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Substance Use Disorder: Identification and Referral Part II STUDENTS ONLY (5/2/2020) - CANCELLED
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When: Saturday May 2, 2020
9:00 AM to 5:15 PM
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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 
United States
Contact: Janet Astle

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Special Presentation: Substance Use Disorder -  Identification and Referral Part II

The Substance Use Disorder Certificate Program is an innovative program designed to assist pharmacists in identifying substance use issues, conducting an assessment, and making referrals.  The program is comprised of online home study modules and in-person live components. The online home study module and the one-day, live, in-person session total 17 credit hours of educational content. Participants will receive a Certificate of Achievement upon successful completion of the program.  Completion includes Part I and Part II as well as the post assessment:

 

  • Self-study activities (10 hours)
  • Live Interactive seminar (7 hours)
  • Post-seminar assessment

This program may be applied towards the two hours of CE on opioid, pain management and addiction.  Part I is the

prerequisite for Part II and must be completed prior to attending Part II.

 

Co-Developed with Duquesne University.  Duquesne is the recipient of a grant from AmeriSource Bergen Foundation

Schedule:

 

 

 

 

Post-Assessment (at home)                                                                                       



Presenters at the Conference

 

 

Jane Cavanaugh, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology,

Duquesne University, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences,

School of Pharmacy

 

 

Thomas S. Franko, Pharm.D., BCACP, Assistant Professor,

Wilkes University 

 

 

For more information including objectives and faculty information CLICK HERE!

 

 

 

Cost: 

$10



Accreditation

The Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

 

Substance Use Disorder Certificate Program:  Identification and Referral

Learning Objectives for the Live Programming Component: Part Two

7 hours of Continuing Education

 

Session One

The “Substance” of Substance Use Disorders – Etiology and Associated Stigma (1.5 hours)

 

1.      Describe the current trends associated with the prevalence of substance use disorders.

2.      Explain the neuroscience related to substance use disorders.

3.      Discuss the choice argument vs. disease model of substance use disorders.

4.      Compare and contrast substance use disorders with other chronic diseases.

5.      Explore the role of stigma as a barrier to treatment.

 

Session Two

A Recap of Commonly Abused Substances (0.5 hour)

 

1.      Describe the mechanism of action for categories of commonly abused substances.

2.      List the primary adverse effects for categories of commonly abused substances.

3.      List the primary withdrawal symptoms for categories of commonly abused substances.

 

Session Three

Screening Tools – Administration and Interpretation (1.0 hour)

 

1.      Utilize the PDMP and pre-screening questions to identify patients at risk for substance use disorders.

2.      Apply appropriate screening instruments to further refine and define the level of risk for substance use disorders.

3.      Explore patient cases that illustrate the administration and interpretation of screening instruments for substance use disorders.

 

Session Four

Motivational Interviewing and Warm Hand-Offs: Examples and Case Studies (1.0 hour)

 

1.      Describe the various frameworks that can be employed in motivational interviewing approaches.

2.      Employ tools such as the readiness ruler, decisional matrix, and reflection that can be utilized in motivational interviewing.

3.      Explore example cases that illustrate motivational interviewing and the warm hand-off process for patients who may be suffering from a substance use disorder.

 

 

 

Session Five

Activity:  Screening, Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (1.5 hours)

 

1.      Participate as a health care provider in a mock screening and intervention for a patient at risk for a substance use disorder.

2.      Play the role of a patient in a mock screening and intervention for an individual at risk for a substance use disorder.

3.      Evaluate the effectiveness of a fellow peer in a mock screening and intervention for a patient at risk for a substance use disorder utilizing a rubric.

4.      Participate in a debriefing session for the mock screening and intervention exercise.

 

Session Six

Activity:  Development of a Protocol for the Practice Site (1.0 hour)

 

1.      Identify educational resources and materials relative to substance use disorders that can be made available for distribution at the practice setting.

2.      Build a list of area resources and referrals relative to substance use disorders that can be made available for distribution at the practice setting.

3.      Identify a contact and referral list that can be accessed for a warm hand-off.

4.      Design a protocol for the practice site that can be followed when encountering an individual at risk for a substance use disorder.

 

Session Seven

Documentation for Billing (0.5 hour)

 

1.      Identify appropriate billing codes for substance use disorder treatment planning.

2.      Discuss proper documentation and follow-up for substance use disorder treatment planning.

 

 

 


 

  

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