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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:25 pm 
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I visited the naabt.org website a week or so ago and took a new survey that they have there for buprenorphine patients. btw, it's anonymous. I took the short survey, it only took a few minutes, REALLY! anyway ,I just visited http://www.suboxonetalkzone.com and Dr. Junig's topic is the naabt survey also, so I thought it'd be a good idea to mention it here also in case anyone missed the talk zone topic this week. please take the time to complete the survey. our answers will help improve buprenorphine treatment for all of us and for future bupe patients. also there is a chance of winning a prize for completing the survey. Don't remember what the prizes are exactly, but you can find out by going to the website and taking the anonymous survey.
the National Alliance for Advocates of Buprenorphine Treatment is a very educational website for those seeking info about this option for treating opiate addiction, and for finding a doctor to provide services to those in need of treatment.
visit http://www.naabt.org to take the survey and check out all the other great information there about bupe treatment. THANKS everyone.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:30 pm 
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Thanks for the suggestion, Lizzie! It's important that we advocate for suboxone and other medical tools to help with addiction.

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Yes, this is a easy thing to do.
10 mins tops. I see it as a simple way to give back and help all of us on bupe...oh the prize is 50 dollars.
Awhile back I suggested here that addicts who want more information on everything bupe, go over to NAABT. They advocate for education, help reduce stigma and discrimination, and serve as a conduit connecting patients with drs.
There also a non profit organization like we have here.
You can also receive printed Emergency Medical cards , and other educational info too.
So maybe takeca min and check it out. Thanks Dr and Liz


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Thanks for the info Lizzie!!

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y'all are quite welcome :-D I happened upon the survey last week I think it was, then saw at talk zone Dr. J. encouraging people to take it, so I figured I'd mention it here to get as many people to take it as possible. I'm all for anything to educate people about addiction, medication assisted recovery, and reducing stigma. the more people helped, the better!


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