This workshop focuses on jurisdictions who focused on the assembly of key, local stakeholders representing public health and public safety to address the problem of drug overdoses occurring in their communities. Through the use of information sharing tools such as the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP), data dashboards, and overdose fatality review (OFR), these stakeholder groups have turned data into actionable responses to the opioid crisis. Panelists discuss the evolution of their information sharing practices, including instances where the implementation of one process led to the use of an OFR. Panelists will also discuss their process for regular surveillance of data and how it informs the delivery of services in their communities.
Keywords: public health public safety drug overdoses Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program ODMAP data dashboards overdose fatality review OFR opioid information sharing practices surveillance of data