|Dr Ramneek Dosanjh|
Flooding is a seasonal hazard that many communities in the BC Interior encounter. It has become, and will likely continue to be, more frequent and more severe. Flooding affects not only health but also infrastructure and communities. Between 80% and 90% of all documented disasters from natural hazards in the last 10 years have resulted from floods, droughts, heat waves, and severe storms.
The ongoing opioid overdose epidemic in North America presents a pressing need for effective tools in managing opioid use disorder and preventing toxic opioid poisoning.