Published: Ji Won Yoo, Jay Shen, Georgia Dounis, David Byun, and Seong-min Park

Drs. Ji Won Yoo and David Byun (Medicine), Jay Shen (Public Health), Dr. Georgia Dounis (Dental), and Seong-min Park (Criminal Justice), along with Dr. Se Won Lee of Mountain View Hospital and past visiting scholars Sung-Youn Chun, Hee-Taik Kang, Jinwook Hwang, Young-Jae Lee, and Dong-Hun Han published a paper "Regional Variation in States' Naloxone Accessibility Laws in Association with Opioid Overdose Death Rates - Observational Study (STROBE compliant)" in the journal Medicine (Baltimore). This observational study explores the differences in provisions of the Naloxone Accessibility Laws by states mainly in the Northeast and West and the impact of the availability of Naloxone based on the rates of drug overdose deaths.

 

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