Follow-up survey and qualitative research on opioid awareness, knowledge and behaviours for public education : final report / prepared for Health Canada.: H21-313/2019E-PDF

"Canada is facing a national opioid crisis, evidenced by the growing number of overdoses and opioid related deaths. In 2018, Health Canada launched a multi-year public education campaign to address the growing opioid crisis and to educate Canadians on the risks associated with opioids as well as the role of stigma as a barrier to treatment. The current research project was undertaken to help Health Canada gain insights Canadians' attitudes and perceptions toward opioids. Feedback from the research will provide Health Canada with evidence-based data and insights to guide their public education campaigns"--Executive summary, page 1.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Health Canada.
Earnscliffe Strategy Group.
Title Follow-up survey and qualitative research on opioid awareness, knowledge and behaviours for public education : final report / prepared for Health Canada.
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Enquête de suivi et recherche qualitative sur la sensibilisation, les connaissances et les comportements liés aux opioïdes aux fins de l'éducation du public : rapport final.
"Supplier name: Earnscliffe Strategy Group."
"Contract number: HT372-184591/001/CY."
"Registration number: POR 137-18."
"July 2019."
Issued also in HTML format.
Publishing information Ottawa, Ontario : Health Canada = Santé Canada, 2019.
©2019
Description 1 online resource (116 pages) + executive summary (8 pages)
ISBN 9780660315683
Catalogue number
  • H21-313/2019E-PDF
Subject terms Opioids -- Public opinion.
Opioid abuse -- Canada -- Public opinion.
Public opinion -- Canada.
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