercredi, AIDS Saskatoon
• Cécile Kazatchkine, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network