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Medical Editorial: Mitigating the Opioid Epidemic in Pregnant Women and Newborn Infants on a Shoestring Budget

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Mitigating the Opioid Epidemic in Pregnant Women and Newborn Infants on a Shoestring Budget

Mitigating the Opioid Epidemic in Pregnant Women and Newborn Infants on a Shoestring Budget
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Dr. Camille Fung reviews the unaddressed public health problem of opioid management in pregnant women and newborn infants with NAS.
  • Overview

    Host Alicia Sutton is joined by Dr. Camille Fung to discuss two areas of public health in Utah that were not addressed by the Utah legislature: opioid addiction and overdose in pregnant women and newborn infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). Dr. Fung is an assistant professor at the University of Utah, Division of Neonatology.

    Tune in to see how Dr. Fung with her colleagues created enduring material to educate healthcare professionals on the unaddressed public health problem of opioid management without any financial resources.

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