Take-home Naloxone Recruitment

Would you like to share your views on opioid overdose and naloxone?

If so, we would like to speak to you.

A new study based at Curtin University aims to explore personal experiences of opioid medication consumption and knowledge of take-home naloxone.

The study is open to anyone aged 18 and over.
People with past experiences are also encouraged to participate.

The purpose of the study is to gather information about experiences after taking opioid medication and your knowledge of take-home naloxone (a drug that reverses the effects of opioid overdose). We are keen to hear from you even if you haven’t heard of take-home naloxone before. This research will help us develop an online information resource about take-home naloxone.

Participation involves a confidential audio recorded interview of about one hour, and you will be reimbursed $50 for your time.

The interviews will be conducted in a location of your choice.

For additional information, or to participate in the study, please contact Adrian Farrugia on 03 9079 2205 / 0467 633 751 or at: [email protected]

Further information can be found on the flyer located here or on the website here.

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