Sessions are typically held every other Friday from 12:00-1:30pm.
The purpose of this learning series is to build the capacity of primary care clinicians and their teams to diagnose and treat patients with opioid use disorder. During this ECHO we will examine the diagnosis and treatment of opioid use disorder and the medication assisted treatment of conditions in complex patients. A secondary purpose is to provide non-academic preceptors with a fund of knowledge about opioid use disorder that can be passed along to their learners.
|1 - Carilion ED Bridge to Treatment||1/17/2020|
|2 - Embedding Peers in the ED: Strengthening Pathways to HOPE||1/31/2020|
|3 - START NOW in Outpatient Based Opioid Treatment: How and Why||2/21/2020|
|4 - Who In Our Area Currently Provides MAT? - Learning About Resources||3/6/2020|
|5 - COVID-19: Key Messages for Virginia's Health Care Providers||3/20/2020|
|6 - OBOT in the Time of COVID-19: A Modified Regulatory Environment||4/3/2020|
|7 - Managing Crises During Teletherapy||4/24/2020|
|8 - Managing Risk of Opioid Misuse in an Orthopedic and Other Medical Settings||5/8/2020|
|9 - Self-Care in the Time of COVID-19 + Boundary Setting: Important ≠ Urgent!||5/22/2020|
|10 - “To Be Honest…” “What Does It Really Mean?”||6/5/2020|
|11 - Session Cancelled||6/19/2020|
|12 - Polysubstance Use Disorders - Focusing on Co-morbid Meth Use||7/10/2020|
|13 - TBA||7/24/2020|
|14 - TBA||8/7/2020|