Ethics in Healthcare - The Opioid Epidemic
Every day, an average of 115 Americans die from opioid overdose. And over the past decade, the number of opioid-related deaths has risen steadily and significantly. As we strive to overcome this crisis, we are tasked with answering two very important questions: How did we get here? And what can we do to change the situation, both now and in the future? Join us as experts share the truth behind the opioid epidemic.
Moderated by James Hornstein, MD
- Sgt. Detective Victor Fazio, Ed.D Narcotic Division, Ventura County Sheriff's Department
- Dan Hicks Ventura County Behavioral Health, Chair, VC Prescription Abuse and Heroin Network
- Dr. Brad Speigel Pain Management and Anesthesiology, Newbury Park
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