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Lending Light to Michigan’s Double Crisis – Opioid Use and Suicide
Two leading causes of death in Michigan, highest among males, are opioid overdose and suicide. While the conversation is a difficult one to have, professionals who are working with those who are vulnerable to these tragic endings, and their families, are eager to discuss possible policy changes that are likely to help curb, if not prevent, the trending crises.
Panelist Biographical Information
- Jennifer E. Johnson, PhD, C. S. Mott Endowed Professor of Public Health; Professor of OBGYN, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine with the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University
- Juli Liebler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Director of Outreach with Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice, Former Chief of Police for the City of East Lansing, and FBI National Academy Graduate