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RESPOND to PREVENT: Stepwise Pharmacy Naloxone Study

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RESPOND TO PREVENT: Stepwise Pharmacy Naloxone Study

This multi-site study will test the efficacy of an intervention to train and equip pharmacists to provide naloxone, an overdose antidote, to patients using prescribed and illicit opioids, to improve opioid safety and prevent opioid-involved adverse events. The study will carry out a stepped-wedge, cluster randomized trial implemented over five waves, within two chain community pharmacies across four states with varying pharmacy-based naloxone distribution laws: Oregon, Washington, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Our specific study aims are to: 1) integrate two successful demonstration research projects into one cohesive educational program (MOON+), 2) evaluate the effectiveness of MOON + on naloxone-related outcomes, and 3) use mixed methods to further explore the impact and implementation of MOON+ and associated factors (e.g., state policy, store policy, region).

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Behavioral - MOON+

MOON+ is an intervention to support the pharmacy and pharmacist to improve opioid safety and naloxone provision. Materials include educational trainings, materials for use with pharmacists, information for patients, and materials for standardizing overdose safety at the pharmacy

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Intervention to Increase Naloxone Engagement and Distribution in Community Pharmacies: A Four-State Randomized Trial

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NCT03545321

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