The activity is to include three presentations that will share the speaker's stories of substance use disorder lived experience, including their experiences with stigma, harm reduction methods, and medications for opioid use (MOUD) / Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) as best practice when possible. A free Naloxone training will be provided by the Egyptian Health Department to conclude the event. The goal is to increase attendant's knowledge of and awareness of personal and community stigma towards persons with substance use disorders, as well as harm reduction methods and MOUD/MAT as best practice and the corresponding positive impacts on morbidity and mortality rates.
Date: Mar 18, 2021 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Registration closes on Mar 18, 2021 05:50 PM
- Clinical Psychologists
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SIUE School of Medicine CE
An event hosted by the SIH SUPPORT Grant Program, in partnership with the Healthy Southern Illinois Delta Network's Franklin Williamson Substance Misuse Coalition and Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.
- Explain that recovery is possible for people experiencing extremely dysfunctional lifestyles, how approaches in harm reduction can facilitate recovery, and the role recovery communities play in supporting people in the process of recovery.
- Identify stigma associated with drug use and addiction
- Use harm reduction best practices for wellness.
- Illustrate the importance of peer-led harm reduction, and share how to expand capacity and work extensively to advocate for PWUD.
- 5. Demonstrate how to make healthier choices by empowering patients to define their personal recovery through harm reduction education and connection.
- Compare the impact of legal and illegal opioids in the community, how to recognize the signs of an overdose.
- Demonstrate how to access and administer life-saving, opioid reversal medication.
Time: 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM