OPCprep: An E-Delphi study to prioritize outcomes for the evaluation of Overdose Prevention Centres
Do you work in, use or design overdose prevention centres (OPCs)?
Do you work in a position directly related to the outcomes of OPCs (emergency service personnel, public health practitioner or policymaker?)?
Researchers at Queen's University Belfast invite people to give their views on what outcomes we should use to evaluate overdose prevention centres. Participants are sought for an e-Delphi study to shape the global standard for evaluating OPCs, by answering two short surveys.
Can you help? For more info on how to participate in the study, please click the links below: