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Naloxone Training Protocol
This training protocol was developed in response to Oregon Laws 2013, Chapter 340.
 
Opiate overdose requiring lifesaving treatment occurs in a wide variety of settings and circumstances, creating a need for training a variety of overdose responders. In recognition of this need, Oregon law authorizes a wide range of organizations to provide training on lifesaving treatments for opiate overdose, including public health authorities and organizations and other appropriate entities that provide services to individuals who take opiates.