P2P Naloxone with Mat Southwell
Peer to Peer Naloxone is a decentralised distribution mechanism designed by EuroNPUD for supporting people who use opiates. Mat Southwell is a veteran harm reductionist working on the frontlines for providing peer-led services to people who use drugs in the UK. Mat is a Project Coordinator at EuroNPUD.
This discussion focuses on P2P & technological tools available to PWUD which can be applied by anyone anywhere. It is a permissionless approach which offers major advantages as a peer service that puts the person first.
This clip is from the virtual Support Don’t Punish podcast hosted by Martin Condon and Graham de Barra under the theme “21st Century Responses to Drugs”