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Learn - Forums - 2024 National Forum on Overdose Fatality

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Save the Date: March 5–6, 2024, in Atlanta, Georgia

You Are Invited to join your peers for this national forum in Atlanta, Georgia, to learn how to apply the OFR framework of multidisciplinary partners using aggregate and case review data to identify and implement recommendations with the support of executive leadership, resulting in impactful community change. This 2-day in-person convening will highlight how OFRs are identifying and implementing recommendations to prevent substance-related deaths in communities across the country. The forum will feature content from OFR peers around the country in a mix of general-interest plenary sessions, moderated panel discussions, breakout sessions, and informal networking.

This forum will offer an opportunity for those who participate in, lead, support, or are interested in OFRs to convene and learn from each other. Participants at any level of experience are invited to attend.

Because of the multidisciplinary composition of teams, this promises to be a unique opportunity to connect directly with colleagues from different backgrounds to discuss relevant issues and trends, share ideas, exchange resources, and gain new skills to improve programs.

Call for Abstracts: We're excited to announce that our call for abstract proposals is now open until December 4, 2023. Submit your proposal here.

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No-cost Registration: There is no registration fee to attend! Stay tuned for more information on registration coming your way soon.

What to Expect: Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email containing all the logistical details you need to know, including guidelines for hotel reservations. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out through our Contact Us page anytime.

See you in March!