Opioids are natural or synthetic substances used to reduce pain in clinical settings, but are also produced and consumed non-medically. Common opioids include oxycodone, hydromorphone and fentanyl. While they can be an effective part of pain management for some medically supervised patients, opioid-related harms such as addiction and overdose present a significant challenge for public health. This page contains documents and resources related to opioids.
PHO Rounds: Alcohol Risk and Policy: Canadian Alcohol Policy Evaluation (CAPE) 3.0 - Ontario Results
This PHO Rounds will present the latest CAPE results for Ontario, focusing on alcohol policies related to pricing and taxation, physical availability, minimum legal age, and screening and treatment interventions.