The Economy and Its Impact on the Opioid Epidemic Goes Both Ways

Sure, the pandemic had a lot to do with what we’re seeing nationally, but economic problems and the stress they bring have a lot to do with rates of substance use and substance disorder. And those rates can both rise or fall in a good…

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DrPH in Epidemiology. Associate/JHBSPH. Adjunct/GMU. Epidemiologist at a county health dept. Editor, History of Vaccines. Father. Husband. (He/Him/His/El)

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Rene F. Najera, MPH, DrPH

Rene F. Najera, MPH, DrPH

DrPH in Epidemiology. Associate/JHBSPH. Adjunct/GMU. Epidemiologist at a county health dept. Editor, History of Vaccines. Father. Husband. (He/Him/His/El)

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