to the 2012 Conference
April 22, 2012
8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
McNicholas, MD, Philadelphia Veterans Administration Medical Center, Philadelphia,
Neshin, MD, JSAS Healthcare, Inc., Neptune, NJ
Payte, MD, Colonial Management Group, LP, Orlando, FL
Taylor, MD , JEVS Human Services, Philadelphia, PA
course is recommended for clinicians with experience and/or interest in the medication-assisted
treatment of opioid dependence. This program provides basic and state-of-the-art
information. The curriculum is updated to include current consensus guidance for
best practice treatment for opioid addiction. Topics include overview of opioid
dependence, epidemiology, opioid pharmacology/ neurobiology; evidence-based treatment
options, patient ssessment/selection, special populations, induction and maintenance
protocols, pain management, drug-to-drug interactions, adverse effects, methadone
deaths, managing medical/psychiatric problems, drug testing, regulatory issues,
an accreditation update, risk management and an overview of buprenorphine.
will receive a comprehensive syllabus with reference and resource materials. The
curriculum will include relevant case study discussion with audience participation
to facilitate the learning process. To further integrate the educational objectives,
participants are encouraged to discuss challenging problems and clinical issues
to facilitate understanding of didactic principles.
experienced opioid treatment program medical directors will conduct the program,
focusing on the goal for participants to acquire the essential knowledge and skills
necessary to deliver safe and effective medication-assisted treatment for patients
with opioid dependence.
$225.00 registration fee includes a morning coffee service and luncheon.
Fees Apply – Please see Registration Form
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