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Media & Publications

NPR All Things Considered | On college campuses, making overdose medication readily available
Pharmacy Today | Patients can get—and pharmacists can provide—naloxone at the pharmacy. Why don’t they?
Belleville News-Democrat | Can you really overdose from fentanyl in the air? Here’s what medical experts say.
Austin American-Statesman | “We are not immune” – how the opioid crisis is hitting Central Texas
Spectrum News | Lone star crisis – the opioid epidemic
KXAN | UT looks to take on youth addiction with Pop-Up Institute
Spectrum News | Trump unveils opioid plan
Drug Topics | Four ways pharmacists are fighting opioid abuse
Houston Chronicle | Texas college students, fearing opioid deaths, teach each other to reverse overdoses
Alcalde | How Texas is Trying to Stay Ahead of the Opioid Epidemic
Han JK, Hill LG, Koenig ME, Das N. Naloxone Counseling for Harm Reduction and Patient Engagement. Fam Med. 2017;49(9):730-3.
UT News | This is Why the Opioid Crisis is as Dangerous as a Terrorist Attack
The Utopian | Minimizing Harm
NPR Marketplace | Overdose Prevention on College Campuses
iForumRx | Coprescribing Naloxone: A Moral Imperative (iTunes / PodBean)
iForumRx | Opioid Safety & Overdose Prevention Resource Page
The Daily Texan | College of Pharmacy Combats Opioid Overdose with Campus Campaign
The Daily Texan | Co-op Residents Prepare for Overdose Emergencies by Participating in Operation Naloxone


Director
Lucas G. Hill, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP
UT College of Pharmacy

Co-Director
Lori K. Holleran Steiker, PhD, ACSW
UT School of Social Work
Lori Holleran Steiker PhD
Collaborating Faculty
Mark Kinzly, TONI
Charles Thibodeaux, TONI
Paloma Falcon, AHRC
Kirk Evoy, PharmD, BCACP
Joy Alonzo, PharmD

Student Leaders
Director: Lisa Garcia
Austin Chairs: Caitlin Vogt, Maddie Burgess
San Antonio Chairs: Lindsey Groff, Kimberly Nguyen, Robert Moton

Rio Grande Valley Chair: Fernanda Delgado