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Congressional Briefing on the Opioid Epidemic: Findings from Public Health Research Experts

congressionalbriefingOn Monday, June 19, Pitt Public Health's Dean Donald S. Burke and fellow ASPPH leaders converged on the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C., to discuss the complex and dynamic processes at work in the opioid crisis. Deans representing public health schools in five contiguous states in the Appalachian region shared their findings and unique approaches to confronting the course of the epidemic.

Addressing the standing-room-only crowd, Burke spoke about the epidemiology of the crisis and the need for better information on costs. "Billions [of dollars] are needed, and we don't have a good handle on the magnitude of the epidemic. We need data." Read more.

 

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