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Dr. Katie Gifford, Policy Scientist, CCRS
Dr. Katie Gifford of CCRS was one of the presenters in a webinar hosted by the Center for Drug & Health Studies entitled "Using and Understanding Data to Improve Prescription Drug Misuse Prevention Programs and Practices". The webinar, which originally aired in January, is available online for viewing ( https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ou_CWrm-mK_UohVkvi0JN6hpYI86vsGs/view) and includes an overview and historical context of the prescription drug misuse crisis in the U.S. and in Delaware, and demonstrations of several national and local sources of data including My Healthy Community, Policy Map, and the State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW). An accompanying handout provides an overview of several easily accessible resources for Delaware-specific data.
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