Medication-Assisted Treatment for Persons with Opioid Use Disorder: Treatment Protocols
Date: January 31, 2020
Class Type: Classroom
Instructor: Michael Gaudet, LICSW
This training is being offered by:
The Opioid Treatment Program Health Home Initiative and The New England Addiction Technology Transfer Center with support from The Substance Use and Mental Health Leadership Council of RI
This course presents a protocol for providing clinical intervention that incorporates stages of recovery and the stages of change (trans-theoretical theory). A generic outline of treatment objectives is followed by discussions of how this model will benefit working with persons with co-occurring medical disorders (chronic pain), co-occurring psychiatric disorders, women who are pregnant, adolescents and young adults, and those with multiple substance use. Participants should have a working knowledge of Opioid Use Disorder and the three FDA-approved medications to assist persons in their recovery efforts. Participants should come prepared to share some of the challenges they've experiences while working with this populations.
Continuing Education Credits:
Social Worker CEUs: This training has been approved by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for 6.0 continuing education credits.
Chemical Dependency Professionals CEUs: This training has been approved by the RI Certification Board for 6.0 continuing education credits (The RICB is an IC&RC affiliate).
Please Note: A pre-test is required to be taken before the training. In order to receive a training certificate, each participant must complete a post-test, and training evaluation within ten (10) days of completing the training. Instructions will be provided to the email address that you register with. Thank you.