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Theme: Stigma

Research, Reports & Media,

Opinion: Drug policy inertia has been driving stigma and overdoses for decades

Research, Reports & Media,

The power of patient voice: Addressing provider stigma toward opioid use disorder through personal narrative

Multimedia Formats, Organizations, Initiatives & Services,

Getting to Tomorrow: Ending the Overdose Crisis

Organizations, Initiatives & Services,

Language matters: Create safer space with less stigma

Multimedia Formats, Organizations, Initiatives & Services,

Crackdown Podcast

Organizations, Initiatives & Services,

Filter Magazine

Education & Training,

Harm Reduction Collection

Education & Training, Research, Reports & Media,

Using Patient Voice to Personalize the Opioid Epidemic: An Evaluation of 2 Educational Interventions

Education & Training, Multimedia Formats,

Videos – Wellington Guelph Drug Strategy

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Communicating about Substance Use in Compassionate, Safe and Non-Stigmatizing Ways

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

A Primer to Reduce Substance Use Stigma in the Canadian Health System

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Mothering and opioids: Addressing stigma – acting collaboratively

Education & Training, Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Indigenous Harm Reduction = Reducing the Harms of Colonization

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Language Matters: Using respectful language in relation to sexual health, substance use, STBBIs and intersecting sources of stigma

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Overcoming Stigma Through Language: A Primer

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Reducing Harms: Recognizing and Responding to Opioid Overdoses in Your Organization

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Changing how we talk about substance use

Guidelines, Handbooks & Toolkits,

Respectful language and stigma regarding people who use substances