Tickets selling briskly for PBJ's opioid and addiction event

The Portland Business Journal and Kaiser Permanente are hosting an event next week that will delve into the opioid crisis and the stigma around addiction. “Opioids and Addiction: From Crisis to Healing” will take place on Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Sentinel Hotel in downtown Portland. Stacy Oberstaller, who is an enterprise workforce strategist, will share insights about her own struggles with opioid addiction and how it impact ed her work life. She will then join a panel discussion…
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Publication date: July 2019Source: Preventive Medicine, Volume 124Author(s): Emma E. McGinty, Elizabeth M. Stone, Alene Kennedy-Hendricks, Colleen L. BarryAbstractPublic stigma toward people who use illicit drugs impedes advancement of public health solutions to the opioid epidemic and reduces willingness to seek addiction treatment. Experimental studies show that use of certain terms, such as “addict” and “substance abuser,” exacerbate stigma while alternative terms, such as “person with a substance use disorder,” are less stigmatizing. We examine the frequency with which stigmatizing t...
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Publication date: 2019Source: Materials Today: Proceedings, Volume 12, Part 1Author(s): Tatiana Zimogliadova, Ekaterina Drobyaz, Daria Mul, Anastasia EgorovaAbstractThe structure, phase composition and mechanical properties of Ni-base self-fluxing coatings, cladded by electron beam, revealed in the air atmosphere, were investigated. By variation of NiCrSiB-alloy/(Nb-B)-addition ratio (0-35 wt. %of (Nb-B)-compound) in the initial powder mixtures different phase composition of cladded coatings was obtained. Microhardness and wear resistance were measured to estimate quality of surface layers. The coating, cladded with maximu...
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