The Health Policy Graduate Association at the School of Public Environmental Affairs welcomes you to a panel discussion of the impact of the opioid crisis on Indiana University. Bringing together experts from academia and the field, this event will focus on the impact opioids have had on the student population as well as reform efforts to address collective and individual harm reduction, criminal justice, and prevention. The issues discussed will range from the data on opioid related harms to the barriers to getting treatment to those in need. A hackathon coordinated with the Data Science Club will utilize drug testing data and visualization.
- Impact of the opioid crisis on students
- Mental health services, impacts of overdose, and the “frontline” of the crisis in Indiana
- Pragmatic solutions - getting individuals help, addressing the factors that lead to addiction, harm reduction, criminal justice
- - Criminal justice issues and reform
View the event flyer, and check back for more details soon.