NJHELA Fellow Makes National Policy Supported by The U.S. Surgeon General

MSNJ's 1st Vice President, Dr. Kennedy Ganti presented at the Annual American Medical Association Conference on expanding Access to Naloxone Training. MSNJ called on the American Medical Association to work with the American Heart Association and other interested parties to include naloxone use training in Basic Life Support (BLS) instruction. This resolution was crafted by MSNJ-Medical Student Section and accepted by MSNJ's House of Delegates in May 2019.

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