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This course provides fundamental knowledge about co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
This course will guide you in becoming aware of diversity in Maine and using that awareness to inform your approaches to behavioral health. The subjects covered include bias, similarities, special populations and poverty.
This brief, self-directed online course explores cutting-edge ethical issues arising out of practitioners’ and clients’ growing use of digital technology, electronic interventions and communications, and social media.
What happens to the brain when opioids are introduced? Where does the euphoria come from and why does it become something else over time? This brief, self-directed online course addresses these questions and more.
This brief, self-directed online course describes the opioids taken in overdose, discusses the evolution of the opioid epidemic, reviews statistics, and discusses the presentation and management of opioid overdose.
This brief, self-directed online course explores the contributions of the pharmacist and the supporting evidence and impact the pharmacist has on patient care.
In this web-based course, you will see people with their own experiences of recovery from co-occurring conditions discuss among themselves — and with service providers — the issues that are of most concern to them when they ask for help.
The Emergency Department (ED) can be an entry point for treatment, a safety net, or in some cases, a place to obtain drugs. This brief, self-directed online course explores how the ED can be part of the solution.
Course begins on September 27, 2018.
This 4-week course explores the assumptions and principles of a trauma-informed approach in organizations that provide behavioral health and co-occurring services to individuals and families.