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Wed, Apr 19

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UB Jacobs School of Medicine, Room 2220

Fentanyl: The Changing Face of the Opioid Crisis

Joshua Lynch speaks on the growing challenge of fentanyl and harm reduction.

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Fentanyl:  The Changing Face of the Opioid Crisis
Fentanyl:  The Changing Face of the Opioid Crisis

Time & Location

Apr 19, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

UB Jacobs School of Medicine, Room 2220

About the Event

Joshua Lynch, D.O. is a national leader in addiction medicine.  He is an Associate Professor of Addiction and Emergency Medicine at the University of Buffalo.  He works clinically in the emergency departments at Kaleida Health and Erie County Medical Center, and as a senior physician at UB/MD Emergency Medicine.  Dr. Lynch works tirelessly to educate first responders, medical professionals at all levels, and members of the public on naloxone, overdose, and treatment options.  He pioneered the development of a novel statewide electronic referral network, New York MATTERS.  NYMATTERS provides medication-assisted treatment for Opioid Use Disorder patients in emergency departments and quickly gets them into long-term treatment within 24-48 hours.

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