All Hands on Deck: The Opioid Crisis in Population Health
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It is well known that opioid misuse and abuse have claimed countless lives and represent the modern age’s most pressing drug crisis.
This presentation will outline the demographic, social, and economic impacts and contributing factors to the opioid epidemic in America. We will explore how a medical treatment has become a liability, and what the sociological roots are to the opioid problem in a population health perspective.
This discussion will cover an overview of the differences in individual and population paradigms when analyzing both upstream and downstream factors in a health issue. You’ll learn where you may fit into the bigger picture of addressing pain and the opioid crisis, with practical insights on how to engage with your community.
- Get the context and upstream factors in the opioid epidemic
- Understand the population vs individual perspective of health issues
- Learn implications for care and where health professionals can engage with social determinants
Oregon Institute of Technology
Sophie Nathenson, Ph.D., is a Medical Sociologist and Associate Professor of Population Health at the Oregon Institute of Technology ("Oregon Tech"). Dr. Nathenson designs curriculum, teaches courses, and supervises community health projects. She designed Oregon Tech's Bachelor's Program in Population Health Management in 2014, and in 2015 launched the Population Health Management Research Center alongside her undergraduate students.
In addition to serving as Director of the Population Health Management Research Center, she is faculty in the Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and Masters in Allied Health programs at Oregon Tech. She holds a Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship from Portland State University, and works to develop health curriculum that integrates healthcare, education, private sectors, and community based organizations.
None of the planners or presenters for this educational activity have relevant financial relationship(s) to disclose with ineligible companies whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients.
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