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Presented by Carl Salzman, MD | This course provides a review of both normal and abnormal brain function and examines the relationships between brain dysfunction, psychiatric disorders and substance use disorders.
In this video course, Dr. Leah Bauer discusses evidence-based strategies to diagnose and treat co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders. This course is relevant for both providers and prescribers.
*Course temporarily unavailable – Feb 2022* This course provides fundamental knowledge about co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
This course describes the complexities of family planning decision making, with a focus on specific factors that influence family planning for women with opioid use disorder (OUD).
Review the utility of gabapentin and pregabalin for the treatment of pain, and compare and contrast the clinical use of these agents, with a focus on dosing, tolerability, monitoring, and patient education.
Non-Opioid Psychotropic Medications in the Treatment of Chronic Pain
This course reviews evidence-based non-opioid medications in the treatment of chronic pain, highlighting dosing and adjustment considerations, comparing and contrasting various medications, and providing an appropriate treatment regimen.
Presenter: Brian Meyers, PhD
This presentation will review what is known about mindfulness as a psychotherapeutic treatment, including what problems it treats effectively.
Presenter: Petros Levounis, MD, MA
This course will review the current research on the intersection of substance use and mental health, starting with a review of research on the neurobiology of substance use disorder, followed by substance specific trainings and a look at specific case examples. 6 contact hours
Curt Cyr, Ph.D., R.Ph
This course reviews the current state of the opioid epidemic, what the state Prescription Monitoring Program is, and what are the current CDC guidelines for treatment of chronic pain.
This course reviews the use of SBIRT (screening, brief intervention, referral to treatment) to discuss substance use with adolescents with a focus on stimulant use, including nicotine, prescription psychostimulants and illicit stimulants.
This course will introduce participants to models and concepts used at the Living Life Well Pain Rehabilitation Program at the Pain Center at Northern Light Mercy Hospital in Portland. These models and concepts point to the need for robust, community-wide, and multidisciplinary responses to help our neighbors, friends, and family members suffering with chronic pain.