This is a two module course and is required for anyone who will be TEACHING first responders such as police, non-EMS fire, and school nurses in the use of naloxone.
In the first module, learn about House Bill 333 and its implications for those who may encounter an individual experiencing an opioid related overdose. This course also covers what naloxone is, when the appropriate time to use it is, and how.
The second module will cover conducting all aspects of hands-on classroom training.
If you will only be carrying naloxone as an authorized user, please take the Naloxone General User Training.
Note: This course does not satisfy the endorsement requirements as established by the Board of Medical Examiner's for licensed Emergency Care Providers.
ECPs: The Montana Board of Medical Examiners has approved endorsements to allow
Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) to
be trained to administer naloxone. The ECP Statewide Protocols have also been
updated to allow naloxone administration. Consult with your local medical
director about attending the Master Trainer course and providing training to
“The Board of Medical Examiners has added administration of
naloxone to the scope of practice protocols for board-licensed Emergency
Medical Responders and Emergency Medical Technicians who have naloxone
endorsement. Training for that endorsement is supervised by local
board-authorized medical directors. The Board has not approved any particular