A free seminar on Full Spectrum Opioids for medical providers and students is set for 5:05 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, in E101, UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Register online.
This seminar will address current concepts in the assessment, treatment, and prevention of opioid addiction. It will cover current guidelines for medication-assisted treatments in rural areas, discuss and encourage local and state (medical and non-medical) resources to work together to approach the opioid epidemic, analyze the ECHO model as a cost-effective way to address opioid issues in a stigma-free community, and apply point of care and point of crisis treatment of opioid use disorder in an incarceration setting.
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The seminar is for all healthcare professionals affected by the opioid crisis, especially physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses, pharmacists, allied health providers, and health profession students.