Opioid Overdose Prevention for States Microsite

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The Opioid Overdose Prevention for States Microsite – designed to plug into your website so you can offer science-based CDC content directly to your audiences.

Get the Opioid Overdose Prevention for States microsite, which plugs right into your existing website and offers up-to-date CDC content directly to your audiences.

What Is a Microsite?

This microsite is a customizable version of the CDC Opioid Overdose website that you can host on your own website. It includes current opioid data and a collection of resources and trainings related to the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain. Once embedded, it will remain current with the most recent opioid content.

How does it work?

Content syndication lets us offer CDC web content to other sites. The microsite integrates seamlessly so it works like part of your website, while keeping it up-to-date with trusted and science-based information from CDC. With just a few lines of code that we provide, the microsite appears like a module within your website.

What are the benefits?

Adding a small amount of code on your page integrates CDC content with your content, providing you with a number of advantages:

  • Automatically updates your page whenever CDC updates content—no more monitoring CDC sites for new content and cutting-and-pasting information
  • Keeps visitors on your website
  • Allows you to maintain the look-and-feel of your site while supplementing local information with relevant information from CDC
  • Is completely free
  • Can be shared directly to your Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and other social networks

How do I get the Opioid Overdose Prevention for States microsite on my website?

Simple. You can easily add content to your site with a few simple lines of code that we supply. Visit the CDC Public Health Media Library to see a preview of the microsite and to get the embed code (this is what you will need to add the microsite to your website).

Need help? Email IMTech@cdc.gov for assistance.

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