Delaware Opioid Metric Intelligence Project
Tammy L. Anderson, PhD. – Principal Investigator (email@example.com)
Daniel O'Connell, PhD. – Co-Investigator
Center for Drug & Health Studies
The Delaware Opioid Metric Intelligence Project (DOMIP) – provides community surveillance capabilities in Delaware to help reduce its prescription and illicit drug problems. DOMIP achieves this by integrating data-on overdose deaths, crime, population characteristics and community resources into a user-friendly web application called the DOMIP Mapping app. The mapping app contains six-years (2013-2018) of integrated data that will allow for unprecedented community surveillance, statistical analysis and mapping of a wide range of opiate and crime-related metrics, at the US census tract, zip code, Delaware House District and county levels. Users can also select layers to view where overdose deaths are concentrated and plot treatment resources therein. Such information will inform best practices that assist efforts to reduce the negative impact of the opioid problem on all Delawareans.
Please see our tutorial to help navigate the map
Dr. Tammy Anderson discussed the Opioid Crisis in Delaware in Science Cafe. Listen to the podcast
This project was supported by Award No. 2017-IJ-CX-0016, awarded by the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Institute of Justice.
This project has also received support from the Delaware Criminal Justice Information System and the State of Delaware Division of Forensic Science.