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The objective of these programs is to help get those with substance use disorder into safe and confidential treatment. Each year sees the death of colleagues due to accidental overdose of powerful anesthesia-based drugs.
Wearing Masks I (1995)
Wearing Masks II (10 years later, 2005)
Wearing Masks II: The Potential for Drug Addiction in Anesthesia, Revised with New Information, courtesy of All Anesthesia. This is a continuation in the overall program to educate about substance addiction in anesthesia. Wearing Masks I has been used for more than 10 years with anesthesia groups. The concentration now is in the workplace to help co-workers understand how substance addiction works, from the inside of an impaired practitioner’s mind and how to recognize the signs and patterns of addiction.
Wearing Masks III
Wearing Masks III: The Potential for Drug Addiction in Anesthesia.
Alcohol and Drug Education and Support
- Dick Prody Series on Alcohol Drug Education (KeepSober.org)
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