About This App
Who made this app?
Carry Naloxone began as a research project, exploring the barriers to people carrying naloxone and the ways to increase the number of people carrying naloxone in Somerset.
The project was funded by Somerset Council and led by Turning Point's Somerset Drug & Alcohol Service (SDAS), with academic partners from the University of Bristol and the University of Bath.
The project was co-designed with individuals who use substances, to better identify the barriers to people carrying naloxone.
Special thanks go to Dr Jennifer Scott, Senior Lecturer at the University of Bristol, Dr Jo Kesten, Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, and Deb Hussey, Safer Lives Lead at Turning Point.
The app was developed by Tom Heaton.
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Where is the information from?
Information for this app was provided by Turning Point's Somerset Drug & Alcohol Service (SDAS), University of Bristol, and the University of Bath.
With additional information provided by Ethypharm UK, NAPP, and Accord.
The videos are provided by Ethypharm UK and NAPP.