Medication Assisted Treatment of Opiate Use Disorders - Overcoming Barriers: BAR 1 will focus on Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) and pain management, including acute pain treatment, as well as preoperative patients and anesthesia; BAR 2 will focus on barriers, such as stigma, behavioral health therapy and case management components, burden of drug testing, diversion tactics, provider liability, polysubstance use with focus on methamphetamine, and comorbidity.
Date: Jun 16, 2021 12:00 PM - Sep 15, 2021 01:30 PM
Registration closes on Sep 15, 2021 12:00 PM
- Clinical Psychologists
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Registration closes on Sep 15, 2021
at 12:00 PM
- To demonstrate and encourage non-practicing MAT providers to the value to patients of providing increased addiction recovery services for southern Illinois residents
Aaron Newcomb, D.O.
Brief Bio : Dr. Newcomb is a family medicine physician in a FQHC.
Jeffrey W. Ripperda, M.D.
Stacy Agosto, LCSW, CADC