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An Evaluation of the Reducing Stigma and Promoting Recovery for Opioid Use e-learning course

A report describing our evaluation of the Reducing Stigma and Promoting Recovery of Opioid Use course using the OM-PATOS. The results suggest that this online training is a promising stigma reduction tool for health-care and other direct service providers who provide services to people who use opioids. The course was developed by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), in collaboration with the MHCC, and is delivered through its PSSP knowledge exchange portal).

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