Supplemental Opioid Training for First Responders

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Supplemental Opioid Training for First Responders

At Relias, our mission is to measurably improve the lives of the most vulnerable members of society and those who care for them. We know that you, as a first responder, are often on the front lines, helping people when they need it the most.

 

We created this collection of courses for law enforcement and first responders to help better prepare them to help people suffering from opioid addiction.

 

These courses are offered to you at no charge, compliments of Relias Academy.

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Here's What's Included (and it's free!)

 

 

Pain Management and Rise of Opioid Abuse

 

The goal of this webinar is to present general information on the common types of pain, how opioid medications are used to treat pain, and factors that have contributed to the abuse of opioids over the past couple of decades.

 

What is Kratom?

 

The goal of this webinar is to present general information on what Kratom is, its legal status in the United States, its use for pain management and recreation, and its potential side effects.

 

Opioids: From Treatment to Epidemic

 

The goal of this webinar is to present general information on how the use of opioids has progressed from being used to treat pain to a major epidemic of drug abuse in the United States, as well as how naloxone is being used by non-medical persons to prevent opiate overdose deaths.

 

Opioids: Diminishing Returns for Pain Management and Increasing Addiction Risk

 

The goal of this webinar is to present general information on the difference between acute and chronic pain and the emotions and behaviors associated with each, the disconnect between the use of opioids to treat chronic pain and the number of people suffering from pain, and how certain types of mental health and medical conditions can have an impact on the risk of addiction to opiates.

 

 

 

How To Get Started

1. Click "Enroll Today" above, or click here to see the package at ReliasAcademy.com, then add it to your cart.

 

2. Proceed through the checkout steps - and don't worry! You won't be charged anything.

 

3.  Once you're finished, the modules will be available 24/7 at ReliasAcademy.com under My Account.

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