This TeleECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is designed to improve healthcare provider capacity to implement evidence-based practices related to substance use disorder (SUD) prevention, screening, early intervention, referral to treatment, and risk reduction. Informational flyer.
There is no cost to participate in this series, however, pre-registration is required. Register here.
While helpful to everyone, this series is specifically designed for clinicians who work in the primary care setting.
SCHEDULE: Sessions will be held from 12 - 1 p.m. Central Time.
- APRIL 1, 2021: Opioid Use Disorder: The Natural History of a Wicked Problem
- Danial Warren, M.D., University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita
- APRIL 8, 2021: SBIRT: Starting the Conversation about Substance Use
- Christina Boyd, LSCSW, LCAC, KU School of Social Welfare, Hope and Wellness Resources
- APRIL 15, 2021: Implementing SUD Treatment in Primary Care: A Rural Health Example
- Lacey Spohn, APRN, Bacani / McKinney Clinic
- APRIL 22, 2021: The Kansas Perceptive on the Opioid Crisis
- Jennifer Donnelly, M.P.H., Kansas Board of Pharmacy
- Krista Machado, MS, DCCCA
- APRIL 29, 2021: Strategies for Harm Reduction and Maximizing Pharmacy Partners
- Andrew Roberts, PharmD, Ph.D., KU Medical Center, Department of Population Health