Opioid Check is a package of free tools, e-learning, videos and other resources designed for Queensland-based health and community service workers who engage with people who use opioids.
An A3 clinical tool designed to assist health practitioners structure a 20-30 minute ultra-brief intervention with someone who uses opioids.
Hard copies available
(opens in new window) The Qld MATOD Clinical Guidelines align with national directions and recommendations, and incorporate the latest clinical evidence for treatment of opioid dependence.
A reference tool for withdrawal management focussing on opioids.
(opens in new window) Brief 2-page factsheet suitable for the general public.
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We would like to thank all of the stakeholders and contributors who assisted with the development of these resources including Dr Jeremy Hayllar, Dr Mark Daglish, Peter Cochrane, Dr Bill Loveday, Samantha Clark, Louise Durant, Dan Phillips, Kiara Willis, Jim Finn and Jeff Buckley. Artwork, video and design by Benjamin Dougherty and Niall Steward.
NB: The resources in this toolkit are not for general distribution and discretion should be used when providing them to others. They are not suitable for distribution in the classroom.
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