Women and the Opioid Epidemic
A Center for Gender Studies Presentation By




Amanda Adams
Center for Gender Studies @ Radford University  
Current Position
Program Coordinator ~ Mountain Area Health Education Center
    Email: amanda.adams@mahec.net    Amanda Adams Curriculum Vitae       
Academic Background
 2015  M.S. Psychology, Clinical-Counseling focus ~ Radford University, VA
 2012  B.A.  Psychology ~ George Mason University, VA
Presentation    
 Location
         Day
            Time                Date                  

Heth 043 ~ Monday ~  5 to 6 pm ~ April  9th  2018 

                                                        Abstract
Opioid abuse, like other health issues, has special considerations for women. Though men are more likely to misuse opioids and die from opioid overdose, research suggests women face unique challenges related to chronic pain, trauma, pregnancy and motherhood. This presentation will survey the opioid epidemic from a historical, pharmacological, behavioral health, and public health, with special attention to women’s issues.

Admission is Free  ~ The Public is Invited
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