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Date

2020-09-22

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Video

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This presentation will discuss the risk and resource environment surrounding the syndemic of opioid use disorder, HCV and overdose in rural communities in the northern New England, and opportunities to prevent Scott County-like HIV outbreaks. These findings are from the Drug Injector Surveillance and Care Enhancement in Rural Northern New England (DISCERNNE) study.

Keywords

opioid use disorder, hepatitis C, overdose, outbreaks, New England, DISCERNNE

DOI

10.13028/envj-7v18

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The Opioid-related Syndemic in Rural Northern New England: Findings from the DISCERNNE Study

This presentation will discuss the risk and resource environment surrounding the syndemic of opioid use disorder, HCV and overdose in rural communities in the northern New England, and opportunities to prevent Scott County-like HIV outbreaks. These findings are from the Drug Injector Surveillance and Care Enhancement in Rural Northern New England (DISCERNNE) study.