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Examining the Impacts of Educational Interventions for Families Affected by Opioid Use

 
Given the magnitude of the opioid crisis, programs that reduce the harms and risks associated with opioid use are needed. Several systematic reviews and primary studies have shown that harm-reduction education and family-based interventions can reduce drug use and lead to more favourable health outcomes. Given this potential, this rapid synthesis was requested to provide evidence to inform whether and how educational interventions can be used for families affected by opioid addiction in areas such as improving maternal, neonatal and parenting outcomes.
Rapid synthesis: