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Prescription Drug Abuse:
It's Not What The Doctor Ordered!

The Council On Alcohol And Drugs

It’s Not What the Doctor Ordered has been designed to educate your community on the dangers of prescription drug abuse. In this presentation, you will find steps that you can take to prevent abuse and reduce access to prescription drugs.
This educational video runs 14 minutes 40 seconds.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who created the presentation?

The original content was created by Dr. Gregg Raduka and John Bringuel of the Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative and Dr. Merrill Norton of the University of Georgia, School of Pharmacy. Additional content and updates were provided by members of the Initiative’s statewide collaborative education team.

Who is the intended audience?

The content was selected with community partners in mind. This includes but is not limited to: agency representatives, community collaboratives and other professionals who provide prevention related services to their community.

Where do I go for more information after the presentation?

You may contact John Bringuel, Project Director, Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative at jbringuel@livedrugfree.org or call him at 404-223-2484. You may also visit www.livedrugfree.org for more information.

Feedback and Evaluation

  • :: General Audience Questions

  • Questions submitted on this form will be answered by Erin Lee (erin.lee@bainbridge.edu) or John Bringuel (jbringuel@livedrugfree.org) and emailed back to you so that you may follow up with your group.
  • :: Evaluation

  • :: Facilitator Information

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