Pennsylvania’s Health Department Offers Training with CE Credits to Tackle Overdose Epidemic

The Shapiro Administration recently added new tools to help health care providers and public safety professionals across the commonwealth battle the overdose and opioid crisis. The PA Department of Health launched new training opportunities to help prevent unintentional drug overdoses. These online courses are offered at no cost and include continuing education credits for healthcare providers that may also meet various licensing requirements. You can find these trainings, resources and more information on DOH’s website for healthcare providers and public safety professionalsLearn more.

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