Every other Tuesday from 12:00-1:00 pm EST beginning January 14th through April 7th.
Mental health and substance use disorders are common in the primary care setting, and frequently co-exist with and worsen the outcomes of chronic diseases. These disorders are undertreated due to inadequate recognition, a shortage of behavioral health clinicians, stigma, and challenges navigating complex healthcare systems. The goal of this course is to facilitate a team approach to improving recognition and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders in primary care through a mix of brief didactic presentations and discussion of complex patient cases.
|1 - Chronic Disease Model of Addiction, Epidemiology||1/14/2020|
|2 - Screening, Assessment and Diagnosis||1/28/2020|
|3 - Brief Intervention, Med Management, Counseling, and Relapse Prevention||2/11/2020|
|4 - Psychosocial Interventions||2/25/2020|
|5 - Pharmacotherapy for AUD||3/10/2020|
|6 - Pharmacotherapy of OUD||3/24/2020|
|7 - Use and Misuse of Cannabis||4/7/2020|