This monthly call featured discussion of a prescription drug monitoring program in Missouri, fighting the opioid crisis in rural communities, prescription rates for opioids, a recap of policy priorities and events, and more.
This in-person meeting featured discussion of NIH Public-Private initiatives to address the opioid crisis, the Center for Disease Control's campaign on opioid abuse, advocacy and policy priorities, working group and organizational updates, and more.
The letters, addressed to the chairs and ranking members of the appropriations committees in both bodies, highlight the work of CEPOP, identify the current state of the opioid crisis ravaging the country, and advocated for funding for several programs related to the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, local and regional grants and other relevant policy considerations.
The letter from CEPOP maintains the draft report could significantly impede access to abuse deterrent formulations of opioids and recommends suspension of the project or further additional assessments.
This monthly call featured discussion of policy topics related to the President's Commission Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, federal policy priorities, recent and upcoming related events and updates from participants.
This monthly call featured discussion of policy topics related to the fiscal year 2018 federal budget, primary prevention, safe use, CEPOP events, and related items.
This monthly call featured discussion of policy topics including opioid-prescribing patterns of emergency physicians and state responses to the opioid epidemic.
This monthly call featured discussion of policy topics including State-Based Responses to the Opioid Epidemic and Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs.
This monthly call featured discussion of goal setting for 2017 action plans and consensus planning activities.
This monthly call featured discussion of policy topics including the FY 2017 Appropriations and the Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs and Health.