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This bundled product includes all the on-demand courses listed below. Purchasing as a bundle allows you to access these courses for 30% off their individual list price. Participants can take each course on their own time and individual course CECs are listed below. All on-demand courses are available for 365 days from purchase date.
Women, Babies & the Opioid Epidemic (3 CECs- Addiction and Recovery)
This presentation starts with the basics of opioid dependence--recognition, diagnosis and treatment, as well as an update on the current epidemic of overdose deaths and their causes. It explores gender-specific issues of opioid use disorders, and covers Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT). The content will include the use of standard diagnostic criteria, screening tools, current psychopharmacological interventions and a broad range of evidence-based and best-practice therapeutic and theoretical strategies.
This presentation will highlight the initiative begun in 2010 at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital. A multidisciplinary team there has developed an initiative to improve with quality of care of infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. Key interventions included standardized nonpharmacologic care coupled with an empowering message to parents, a novel approach to assessment, administration of morphine only on an as-needed basis, and transfer of infants directly to the inpatient unit, bypassing the NICU.
Trainers: Charles Atkins, MD & Matthew Grossman, MD
Opioids: Whole Person Approaches to Treatment & Recovery (3.5 CECs - Addiction and Recovery)
This workshop explores how we got to where we are with opioids, and what strategies, including medication assisted treatment, legislative fixes, wellness, therapeutic interventions, and such are being put into play to turn back the tide of disability and death. The program will explore how to accurately and thoroughly assess an individual, and work with them to construct reality-based plans that will move them forward in the direction of recovery and overall goals and aspirations.
As the majority of individuals with opioid use disorders have at least one co-occurring mental health problem, and often related medical issues, a whole-person, and highly individualized, approach will be emphasized. The content includes the use of standard diagnostic criteria, public-domain screening tools, current psychopharmacological interventions and a broad range of evidence-based therapeutic and theoretical strategies (CBT, DBT, 12-step, Motivational Enhancement, Stage of Change Theory, Harm Reduction, Recovery, Trauma-based therapies, Peer Support, Wellness etc.).
Trainer: Charles Atkins, MD
Women, Opioid Use Disorders & the Complex Conundrum of Co-occurring Disorders (5 CECs Addition and Recovery)
This program opens with the basics of opiate dependence-recognition, diagnosis and treatment. From there it explores gender-specific issues of the opiate dependent woman throughout the life cycle. This part of the program includes specifics related to pregnancy and the post-partum, as well as psychosocial risks and protective factors.
The second half of the training focuses on opiate-dependent women who have one or more co-occurring mental health disorder(s) and other substance abuse disorders. The program presents strategies for teasing out multiple diagnoses and constructing treatment that insures all active issues are addressed. The content will include the use of standard diagnostic criteria, screening tools, current psychopharmacological interventions and a broad range of therapeutic and theoretical strategies (CBT, DBT, 12-step, Motivational Enhancement, Stage of Change Theory, Harm Reduction, Recovery, Peer Support, etc.)
Caring for Pregnant & Parenting Women with Substance Use Disorder (2 CECs- Addition and Recovery)
Participants will examine ways to respond to women with substance use disorders to improve patient interactions and receive an overview of best practices for early intervention to promote maternal recovery and child safety.
Trainer: Hendree Jones, PhD
Maternal Substance Use & Child Maltreatment (1 CEC- Addiction and Recovery)
In this on-demand training, participants will identify ways to improve maternal-child bonding and examine ways to respond to women with SUD to improve patient interactions.
Trainer: Margaret H. Lloyd Sieger, PhD
Sex & Gender, Policy & Punishment in the Opioid Crisis (1.5 CECs Addiction and Recovery)
Participants will gain a basic understanding of the differences between drug policy generally and during pregnancy in order to improve maternal-child bonding.
Trainer: Mishka Terplan MD, MPH, FACOG, DFASAM
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