On Demand Sessions

Special Populations

Special Populations

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Overview

There are several special populations that require considerations in evaluation and treatment. Culture includes the shared beliefs customs attitudes and environment that identifies a common population. Although amorphous, these differences represent important therapeutic goals in addressing substances of abuse.

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Agenda and Speakers

Special Populations
Anthony Dekker, DO, FAOAAM

Urine Drug Testing and Biomarkers

Urine Drug Testing and Biomarkers

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Overview

Substance use in the workplace has resulted in an increase in prevention, early identification and monitoring for substance use disorders. Biomarker monitoring standards will be reviewed.

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Agenda and Speakers

Urine Drug Testing and Biomarkers
Anthony Dekker, DO, FAOAAM

Overview of Gambling Disorder and Other Related Disorders

Overview of Gambling Disorder and Other Related Disorders

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Overview

Addiction practitioners are recognizing that certain nonsubstance behaviors—such as gambling, Internet use, video-game playing, sex, eating, and shopping—bear resemblance to substance use disorders. Gambling disorder is the only condition that was included in the “Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders” in DSM-5. In addition, because of the interaction between gambling disorder (GD) and other disorders, some patients being treated for alcohol, tobacco and drug use disorders might have an undiagnosed GD. This presentation reviews the epidemiology and phenomenology of gambling disorder. It covers recent advances in our understating of GD and describes treatment considerations.

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Agenda and Speakers

Overview of Gambling Disorder and Other Related Disorders
Antoine Douaihy, MD

Screening, Evaluation, and Diagnosis of Substance Use Disorders

Screening, Evaluation, and Diagnosis of Substance Use Disorders

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Overview

In this presentation, we review assessment tasks---screening, evaluation, and diagnosis--- and how they inform addiction treatment. Particularly, we will discuss recommended instruments for screening and multidimensional evaluation and their roles in the management of substance use disorders.

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Agenda and Speakers

Screening, Evaluation, and Diagnosis of Substance Use Disorders
Antoine Douaihy, MD

A Review of Level of Care Assessments 

A Review of Level of Care Assessments

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Overview

This course discusses the importance of performing a level of care assessment can help match patients to the appropriate treatment using The ASAM Criteria.

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Agenda and Speakers

A Review of Level of Care Assessments
Julie Kmiec, DO, FAOAAM

A Comprehensive Review of Methadone and Opioid Treatment Programs 

A Comprehensive Review of Methadone and Opioid Treatment Programs 

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Overview

This course reviews a brief history of treatment of opioid use disorder in the United States, the pharmacology of methadone, current regulations followed by opioid treatment programs, the treatment of pregnant women with methadone.

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Agenda and Speakers

A Comprehensive Review of Methadone and Opioid Treatment Programs
Julie Kmiec, DO, FAOAAM

Clinical Legal and Ethical Issues When Prescribing

Clinical Legal and Ethical Issues When Prescribing

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Overview

There are clear guidelines and laws in our prescribing in SUD and the SUD/general relationship. Following the general relationship guideline in SUD mirrors all other ethical treatment principles. A review how how that works with some SUD flavor to keep you out of court and safeguard you practice and license.

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Agenda and Speakers

Clinical Legal and Ethical Issues When Prescribing
William Morrone, DO, FAOAAM

Substance Disorders in Correctional Settings

Substance Disorders in Correctional Settings

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Overview

There are expectations in tribal court, drug court, jail and prison that are the same and that reflect policies that exceed the mission of general SUD care. Therapy and doctor’s orders are court orders. Evolving the fiat judicial-medical partnership is like dating and being honest with humanistic listening may force a long lasting relationship that will weather many storms, fate and critical melt downs. What brings providers and judges together and what destroys trust irreconcilably. Lessons in homelessness are needed as this is here to stay.

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Agenda and Speakers

Substance Disorders in Correctional Settings
John Lepley, DO
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