Monthly Archives: January 2012

DEATH SURVEY:We knew it would happen. Why didn’t they?

This is the third in a series of blogs sharing information being gleaned from the “Death Survey” of Coroner’s records: a survey of drug-related deaths.  Survey results are anonymous regarding the identity of the deceased.  Some of the infomation that follows … Continue reading

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Death Survey: Process Report 2, Defining Drug-Related Death

When we start to talk about this issue and the impact it has in our community, lots of words start flying around about it.  When told that Meth was causing a lot of trouble, a sherriff in Northern Kentucky earned … Continue reading

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Death Survey: a process report.

Today I am going to begin a series of reports on a “drug-related death survey” of Coroner files in the Counties located in the 5th Congressional District. My interest in drug-related deaths is not new.  I conducted a workshop highlighting this growing problem as … Continue reading

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