This document provides guidance on responding to illicit drug poisonings or overdoses in OPS/SCS settings, where there will be a need for flexibility and consideration of the facility, staff training and available resources when implementing public health guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID-19
Respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 are spread in a few ways, including through the air. When people are together indoors, infections can spread more easily.
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Preliminary data regarding SSP operational and service delivery changes during the US’ response to the COVID-19 global pandemic and provide key policy and service provision im- plications for SSPs.
This document is one of six guidance documents by the CRISM network at the request of the federal government to address urgent needs of people who use drugs
Guidance for service providers on how to alter harm reduction practices during pandemic to reduce spread of COVID-19 | Alberta Health Service COVID guidance
“It is important to also integrate strategies that address the existing social determinants of health that impact WHAI’s priority populations of women”
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This protocol was developed in consultation with Toronto Public Health (TPH) infection prevention and control (IPAC) and Public Health Ontario (PHO) IPAC experts regarding the risks associated with AGMPs [(e.g., high flow oxygen therapy, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)] in The Works.