Naloxone Training Courses
Under contract with the EMS and Trauma Systems Section, Montana DPHHS, Best Practice Medicine is coordinating a statewide effort to train Naloxone Master Trainers as part of the strategic plan to combat mortality from opiate overdoses.
Do you want to carry Naloxone?
In order to carry Naloxone you must complete the Best Practice Medicine hybrid course. Visit the Best Practice Medicine Naloxone Training website to sign up and get started with the online portion.
Already completed the online portion but still need to locate an in-person training? Visit the Naloxone Training Course webpage to find one near you.
Use this map to locate a Master Trainer near you.
Become a Naloxone Master Trainer
Train others in your workplace, school, agency or community.
To become a Master Trainer you will need to complete the hybrid course along with attending an additional course on how to teach future instructors.
Complete the hybrid course, two-step process at:
After creating an account in the Best Practice Medicine training portal, complete the 90-minute on-line course module.
Attend a 90-minute Master Trainer Skills Session. You will need to bring your Certification of On-Line Course Module completion from Step 1 to this training.
Students who complete DPHHS approved training are eligible to order Naloxone at no cost from our pharmacy vendor.
Note to 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 other ECPs.
Please contact Ki-Ai McBride at (406) 444-3936 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need assistance.