Presentation on theme: "Collegiate Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Conference The Ohio State University August 8, 2012 Ray Bullman National Council on Patient Information and."— Presentation transcript:
Collegiate Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Conference The Ohio State University August 8, 2012 Ray Bullman National Council on Patient Information and Education (NCPIE) Resources for Collegiate Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention
About the National Council on Patient Information and Education (NCPIE) Multi-stakeholder coalition -- healthcare professionals, consumer & patient groups, pharma industry, govt. agencies. One of the original patient safety coalitions. Mission: Stimulate / improve communication of information on safe/appropriate medicine use to consumers &healthcare professionals Convener, Catalyst, Clearinghouse of ideas & information to advance members shared mission. Medicine Education Team – Patient is key player
Supporting You as a Campus & Community Influencer -- Heres Whats Available Not Worth the Risk- Even If Its Legal -- Multi- media materials, including TV & radio spots, print articles in English and Spanish; brochures for parents & teens Maximizing Your Role as a Teen Influencer: What You Can Do to Help Prevent Teen Prescription Drug Abuse (turn-key outreach / educational workshop, web-based; free)
Supporting You as a Campus & Community Influencer Heres Whats Available Taking Action to Prevent & Address Prescription Drug Abuse: A Resource Kit or College Campuses (web-based; free) Recovery Opens Doors: An Online Resource for Young People in Recovery; 2012
Not Worth the Risk: Even if its Legal Designed for…. YOU Teens Parents Community Coalitions Local media Healthcare providers Educators Handouts for Teens & Parents to stimulate & enhance communication TV and Radio Spots Print Articles
Maximizing Your Role as a Teen or Young Adult Influencer Designed for…. You Community Coalition Outreach Educators Teachers, Coaches, PTA Leaders Healthcare providers: – prescribers -pharmacists PowerPoint Presentation Presenters Guide Role Playing Scenarios Printable PDF handouts Brochure for Educators Brochure for Health Providers
Who is a Teen and Young Adult Influencer? Anyone who interacts with teens and young people regularly, and can have a positive influence: You Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles Teachers & Coaches School administrators Community-based healthcare professionals
… You Can Pass Knowledge Forward … The Teen Influencer Workshop Materials include everything needed to plan a 45-minute presentation for a group of teen influencers in your community. It will walk you through the steps needed to plan, promote, present, and assess a workshop in your community, school, place of worship, or other settings.
You Can Influence Others …. Pass forward the facts about prescription drug abuse. Dispel common myths. Provide tips for communicating with young people. Empower friends, colleagues, others in your community to take an active role to reduce prescription drug abuse. Create awareness about treatment & recovery resources
A Resource Kit for Americas College Campuses Available at Student leaders now have a new resource to spread the word about the negative impact of prescription drug abuse on their peers' health and safety.
A Resource Kit for College Campuses Can help you inform & mobilize your campus community to raise awareness about and address the misuse and abuse of prescription medicines. Downloads to equip peer educators, RAs, peer health educators, student government leaders, Greek life or campus clubs, among others with practical information & programming ideas to educate students about Rx drug abuse prevention & treatment, and also to help build skills so students can take action.
Whats in the College Campus Resource Kit? -- Introduction and How to Checklist -- Get the Facts Fact sheet -- 5 Things You Can Do to Address Rx Drug Abuse on Your Campus -- Template news article -- What You Can Do: Tips for Engaging Campus Leaders -- Key messages for peer leaders (over dozen) Visit:
NEW -- Recovery Opens Doors: An Online Resource for Young People in Recovery Hands-on input from young people in recovery on campus and off Real-world video vignettes Six Doors of helpful content and resources you can use Mobile Site for instant access
Recovery Opens Doors: An Online Resource for Young People in Recovery Recovery Opens Doors: Door 1 - Learn the Facts Door 2 - Find Your Voice Door 3 - Speak for Change Door 4 - Pass It On Door 5 - Tools You Can Use Door 6 - Get Help
Door 1: Learn the Facts
Learn the Facts – Video Users Guide
Thank You Ray Bullman Executive Vice President National Council on Patient Information & Education (NCPIE) 200-A Monroe Street, Suite 212 Rockville, MD (301) – phone –