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Kathryn Dong
Addiction Medicine / Emergency Medicine / Inner City Health & Wellness. Views and opinions expressed are my own.
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Kathryn Dong Nov 4
Thank you and for your commitment to ending homeless in AB
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Kathryn Dong Oct 24
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UAlbertaSPH 12 Sep 19
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Kathryn Dong 16 Aug 19
Thanks Corinne!!
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Erica Dance 14 Aug 19
⁩, ⁦⁩ and I started our training together many years ago... Tonight we celebrated our promotions to Clinical Professor in the ⁦⁩ together with our families. I’m so lucky to have such amazing support and friendship. ❤️❤️
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Kathryn Dong 13 Jun 19
Replying to @drlhayer
Congratulations!!!!
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Kathryn Dong 13 Jun 19
We’d love to have you!
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Kathryn Dong 7 Jun 19
Congrats to the on the expansion of ED initiated buprenorphine/naloxone across AB
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Kathryn Dong 16 May 19
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International Network of Drug Consumption Rooms 6 May 19
poster "Staff perspectives on implementing services in an acute care hospital in , " by 🍁
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ARCH Team 2 May 19
Don’t miss presenting at Festival of Health on “Caring for people who use drugs”
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CBC News 23 Apr 19
The synthetic cannabinoid linked to a so-called "zombie" outbreak in New York was found mixed with heroin, fentanyl, and caffeine.
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Pivot Legal Society 19 Apr 19
"People have to be bold enough to take the steps that are needed to end the crisis.”
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Kathryn Dong 19 Apr 19
Peer support workers 7 days a week, 8 hours per day (expanding to 16 hrs/day once we open access to our SCS to ED patients); RN in the ED 16 hours per day finding patients at risk and helping initiate treatment
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Andrea Woo | 鄔瑞楓 11 Apr 19
The latest adulterant to B.C.’s unregulated drug supply is a benzo analogue that’s not showing up in local drug checks, knocking ppl down for hours at a time and increasing the risk of overdose death. “It’s a different kind of overdose."
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Dr. Brian Goldman 11 Apr 19
A serious problem that is getting worse.
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Travis Lupick 11 Apr 19
"It is unacceptable that an essential health service [supervised injection] is subject to political whims, and is not available equally across the country." By , Jen Ko, , Sarah Ovens, & , in .
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AddictionDay.ca 9 Apr 19
We have a free, accredited initiative-- Opioid Dependency Treatment Virtual Health Learning--that we livestream once a month! We livestream this Friday via this link at 0900MST: …. We have an expert panel that does Q&A with the audience too!
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Justin J. Koh 10 Apr 19
What competencies do EM residents need in order to address the opioid crisis? How does this fit in with CBME and EPAs? Check out our CJEM commentary (a collaborative effort across 3 provinces!) @qpaterson
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Kathryn Dong 10 Apr 19
Key ED interventions for addressing the opioid crisis
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