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Pain Management and Opioids CME & Disclosures

NEJM Knowledge+ Pain Management and Opioids consist of 62 in-depth, case-based scenarios developed by practicing …

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Methadone Transitioning to Buprenorphine

November 3, 2022 | Jonathan C Fellers, MD

Learning objectives:

Understand the pharmacologic differences between buprenorphine and methadone
Describe 2 strategies for switching between buprenorphine and methadone
Discuss informed consent and considerations for patients

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What does this mean for ME: Legal and Prescribing Issues

November 14, 2022 | Ben Townsend and Elisabeth Fowlie Mock
This program will review current legal requirements for Maine opioid prescribers and the possible effects of current law enforcement activity

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Universal Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) within Primary Care

November 9, 2022 | Eric Haram, LADC

Universal screening and brief intervention and referral for substance misuse within primary care settings is a foundation activity soon to be required under PCPlus. This program will review the nuts and bolts to help providers implement this evidence-based practice. Screening tools to be highlighted include CRAFFT, DAST, AUDIT, 4Ps.

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Resources for Prescribers Regarding Controlled Substance Prescribing and Responding to Disruptions in Care-Maine November 2022

Technical Assistance,
Guidance Documents,
Handouts,
Recorded Webinars/ Online trainings,
Patient Handouts

Educational Tips for Providers Inheriting Patients on Chronic Opioid medications for pain

General Educational Guidelines from the Maine Substance Use Disorder Learning Community Faculty
Eva Quirion, FNP, Ph.D., with contributions from Andrea Truncali, MD, MPH, Jonathan Fellers, MD, Stephanie Nichols, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP
https://mesudlearningcommunity.org/

educational-resources
Methadone for Chronic Pain Tapering

General Educational Guidelines from the Maine Substance Use Disorder Learning Community Faculty
Jonathan Fellers, MD, with contributions from Eva Quirion, FNP, Stephanie Nichols, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, https://mesudlearningcommunity.org/

educational-resources
Deprescribing Chronic Benzodiazepines

General Educational Guidelines from the Maine Substance Use Disorder Learning Community Faculty
Jonathan Fellers, MD, with Stephanie Nichols, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP
https://mesudlearningcommunity.org/

educational-resources
101 Best and Promising Practices | York Recovery Center: Creating Rapid Access and Medications First

Promising Practice Series: 30-minute Talks with Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Maine leaders
Christine Munroe, DO
Director at the Recovery Center
Eric Haram, LADC, Haram Consulting LLC.

102 Best and Promising Practices | Expanding Treatment Programs to Higher Acuity Patients

Recorded on April 27, 2022 for the Maine SUD Learning Community
Promising Practice Series: 30-minute Talks with Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Maine leaders Andrea Truncali, MD, MPH, and Christine Wyman, LCSW, LADC, CCS

103 Best and Promising Practice | Integration of Peers into Medical Practices Treating SUD with Randy Morrison

Talks with Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Randy Morrison, Director of Peer Services at Maine Health

104 Best and Promising Practice | Gilman Clinic: Tips on Treating Hepatitis C in Individuals with SUD/OUD

Recorded on May 20, 2022 for the Maine SUD Learning Community. Promising Practice Series: 30-minute Talks with Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Maine leader Kinna Thakarar, DO, MPH.

105 Best and Promising Practice | PenBay Family Medicine Rockport: Making Effective Workflows in Primary Care

Promising Practice Series: 30-minute Talks with Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Maine leader Kendra Emery, DO, Medical Director of Integrated Medication-Assisted Treatment (IMAT) and Department Chair of Family Medicine.

106 Best and Promising Practice | St Joseph’s Healthcare XR Buprenorphine Practice: Successes and Challenges

Promising Practice Series: 30-minute Talks with Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Maine leader Eva Quirion, NP

107 Best and Promising Practice | Groups Recover Together

Promising Practice Series: 30-minute Talks with Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Maine leaders | Jacob Crothers, MD and Rhonda P. Selvin, FNP

Changing Risks of Benzodiazepines Across the Lifespan

June 23, 2022 | Jonathan Fellers, MD

Learning objectives:

Explore the indications and treatment frame for the use of benzodiazepines
Understand the risks of benzodiazepines, including higher risk situations such as comorbidity
Discuss strategies for deprescribing benzodiazepines

When a Patient with Chronic Pain Loses their Provider: Compassionate, Evidence-based Responses

November 2, 2022 | Elisabeth Mock, MD, MPH and Noah Nesin, MD
What are the best actions to take when patients with chronic pain in a community suddenly lose their provider? Patients on high dose opioids often have difficulty finding new providers. What resources are available to support prescribers in such a transition?

Cannabis Research: Complexities and Priorities

November 1, 2022 | Susan R.B. Weiss
The presenter will clarify cannabis, cannabinoids, and the endocannabinoid system. After examining the evolving landscape and the effects of long-term cannabis use, the public health impacts of cannabis will be discussed.

Objectives

Understand cannabis, cannabinoids, and the endocannabinoid system
Discuss the evolving landscape of cannabis use
Examine long term health effects of cannabis
Discuss the public health impact of cannabis

Illicit Drug Supply 2022: More potent methamphetamine forms and mixtures of fentanyl, and the “Xines” and “Xenes”

October 25, 2022 | Richard Rawson, PhD

An undeniable fact of the 2022 illegal drug supply is that it is changing rapidly and it is much more lethal. Methamphetamine with far greater purity and potency and fentanyl mixed into “heroin” cocaine and meth, fentanyl pressed into a variety of pill forms, and potent drugs including xylazine (a veterinary tranquilizer) and isotonitazene a potent opioid are now part of the drug landscape.

Learning objectives:

Understand the new street drug supply to provide effective overdose care and treatment.

Contingency Management: Essential Treatment Approach for Individuals with Stimulant Use Disorder

October 18, 2022 | Richard Rawson, PhD

Contingency Management (CM) is a powerful behavioral strategy that has repeatedly been demonstrated to reduce stimulant use by individuals with Stimulant Use Disorder. Use of CM outside of the VA has been rare due to regulatory and funding obstacles. However, CM is cited in the 2022 National Drug Plan as a priority treatment to address the treatment needs of individuals with cocaine and methamphetamine use disorder. Delivery of an effective, evidence-based CM protocol that is in compliance with federal guidelines requires careful development of a training and implementation plan. The presenter will present the steps and key components of the CM protocol and implementation plan being used in California in the first large scale implementation of CM outside the VA.

Ambulatory Alcohol Withdrawal Management

October 11, 2022 | Nick Piotrowski, MD, FASAM, Medical Director, Addiction Psychiatry, MBH

Many patients can receive treatment for alcohol withdrawal safely in the community with the support of a primary care provider. This program will provide an overview of key elements and safety considerations of ambulatory alcohol withdrawal management programs.

Objectives:

Describe the role of ambulatory alcohol withdrawal management in the ASAM continuum of care.
Name 4 essential components of an ambulatory alcohol withdrawal management program.
Outline advantages and disadvantages of using benzodiazepines for ambulatory alcohol withdrawal management.

Medications and Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder

October 4, 2022 | Sephanie Nichols, PharmD MPH and Eric Haram, LADC

Objectives:

Understand prescribing and treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder
Describe ways to engage with patients when discussing unexpected information

Complex Persistent Opioid Dependence

October 4, 2022 | Mark Sullivan

Learning Objectives:

Learn the prevalence of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients treated with long-term opioid therapy (LTOT) for chronic pain
Understand the difference between OUD and Complex Persistent Opioid Dependence among patients on LTOT
Learn how to manage Complex Persistent Opioid Dependence
Differentiating Dependence from Opioid Use Disorder Maine

Update on 2022 PMP Enhancements

September 29, 2022 | Elisabeth Fowlie Mock, MD

Multiple enhancements to the Maine PMP in 2022 will further its mission “to promote the public health and welfare and to detect and prevent substance misuse.” Tune in to learn about PMP tools to enhance patient safety and how to ensure documentation of your compliance with the 2016 Chapter 488 law. Dr. Mock has been serving as the Clinical and Policy Advisor to the PMP since January 2022.

Objectives:

Use the PMP as a tool for patient safety
Evaluate PMP check workflows
Understand the ‘Overdose Risk Score’
Review new PMP functionalities

Medications for Youth with an OUD and other Treatment/Recovery Considerations

September 29, 2022 | Elisabeth Fowlie Mock, MD

Multiple enhancements to the Maine PMP in 2022 will further its mission “to promote the public health and welfare and to detect and prevent substance misuse.” Tune in to learn about PMP tools to enhance patient safety and how to ensure documentation of your compliance with the 2016 Chapter 488 law. Dr. Mock has been serving as the Clinical and Policy Advisor to the PMP since January 2022.

Objectives:

Use the PMP as a tool for patient safety
Evaluate PMP check workflows
Understand the ‘Overdose Risk Score’
Review new PMP functionalities

Delivering XR Buprenorphine in a Maine Practice

September 27, 2022 | Eva Quirion, NP, PhD

Explore the delivery of XR buprenorphine with a focus on practical issues. Challenges and successes of the use of the XR buprenorphine will be highlighted.

Learning objectives:

Assess patients for XR buprenorphine
Describe induction and delivery (practice tips on injection)
Name challenges and success with the use of XR buprenorphine

MaineCare Services: Opioid Health Home (OHH) New Adopted Rule

September 14, 2022 | Kaley Boucher

The program will review the recent changes to the Opioid Health Home (OHH) model and regulation. The new updates provide increased flexibility and care coordination across programs. The changes will be highlighted and there will be opportunities for questions and answers.

Objectives:

Describe the various tiers of the Opioid Health Home model
Highlight changes from the previous MaineCare OHH regulations
Identify the advantages of value-based payment models

Promising Practices: Groups Recover Together: How they deliver (and measure) outcomes for Mainers with OUD

Comorbidities in Psychiatry: Prescribing Pearls

August 24, 2022 | Dr. Laurie Deerfield

This presentation will assist prescribers in their conceptualization and understanding of different diagnostic categories and ways psychiatric presentations may overlap to guide their choice of agents to treat complex medical psychiatric and substance issues appropriately without exacerbating other comorbid issues. Topics will include the how fentanyl influences those decisions, tips on reading confirmation substance testing, and ways to avoid precipitated withdrawal and the phenomenon known collectively as “restless leg syndrome.” Topics will include treating substance use disorders and anxiety, depression, and bipolar spectrums as well as depressive disorder sub types among others as time allows.

Buprenorphine and Pain

August 9, 2022 | Stephanie Nichols, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, FCCP

This session will review the interface and nuances of the use of buprenorphine in a person with pain. We will review multiple angles, including both the treatment of acute and chronic pain in a person receiving buprenorphine for OUD and the use of buprenorphine to treat pain (with or without OUD).

Learning objectives:

Compare and contrast the various formulations of buprenorphine including consideration of FDA indication, route of administration, and dose
Identify the clinical result of using buprenorphine in a person who is opioid naive and in a person who is currently using other medical or nonmedical opioids
Describe the efficacy and clinical pearls associated with the use of buprenorphine patch and transmucosal forms for analgesia in a person with and without OUD
Identify emerging and best practices regarding treatment of acute and chronic pain in a person receiving buprenorphine for OUD

Early Recovery: Shifts in Focus

July 27, 2022 | Todd Mandell, MD

The early recovery period is critical to supporting ongoing recovery efforts. There are many pitfalls, with continued disruption of sleep, mood fluctuations and changing ways to care for yourself. Dr. Mandell will explore these areas providing tips about when and what might be helpful for pharmacological and treatment considerations.

Learning objectives:

Participants will be able to assist patients with the identification of post-withdrawal symptoms and refer for management.
Participants will be able to provide patients with education and skills regarding affect management as it pertains to recovery.
Participants will be able to address within their scope of practice issues such as overall well-being and self-care including healthy nutrition and sleep hygiene.

Promising Practice: St Joseph’s Healthcare XR Buprenorphine Practice: Successes and Challenges

New Strategies to Initiate Burprenorphine

June 14, 2022 | Stephanie Nichols, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP

This session will review the initiation of buprenorphine for OUD using the microdosing and macrodosing approaches. We will review why these emerging approaches are preferable to traditional approaches, the supporting evidence, and the practical pearls for implementation.

Learning Objectives:

Describe microdosing and macrodosing approaches to buprenorphine initiation
Recall the evidence supporting each of these approaches
Discuss practical pearls regarding these approaches when applied to patient care

Principles in Pain Care

June 29, 2022 | Eva Quirion, NP, PhD

How best to assess pain to offer non-opioid medication and non-medication treatments based upon the patient needs will be explored. Pertinent to this assessment is learning how to distinguish between peripheral pain and centralized pain.

Learning objectives:

Assess patients with chronic pain to offer non-opioid medications and non-medication treatments based on patient needs.
Distinguish between peripheral pain and centralized pain in order to identify treatments most likely to be helpful.

Peer Support Roles in Primary Care: How does it work?

July 12, 2022 | Carol Squires, Dr. Kristine Silvia, Michael Niles, and Randy Morrison

Peer recovery partners in primary care foster connection, engagement, and support with self-directed recovery pathways. The panel will discuss their journey working together in primary care settings – what’s worked, lessons learned, how they collaborate as a team to support patients. The panel will consist of a physician, clinician, and peer support staff who have created this type of partnership.

Learning objectives:

Discuss peer support roles in primary care settings.

Promising Practice: PenBay Family Medicine Rockport: Making Effective Workflows in Primary Care

Promising Practice: Gilman Clinic: Tips on Treating Hepatitis C in Individuals with SUD/OUD

Promising Practice: Integration of Peers into Medical Practices Treating SUD

Promising Practice: Expanding treatment programs to higher acuity patients

Best Practice of the Use of Extended Release Buprenorphine and Naltrexone

May 4, 2022 | John Mariani, MD

The presenter will explore the promising and best practices on the use of XR Buprenorphine and naltrexone. The ways the medications can be delivered and practical issues of certification in the SUBLOCADE REMS program, storage, and administration will be discussed.

Learning objectives:

Assess which patients are appropriate for treatment with the extended release (XR) formulation of Buprenorphine and Naltrexone.
Familiarize with the induction and monitoring processes for XR Buprenorphine and XR Naltrexone. Familiarize with delivery, storage, and administration (including certification in the Sublocade REMS Program).

Promising Practice: York Recovery Center

Data Collection: Assessing the Complex Patient

April 5, 2022 | Todd Mandell, MD, FASAP

The presenter will explore how to assess and use evidence based resources and tools to begin to identify the interrelations between SUD and psychiatric conditions to direct treatment approaches. Interactive case studies will be used for discussion.

Learning objectives:

Identify ways that SUD can mimic functional psychiatric conditions.
Complete an HPI with a focus on the reasons that brought the patient to seek treatment.
Identify a plan to utilize evidence based resources/tools as part of their assessment process.

data-analytics
Maine Penobscot Community Health Center Bridge policies – Bridge Clinic Residential Treatment Policy

Purpose:
To describe best practice for navigating prescriptions when patients are unable to present to the
office for prescription refills due to residential treatment.

Maine Penobscot Community Health Center Bridge policies – Bridge Clinic Witnessed Daily Dosing

Purpose:
To describe the purpose of the Witnessed Daily Dosing within the Bridge Clinic and related
protocols for treating patients.

Maine Penobscot Community Health Center Bridge policies – Bridge Clinic Telehealth Witnessed Daily Dosing

Purpose:
To describe the purpose of the Telehealth Witnessed Daily Dosing within the Bridge Clinic and
related protocols for treating patients.

Maine Penobscot Community Health Center Bridge policies- Bridge Clinic Policy & Procedure

Purpose:
To describe the purpose of the Bridge Clinic Program and related protocols for treating patients.

Maine Penobscot Community Health Center Bridge policies- Bridge Clinic Sedation Policy

Purpose:
To manage a patient who has overdosed or is near overdose safely, while minimizing PCHC and staff
liability. We want to ensure that all patients are treated as they wish, while also maintaining their
safety and the safety of the clinic

NIDA Clinical Trials Network Dissemination

About the CTN DI Initiative
The CTN Dissemination Initiative aims to reduce the gap that exists between the publication of research on treatment of substance use disorders and implementation in clinical practice. It incorporates collaboration among clinicians, researchers, and experienced trainers to develop user-friendly tools and products to facilitate the adoption of research-based interventions into clinical settings. Explore this page for more information about the different components of the CTN Dissemination Initiative.

Opioid Use Among Adolescents & Young Adults: Toolkit for Pediatric & Primary Care Providers

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This toolkit has been developed specifically for pediatric, primary care, and other health professionals treating adolescents and young adults within their medical practice. It provides guidance in regard to the medical, psychological, and social needs of adolescents and young adults with opioid use disorders, thereby improving physical and mental health outcomes. It has been developed to help primary care and pediatric health providers advance the clinical interventions by offering developmentally appropriate screening, treatment engagement, and coordinated care. A specific focus on evidence-based practices includes Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) guidance and resources to support these clinical interventions.

American Association for the Study of Liver Disease, HCV Guidance: Recommendations for Testing, Managing, and Treating Hepatitis C

Welcome to HCVGuidelines.org
The AASLD and IDSA in partnership with the panel have created an updated web experience to facilitate easier and faster access to this important resource. Please select a patient profile from the menu above, click on a guidance section below, or use the search box to begin.

American Association for the Study of Liver Disease, Simplified HCV Treatment, without and with Compensated Cirrhosis

Simplified HCV Treatment Algorithm for Treatment-Naive Adults With Compensated Cirrhosis
Who Is NOT Eligible for Simplified Treatment
Patients who have any of the following characteristics:

Current or prior episode of decompensated cirrhosis, defined as Child-Turcotte-Pugh (CTP) score ≥7 (ascites, hepatic encephalopathy, total bilirubin >2.0 mg/dL, albumin ≤3.5 g/dL, or INR ≥1.7)
Prior hepatitis C treatment
End-stage renal disease (ie, eGFR <30 mL/min/m2) (see Patients with Renal Impairment section) HIV and/or HBsAg positive Current pregnancy Known or suspected hepatocellular carcinoma Prior liver transplantation (see HCV guidance for treatment recommendations for these patients)

National Institute on Drug Abuse: Matrix Model

The Matrix Model provides a framework for engaging stimulant (e.g., methamphetamine and cocaine) abusers in treatment and helping them achieve abstinence. Patients learn about issues critical to addiction and relapse, receive direction and support from a trained therapist, and become familiar with self-help programs. Patients are monitored for drug use through urine testing.

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Resources for Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Misuse Prevention, Treatment, and …

AdCare Educational Institute of Maine

TRAININGS & EVENTS We bring audiences quality continuing education with expert, nationally recognized trainers. Our …

Co-Occurring Collaborative Serving Maine

Who We Are The Co-Occurring Collaborative Serving Maine advocates for best practices, encourages professional development, …

Health and Human Services, Adolescent Health

Alcohol Use in Adolescence Adolescents use alcohol more than any other drug, including tobacco and …

patient-provider-information
Maine Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics, Substance Use/Opioid Treatment Resources

Youth Peer Support Statewide Network now accepting referrals for youth peer support! Maine Behavioral Healthcare …

HRSA Regional rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Grantees

Implementation RCORP-Implementation will advance RCORP’s overall goal by strengthening and expanding SUD/OUD prevention, treatment, and …

Maine Maternal Opioid Misuse (MOM) Initiative

MaineMOM aims to improve care for pregnant and postpartum people with opioid use disorder and their infants by integrating …

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Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC), SUPPORT for ME Telehealth and Substance Use Disorder Training and Toolkit

You are invited to take a complimentary self-paced course in Telehealth and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment and …

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JSI Treating Addiction in Rural Areas (TARA)

We will develop the Treating Addiction in Rural Areas ECHO as part of HRSA’s Telehealth Technology-Enabled Learning …

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University of New Hampshire Project ECHO

UNH is a Project ECHO® Hub led by the NH Citizens Health Initiative, a program …

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Maine Health Access Foundation

The Systems Improvement and Innovation Responsive Grants (SIIRG) program provides funding for organizations working to …

Maine Primary Care Association and Penobscot Community Health Center, Low Barrier Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder Initiative

BANGOR, Maine, Nov. 10—An innovative program expanding low-barrier treatment for opiate use disorder—potentially serving thousands …

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Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians Listserv, Consultation & Conference

The Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians (MAPP) is the Maine District Branch of the American …

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Boston Children’s Hospital Adolescent Substance Use & Addiction Program TIP Sheets

Sample Tip Sheet content: Choose one or a small number (< 5) of behaviors to …

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SAMHSA Publications and Digital Products

An up to date list of Publications and Digital Products from …

SAMHSA TIP 63: Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

This Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) reviews the use of the three Food and Drug Administration …

Health and Human Services Department, Federal Register, Practical Guidelines for Administration of Buprenorphine for Treating Opioid Use Disorder (4/28/21)

AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: The …

SAMHSA Buprenorphine Quick Start Guide

Facts About Buprenorphine   FDA approved for Opioid Use Disorder treatment in an officebased setting. …

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SAMHSA Practical Tools for Prescribing and Promoting Buprenorphine in Primary Care Settings

Practical Tools for Prescribing and Promoting Buprenorphine in Primary Care Settings This resource provides information …

MaineCare Opioid Health Home, sample attestation language

Sample spread sheet : OHH Attestation for Service/Billing Month of 6/21/19-7/20/19 Organization Name Enter attestation …

MaineCare Opioid Health Home, OHH billing sheet 6.10.22

Sample spreadsheet: NOTES: ** These services may be delivered face-to-face, via phone or other media, …

MaineCare Opioid Health Home

Health Homes Health Homes, Behavioral Health Homes, and Opioid Health Homes The three health home …

Alosa Health, Clinical Modules, Opioids in Acute Pain and Chronic Pain, OUD

EVIDENCE BASED CLINICAL MODULES Alosa Health produces educational materials on common primary care topics that …

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for PTSD

We are the world’s leading research and educational center of excellence on PTSD and traumatic stress. …

psychotherapy
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Helping Patients Taper from Benzodiazepine

Benzodiazepines Overview Continuing to renew benzodiazepine (BZ) prescriptions to certain subgroups of your patients with …

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Opioid Safety

VHA Pain Management Opioid Safety – Clinical Tools his section provides links to a variety …

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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Pain Management

VHA Pain Management For Providers Chronic pain is among the most common, disabling, and costly …

Washington State Agency Medical Directors’ Group – MME calculator

Instructions: Fill in the mg per day* for whichever opioids your patient is taking. The web page …

Washington State Agency Medical Directors’ Group Opioid Dosing

AMDG agency medical directors’ group “A collaboration of state agencies, working together to improve health …

University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction

Helping patients by helping providers. UVM CORA’s mission is to expand addiction-treatment capacity in HRSA-designated …

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University of Vermont Center on Rural Addiction Resource page: Provide E-learning and Webinars and other Resources related SUD/OUD

Reports, recorded webinars and events for rural providers and health, behavioral health and substance use …

The ATTCS Self paced web based Contingency Management Course

New Online Course: Contingency Management for Healthcare Settings Publication Date: Apr 30, 2020 Share This! …

The Addiction Files with Darlene Petersen, MD and Paula Cook, MD

The Addiction Files Darlene Petersen, MD and Paula Cook, MD 37 episodes Darlene Petersen MD …

Shatter Proof

The Shatterproof Addiction Stigma Index Shatterproof and The Hartford co-developed the Shatterproof Addiction Stigma Index …

SAMHSA Peer Recovery Center of Excellence

Peer Recovery Center of Excellence The Peer Recovery Center of Excellence is a peer-led national …

SAMHSA Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network

About the MHTTC Network   Years of research and knowledge of evidence-based practices show that …

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SAMHSA LGBTQ+ Behavioral Health Equity Center of Excellence

LGBTQ+ Behavioral Health Equity Center of Excellence The Center of Excellence on LGBTQ+ Behavioral Health …

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National, Opioids, Chronic Pain, MAT/MOUD, Prescribing

At the Recovery Research Institute (RRI), we present the evidence about addiction treatment and recovery. …

Providers Clinical Support System

PCSS is a program funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) …

Oregon Pain Guidance

Pain Treatment Guidelines Introduction For the past few decades, a conceptual shift has taken place …

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Opioid Response Network

Opioid Response Network The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) funded the State …

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New England PTTC

New England PTTC   The New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center, administered by AdCare Educational Institute of …

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New England MHTTC

New England MHTTC   The core mission of the New England MHTTC is to use …

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New England Addiction Technology Transfer Center

About the ATTC Network Who We Are The ATTC Network is an international, multidisciplinary resource …

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National Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioral Health

The National Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioral Health (NNED) is a network of community-based organizations focused …

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National Institute on Drug Abuse: NIDAMED: Clinical Resources: Opioid Crisis and Pain Management

National Institute on Drug Abuse NIDA is the lead federal agency supporting scientific research on …

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National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC

National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC   Our mission is to provide high-quality training and technical …

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National Harm Reduction Coalition: Training Guide: Getting Off Right: A safety Manual for Injection Drug Users

Training Guide GETTING OFF RIGHT: A SAFETY MANUAL FOR INJECTION DRUG USERS Introduction Disclaimer: This …

ME Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation and the Future Opioid Response

Opioid Response Governor Mills is committed to combatting the opioid crisis and protecting Maine families. …

Maine Health Substance Use Disorder Treatment Resources and Training

Substance Use Disorder Treatment Resources and Training With the understanding that substance use disorder (SUD) …

educational-resources
Maine Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach Naloxone and Safety (OPTIONS) Initiative

About OPTIONS The Overdose Prevention Through Intensive Outreach Naloxone and Safety (OPTIONS) initiative is a …

Maine Independent Clinical Information Service (MICIS)

MICIS   MICIS, the Maine Independent Clinical Information Service, is an innovative educational outreach program …

Maine Drug Data Hub

Maine Drug Data Hub The Maine Drug Data Hub is a collaboration between several state …

Maine Department of Health and Human Services Prescription Monitoring Program

Prescription Monitoring Program The Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) is a secure database that is used …

Governor’s Opioid Response Summit Webinars

Governor Mills Opioid Response Summit & Seminars are part of the state’s strong commitment to …

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Opioids Updating of CDC Opioid Prescribing Guideline

Process for Updating the Opioid Prescribing Guideline The draft 2022 CDC Clinical Practice Guideline for …

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Opioids

Safer Prescribing Saves Lives: Opioid Prescribing Guideline Chronic pain is common, multidimensional, and individualized. Treatment …

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Maine Medical Association, Center for Quality Improvement

The MMA-CQI Learning Lab has been designed to support health care practitioners and professionals, and …

CA Bridge

Our vision is that all people who use drugs will have access to evidence-based treatment …

Boston Medical Center Office Based Addiction Treatment Training and Technical Assistance

Boston Medical Center (BMC) Office Based Addiction Treatment (OBAT) Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Expanding …

American Society of Addiction Medicine 

Who is AAFP? Our mission is simple: Strengthen family physicians and the communities they care …

American Academy of Family Physicians: Chronic Pain Management Toolkit

INTRODUCTION Chronic pain is common in the U.S., with anywhere from 11% to 40% of …

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Opioids and Substance Use Disorder

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: A Profile The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality …

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Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network

The ATTC Network is an international, multidisciplinary resource for professionals in the addictions treatment and …

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