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Brandon del Pozo: Policing, Opioids & Implementation Science

Brandon del Pozo: Policing, Opioids & Implementation Science

Update: 2021-06-23
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Dr. Brandon del Pozo is a postdoctoral researcher on the consequences of substance use and addiction at Rhode Island's Miriam Hospital and the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. His interests include studying systems-level approaches to delivering substance use treatment services, overcoming the stigmas that obstruct evidence-based responses to the nation's opioid crisis, and confronting our growing stimulant epidemic. Brandon talks with Valerie and Carly about implementing evidence-based strategies to address the opioid crisis as chief of police of Burlington, Vermont. Valerie asks Brandon about how his training in philosophy informs his work, whether academics or police are more hierarchical, and his thoughts on police discretion as a critical point of intervention. 

Read more about Brandon’s work here: https://brandondelpozo.com/

Follow Brandon on Twitter: @BrandondelPozo 



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Brandon del Pozo: Policing, Opioids & Implementation Science

Brandon del Pozo: Policing, Opioids & Implementation Science

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