Office of Student Life

Student Wellness Center

Prescription Drug Safety

What is the Prescription Drug Safety Module? 

This is an innovative course that arms you with the knowledge and skills to make healthy, informed decisions when it comes to prescription medications using an evidence-based, population-level approach to prevention. After completing this program, you will be equipped with the right tools to prevent prescription drug misuse and make healthy decisions about prescription drugs. 

This course is mandatory for all new first year students and transfer undergraduate students new to Ohio State. Failure to complete may lead to a hold being placed on your account. 

Questions and concerns can be sent to Sl-hwtraining@osu.edu.  

Why am I Required to Take Prescription Drug Safety? 

The decision to use a substance is something most college students will encounter during their first few weeks of being on campus. With prescription drug misuse being a growing issue, and opioid misuse becoming the leading cause of accidental deaths in the U.S, we want to be sure that you know what it takes to be a safe and healthy Buckeye here at The Ohio State University. Prescription Drug Safety is a part of Ohio State's comprehensive approach of educating students to create a safe and healthy campus.  

How Long Will Prescription Drug Safety Take? 

Prescription Drug Safety will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.  

 

Help & Technical Support 

Most technical issues can be fixed through the following:

  • Update your internet browser.
  • Try a different internet browser: Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Microsoft Edge are recommended. Trainings do not work on Internet Explorer.
  • Clearing your cache.
  • Allow 3rd party cookies
  • If you are stuck within the training, your screen may be zoomed in too much – causing you to miss the prompt or navigation button. To zoom out on a PC or Chromebook, hit “control 0 (zero). On a Mac, hit “command 0 (zero)”.

If the steps listed above don’t fix your technical issues, contact the IT Service Desk at 614-688-4357 or through Self Service.

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