Library Resources for the Opioid Crisis

Reposted from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region

Though the severity of the current opioid crisis is shocking, it is not surprising to find public librarians supporting the needs of their communities. The National Library of Medicine has compiled resources to assist librarians and other first responders to ensure that they understand the complex legal and medical issues this crisis presents:

Discover other ways librarians respond to disasters and emergencies with the NLM Disaster Health bibliography, and stay tuned for more information later this summer about an NLM Disaster Health webinar on this topic.

From the DISASTR-OUTREACH-LIB email list
Submitted by Robin Taylor, MLIS
Contractor, ICF
Disaster Information Management Research Center

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