Watch the SHIFT Talk: "Conversations on Counterfeit RX Drugs and Fentanyl" Recorded Event
SHIFT is ready for a different conversation! Our first SHIFT Talk of 2022 featured Dr. Lori Holleran-Steiker; Claire Zagorski, MSc, LP; Dr. Kasey Claborn; and Daniel Sledge, BA, LP. Watch the recording from the event to hear from our panelists and learn more about fentanyl and counterfeit prescription drugs.
SHIFT Talk: Conversations on Counterfeit RX Drugs and Fentanyl
Tue, February 22, 2022
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM CST
SHIFT is ready for a different conversation. Based out of the University of Texas at Austin, SHIFT engages the community in dialogue that changes the culture of campus substance use from one of misuse to one of well-being. Join us for our first SHIFT Talk of 2022 that will feature Dr. Lori Holleran-Steiker; Claire Zagorski, MSc, LP; Dr. Kasey Claborn; and Daniel Sledge, BA, LP.
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Zoom Meeting ID: 763 351 9181
About the Panelists
Clarie Zagorski is a licensed paramedic who currently focuses on harm reduction work as the program coordinator for the Pharmacy Addiction Research and Medicine (PhARM) Team at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy.
Daniel Sledge is a community paramedic with the Williamson County Mobile Outreach Team (MOT). He conducts follow-up visits for patients who received EMS treatment for opioid overdose in which he provides naloxone kits, trains patients and their loved ones on its administration, and helps connect them to treatment and resources that reduce harm and promote recovery.
Kasey Claborn, Ph.D., is a research scientist and licensed clinical psychologist. She is an assistant professor in the Steve Hicks School of Social Work and the Department of Psychiatry at Dell Medical School, and an adjunct assistant professor of medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Claborn’s research interests broadly focus on the syndemics of addiction and infectious disease.
Lori Holleran Steiker, Ph.D., has worked and researched in the area of substance use, misuse and addictions among youth and emerging adults in both prevention and intervention realms for over 30 years. She has been at The University of Texas at Austin since 2000, and held the Steve Hicks Professorship of Addiction and Substance Abuse Services since Fall 2018. She holds faculty appointments at UT Dell Medical School Department of Psychiatry as well as Baylor College of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine.