ME Substance Use Disorders Learning Community
Maine Opioid Clinical Advisory Committee Clinical Guidance Documents
Introduction: The Maine Opioid Response Clinical Advisory Committee consists of approximately 30 leaders in substance use disorder prevention, treatment and harm reduction in Maine. As part of its efforts, the Committee has developed clinical guidance documents on several key topics that are intended to assist Maine clinicians who care for patients with substance use disorders.
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Step it up: Best Practices for Improving SUD/OUD Treatment in the Fentanyl Era
Maple Hill Farm Inn and Conference Center | June 14, 2023
Join us to hear advances on the latest in practices to initiate buprenorphine and its new formulations, create contingency management programs to address stimulant use, implement peer services, partner with corrections, and more. Join your colleagues to explore how we can together step it up – it’s about saving lives.
Resources for Prescribers Responding to Disruptions in Care in Maine:
~ Resources for Prescribers Regarding Controlled Substance Prescribing and Responding to Disruptions in Care
~ Educational Tips for Providers Inheriting Patients on Chronic Opioid Medications for Chronic Pain
~ Methadone for Chronic Pain Tapering
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