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Creating safe spaces in health care for people who use drugs

Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 1-2 p.m. atlantic

Register today!

Illicit drug use is often highly stigmatized. As a result, people who use drugs may feel it’s not safe to access care. Stigma acts as a barrier to accessing health services and can affect the provision of nursing care. Harm reduction and cultural safety, when used as clinical frameworks for practice, have been found to help mitigate stigma and enhance access to health care for people who use illicit drugs.

Join this webinar to gain an understanding of:

  • The basics of culturally safe approaches to care for people who use drugs
  • Important considerations and strategies for disrupting drug-related stigma in health-care settings
  • ​ more info on registration page

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Creating safe spaces in health care for people who use drugs

Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 1-2 p.m. atlantic

Register today!

Illicit drug use is often highly stigmatized. As a result, people who use drugs may feel it’s not safe to access care. Stigma acts as a barrier to accessing health services and can affect the provision of nursing care. Harm reduction and cultural safety, when used as clinical frameworks for practice, have been found to help mitigate stigma and enhance access to health care for people who use illicit drugs.

Join this webinar to gain an understanding of:

  • The basics of culturally safe approaches to care for people who use drugs
  • Important considerations and strategies for disrupting drug-related stigma in health-care settings
  • ​ more info on registration page