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Stigma, Drugs and Policy: How Language Drives Change
Stigma associated with substance use and addiction remains one of the biggest barriers to treatment. This course examines factors involved in stigma and discrimination, and offers evidence-based strategies on how to overcome them.
Stimulant Use and Medication for Opioid Use Disorder
Learn the current data on stimulant use by patients on medication for opioid use disorder, what are the clinical concerns related to use of stimulants, and current evidence-based treatments for stimulant use.
Stimulant Use Disorders: Epidemiology, Clinical Challenges, and Treatments
This course reviews clinical challenges presented by stimulant users and current protocols for addressing acute medical/psychiatric conditions. Evidence-based behavioral/psychosocial strategies along with pharmacotherapies currently considered promising will be covered.
Strategies to decrease opioid prescribing and OUD in pregnant women
In this course, you will learn patterns of opioid prescribing in women, consequences of over-prescribing in women, and methods to prevent Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in women, including during pregnancy.
Treatment for Stimulant Use Disorder: Maximizing Evidence-Based Practice
Learn how to maximize the use of evidence-based practices for the treatment of stimulant use disorder, including discussion of contingency management, CBT, community reinforcement, motivational interviewing, and physical activity.
Technological Addictions: Focus on Gambling, Gaming, and Cybersex
Presenter: Dr. Petros Levounis
As technology becomes integrated into every facet of modern life, technological addictions are becoming increasingly prevalent. This session will inform healthcare professionals about the addictive potential of technology and help them view these addictions as legitimate psychiatric conditions worthy of medical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.
The Emergency Department’s Role in Stemming the Tide of Opioid Misuse
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.
Transgender and Gender Expansive Adults: Foundations for Behavioral Health and Medical Tx
A refresher and foundation for affirming language, terminology, and best practices to use when working with Transgender and Gender Expansive individuals, with a focus on medical and behavioral health settings.
Transgender and Gender Expansive Adults: Health Disparities and Support
This course provides an overview of the role and expectations for behavioral health clinicians with regard to treatment and social and medical transition planning for adults.