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As a closing question, I'd like to ask the Experts how we can best train the next generation of healthcare providers to confront the opioid addiction epidemic. Some examples that I have seen of proactive approaches to prepare trainees for this challenge include training medical students to administer intranasal naloxone, incorporating state-mandated buprenorphine prescribing courses into resident curricula to lower the barrier to obtaining an X license, and sending residents a list of their primary care panel patients prescribed chronic opioids to facilitate review of appropriate prescribing practices, use of controlled substance agreements, and safety monitoring. What other approaches have you or your institutions taken to equipping trainees with the tools to tackle this major public health crisis?