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This is one of three courses that comprise the Opioid Use Disorder Education Program (OUDEP), an innovative interprofessional continuing education program produced by Harvard Medical School (HMS). Identification, Counseling, and Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder focuses on current best practices in identification and treatment of OUD, including treatment and maintenance with different medications, psychosocial approaches to treatment, addressing co-occurring psychiatric disorders, and preventing and treating overdose.
This page offers background information and tips for providers to keep in mind while using person-first language, as well as terms to avoid to reduce stigma and negative bias when discussing addiction.
The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to addiction treatment clinicians and programs on the treatment of pregnant people with addiction during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy's Program Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU) has created a pre-implementation survey to collect information prior to implementation for sites onboarding to Innovative Health Systems Initiative (IHSI) projects.
The RCORP-TA Policy Academy Town Hall took place on September 1, 2020. Please find the presentation and recording posted here.
To raise awareness of increasing overdose events and deaths related to cocaine and other stimulant use, and to provide guidance to health care providers on clinically managing and preventing harm from cocaine and stimulant use disorders.
This final rule makes changes to the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) regulations governing the Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records. These changes were prompted by the need to continue aligning the regulations with advances in the U.S. health care delivery system, while retaining important privacy protections for individuals seeking treatment for substance use disorders (SUDs).
The MAT for OUD Playbook aims to address the growing need for guidance as more primary care practices and health systems begin to implement MAT. The Playbook’s framework is designed to be useful for practices implementing any array of MAT services.
Posted 6/18/2020 (updated 6/19/2020)
This paper includes nine key barriers that prevent access to evidence-based care, including stigma; inadequate clinical training; a dearth of addiction specialists; lack of integration of MOUD provision in practice; regulatory, statutory, and data sharing restrictions; and financial barriers. Action from a number of actors is urgently needed to address this crisis.
This was the second session in the telehealth series. There were various speakers and panelists from agencies including JBS International, Global Partnership for Telehealth, H.O.P.E. Telehealth Consortium, HRSA’s Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, and the Telehealth Resource Centers.