HSABC Webinar: Harm Reduction 102
June 22, 2021, 10:00 - 11:30 AM
In harm reduction 102, we will move beyond the what, and focus on the how. More so, what is it that makes harm reduction so effective in improving the health and well-being of marginalized populations.
Lastly, we will look towards emerging practices and the future of advocacy. This includes safe supply, decriminalization, legalization, regulation, and drug user liberation.
Instructor: Cory Ranger
'Corey Ranger is a registered nurse with experience working in harm reduction across Alberta--he has facilitated blood-borne pathogens programming for street-entrenched individuals in Edmonton's inner-city core; worked on the harm reduction team in Calgary; started HIV programming in Brooks; and most recently been responsible for implementing naloxone programming and supervised consumption services (SCS) in Medicine Hat. Corey has been a post-secondary instructor for community and mental health nursing at Medicine Hat College, and is an advocate for evidence-informed, pragmatic public policy. Corey is currently project manager for BCcampus, responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of a provincial peer training curriculum and standards of practice (SOP).'
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