Carlton County Medical Professionals Receive Narcan Training

Pharmacy's Have A New Protocol

The push to educate people on the access one has to Narcan expands outside of Duluth.

Thursday medical professionals from towns across Carlton County came out to Fond du Lac Technical College to learn more about the protocol in Minnesota for area pharmacies.

As part of the recent opiate protocol in Minnesota, community members are able to seek access to naloxone directly from a pharmacy by requesting it over the counter.

One organizer says it’s important to educate all medical professionals in the northland.

“This is a better way to reach the people that are practicing up in Moose Lake, Barnum, Cloquet areas to make sure we find places that are convenient for people to attend, and also get folks together that work together,” Laura Palombi, Assistant Professor, Duluth College of Pharmacy.

The last two trainings were for the medical professionals in the area only. Organizers have set up a community wide training opportunity for anyone who wants to attend.

The information is below.


Community Wide Training Opportunity


November 30, 2017

Multiple Times & Locations to Choose From


These training opportunities & naloxone kits are FREE and open to all!

Community members, area professionals, area schools & faculty, coalition members, and anyone else interested in learning about naloxone are welcome.


11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Atrium (Cafeteria on site)

2101 14th St, Cloquet, MN 55720


3:30 – 5:30 pm

Miller Dwan Auditorium

502 E. Second St. Duluth, MN 55802


7:00 – 9:00 pm

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Auditorium

2101 14th St, Cloquet, MN 55720



EVENT REGISTRATION: Copy and paste the following link into a web browser to register.                                                                                                             


Questions Contact: Laura Palombi, UM College of Pharmacy, Duluth Campus, 218-726-6066;          Ali Mueller, Carlton County PHHS, 218-878-2858


These program events are funded by the Minnesota State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis Grant and are made possible by the following organizations:



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