Online Self Paced Courses

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Identifying Emergent OB Issues: Practical Skills for Addiction Medicine Specialists

Identifying Emergent OB Issues: Practical Skills for Addiction Medicine Specialists

This three-part course will provide an overview of pregnancy care for addiction medicine specialists and their teams so that providers can learn how to identify potentially emergent issues when caring for pregnant women with SUD. Topics including physiological changes, common complaints, potential medical issues and complications, treatment, and care will be discussed throughout the timeline of prenatal to 23 weeks, 23 weeks to term, at term, and postpartum.

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Xylazine 101 Cara Zimmerman, MD, MBA

Xylazine 101

This training aims to empower participants to confidently counsel patients about the risks of xylazine in the current drug supply. Focused on harm reduction for individuals with substance use disorder, it highlights the importance of assisting those not yet prepared for complete drug abstinence.

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When a Patient with Chronic Pain Loses their Provider

What are the best actions to take when patients in a community with chronic pain suddenly lose their healthcare provider? Patients on high-dose opioids often face challenges in finding new providers. What resources are available to support prescribers during this transition?

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Understanding the Complex Intersection of Co-Occurring Depression and Substance Use Disorders

Join us for an insightful presentation on the intricate relationship between co-occurring depression and substance use disorders. Learn about the challenges individuals face with both conditions, their interconnected nature, and evidence-based treatment approaches. Gain awareness, understand mutual reinforcement, and discover the importance of integrated interventions and multidisciplinary collaboration in addressing these issues.

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Urine Toxicology Testing in Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Urine toxicology testing can be a valuable tool in clinical decision-making when caring for patients with substance use disorders. It is crucial for providers to be familiar with the pros and cons of different types of testing and to have the skill to interpret the results.

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Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Facilities: Opioid and Alcohol Use Disorders an Overview

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Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Facilities: Opioid and Alcohol Use Disorders for Nurses and Nurse Leaders by Amelia Hersey

Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Facilities: Opioid and Alcohol Use Disorders for Nurses and Nurse Leaders

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New Strategies to Initiate Buprenorphine Therapy: Microdosing and Macrodosing