The only Utah podcast combining evidence-based health practices with storytelling to debunk myths about harm reduction, opioids and substance use disorders.
The Debunked Podcast Mission
Debunked dispels harmful myths and stereotypes about people who use drugs, persons in recovery, and evidence-based harm reduction efforts. Our mission is to foster understanding and reduce stigma. Every episode features the voices of people directly affected, researchers and medical professionals, and community partners. Our aim is to nurture an open dialogue around what has been a taboo topic in Utah for far too long.
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Debunked Special Features: Harm Reduction in ActionHarm Reduction During COVID-19, by Mattie Mortensen
Intersections of Faith, Shame and Addiction, by Jackson Wilde
Tribal, Indigenous Practices for Managing Addiction, by Kat Webb
Intersections of Addiction, Homelessness, and the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Ashley Tolman
How Cultural Barriers Affect Utahns Seeking Help for Substance Use, by Jackie Harris
A Look at How Harm Reduction has Evolved in Utah, by Shoshannah Buxbaum
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