2022 Workshop Sessions

Tuesday, November 1, 2022
10:30 AM-12:00 PM
A 1 – Foundations of Medication Assisted Treatment
Location: Holiday 1-3, Level 2 Primary Presenter: Marian Currens, CRNP – University of Maryland Medical Center, Center for Addiction Medicine Co-Presenter: G. Malik Burnett, MD, MBA, MPH – Employee Health and Safety, University of Maryland Midtown Campus Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

10:30 AM-12:00 PM
A2 – Systems-Level Partnerships in Implementing Innovative Enhancements in the Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders
Location: Holiday 4, Level 2 Primary Presenter: Kisha M. Winston-Watkins, MBA, LCSWC (she/her/hers)- Behavioral Health System Baltimore (BHSB) Co-Presenter: Salima Montes, LCPC,CAC-AD – Behavioral Health Administration
Co-Presenter: Theresa E. Tassey, MD, MPH, MS- Medis Logica, LLC Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

10:30 AM-12:00 PM
A3 – The Future of Peer-Led Meetings: Successes in Virtual All-Recovery Support Meetings During COVID-19
Location: Holiday 5, Level 2
Speaker: Michael Litterer, CHES, CPS, FHELA- RWJBarnabas Health
Speaker: Gina Zaccagnino, LCSW – Institute for Prevention and Recovery Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

10:30 AM-12:00 PM
A4 – Legal and Policy Strategies to Improve Access to Medications for Opioid
Use Disorder in the Criminal Legal System
Location: Peale A-C, Level 1 Primary Presenter: Gabrielle R. de la Gueronniere, J.D./Law- Legal Action Center
Co-Presenter: Deborah A. Reid, J.D. – Legal Action Center
Co-Presenter: Rebekah Joab, J.D. – Legal Action Center Public Policy/Regulatory and Financial Issues
1.5 Credits

10:30 AM-12:00 PM
AS – Harnessing Your Expertise: AATOD Media Training with Reporting on Addiction
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Jonathan J. Stoltman, PhD (he/him/his)- Reporting on Addiction; Opioid
Policy Institute
Co-Presenter: Ashton Marra, MS – Reporting on Addiction
Co-Presenter: Mishka Terplan, MD – Friends Research Institute Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

1 :30 PM -3:00 PM
1 – Effectively Treating the Aging and Elderly in Opioid Treatment Programs: A Comprehensive Model
Location: Holiday 1-3, Level 2 Primary
Presenter: Linda Hurley, MA- CODAC Behavioral Healthcare
Co-Presenter: Andrew C. Stone, MD- CODAC Behavioral Healthcare
Co-Presenter: Catherine DeGood, DO – CODAC Behavioral Healthcare Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

1 :30 PM -3:00 PM
2 – A Comparative Effectiveness Trial of Extended-Release Medications with Individuals Leaving Jail: Lessons Learned Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1 Primary
Presenter: Michael S. Gordon, DPA- Friends Research Institute
Co-Presenter: Marc Fishman, MD – Maryland Treatment Centers
Co-Presenter: Mary Ann Thompson – St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center Opioid Abuse as a Public Health Crisis and Overdose as an Epidemic
1.5 Credits

 

1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
3 – Hub and Spoke Model lmplementation-9 years Later
Location: Peale A-C, Level 1 Primary
Presenter: John Brooklyn, MD -Howard Center Chittenden Clinic and BMRT St. Albans Hub
Co-Presenter: Anthony E. Folland, BA-State of Vermont
Co-Presenter: Beth A. Rutkowski, MPH -UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
B1 – Building Therapeutic Partnerships: The Most Important Evidenced-Based Practice
Location: Holiday 1-3, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Alan Nolan, LCSW -Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
B2 – Reverse the Cycle: Peer Interventions & Hospital-Based MAT Induction in Rural Appalachia
Location: Holiday 4, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Sadie Smith, MSW -Mosaic Group
Co-Presenter: Brian Myers, MBA, MTS, CMPE -Appalachian Regional Healthcare Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
B3 – Building Workforce Capacity to Address Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Developing a Shared Language
Location: Holiday 5, Level 2 Primary
Presenter: Deena M. Murphy, PhD -Opioid Response Network
Co-Presenter: Nicole M. Augustine, MPH, MCHES, PS – Opioid Response Network Workforce Development
1.5 Credits

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
B4 – Injectable Opioid Agonist Therapy in a Perinatal Acute Care Setting
Location: Peale A-C, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Charissa Patricelli, MD (she/her/hers)-Women’s Health Research Institute Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
B5 – MAT in Corrections: 5 Years of Increasing Success. A How-To and Why Story
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Linda Hurley, MA-CODAC Behavioral Healthcare
Co-Presenter: Rosemarie Martin, PhD (she/her/hers)-Brown University School of Public Health
Co-Presenter: Justin Berk, MD MPH MBA- Rhode Island Department of Corrections Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
B5 – MAT in Corrections: 5 Years of Increasing Success. A How-To and Why Story
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Linda Hurley, MA-CODAC Behavioral Healthcare
Co-Presenter: Rosemarie Martin, PhD (she/her/hers)-Brown University School of Public Health
Co-Presenter: Justin Berk, MD MPH MBA- Rhode Island Department of Corrections Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
B5 – MAT in Corrections: 5 Years of Increasing Success. A How-To and Why Story
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Linda Hurley, MA-CODAC Behavioral Healthcare
Co-Presenter: Rosemarie Martin, PhD (she/her/hers)-Brown University School of Public Health
Co-Presenter: Justin Berk, MD MPH MBA- Rhode Island Department of Corrections Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

Wednesday, November 2, 2022
1 :30 PM – 3:00 PM
C1 – Hepatitis C Testing and Treatment in Opioid Treatment Programs
Location: Holiday 1-3, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Ally Lor, BSN, RN, CARN -Community Medical Services
Co-Presenter: Michelle M. Byron, LPN -Community Medical Services Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

1 :30 PM – 3:00 PM
C2 – Collaborating to Address Systemic Racism in Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Anti-Racist Strategies
Location: Holiday 4, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Deena M. Murphy, PhD -Opioid Response Network
Co-Presenter: Laurie Krom, MS -University of Missouri – Kansas City
Co-Presenter: Holly N. Hagle, PhD -Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network Coordinating Office Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

1 :30 PM – 3:00 PM
C3 – An Integrated and Collaborative Approach to Addressing Opioid Misuse and Overdose in Anne Arundel County
Location: Holiday 5, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Tracy Schulden, LCSW-C -Anne Arundel County Health Department
Co-Presenter: Rebecca Trott, LCSW-C -Anne Arundel County Health Department Opioid Abuse as a Public Health Crisis and Overdose as an Epidemic
1.5 Credits

1:30 – 3:00 PM
C4 – Law and Medicine: Partnerships through the Opioid Response Network
Location: Peale A-C, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Kathryn Cates-Wessel, BA-American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
Co-Presenter: Rosemarie Martin, PhD (she/her/hers)-Brown University School of Public Health
Co-Presenter: Tara L. Kunkel, MSW -Rulo Strategies LLC Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

1 :30 PM -3:00 PM
C5 – Avoiding Burnout and Compassion Fatigue: How Self-Care among Substance Use Professionals Enhances Patient Care
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Maureen O’Neill Biggs, MSW, LCSW -Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc.
Co-Presenter: Alan Nolan, LCSW -Connecticut Counseling Centers, Inc. Workforce Development
1.5 Credits

3:15 PM-4:45 PM
01 – Substance Use Disorder in Pregnancy: Treatment throughout the Four Trimesters
Location: Holiday 1-3, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Hillary Tamar, MD (she/her/hers)-Community Medical Services Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

3:15 PM-4:45 PM
02 – The Power of Collaboration: Lessons Learned from OTP Partnerships with Massachusetts Jails and Prisons
Location: Holiday 4, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Tracy A. Desruisseaux, LADC-I -Spectrum Health Systems
Co-Presenter: Lori Canane, LADC II -Spectrum Health Systems
Co-Presenter: Sharif Nankoe, MD, MPA, MA, FASAM -Spectrum Health Systems Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

3:15 PM-4:45 PM
03 – Clinical Supervision Demands in the Substance Use Disorder Field: An Examination of Impact on Therapist Professional Development
Location: Holiday 5, Level 2 Primary Presenter: Julie V. Achtyl, MS, LMHC, Master CASAC, NCC, ACS -URMC/Strong Recovery
1.5 Credits

3:15 PM-4:45 PM
04 – Merging the Cultures of Behavioral Health and Law Enforcement to Create a Collaborative Team to Address Opioid Overdose
Location: Peale A-C, Level 1 Primary
Presenter: Daniel Barden, MS – CODAC Health Recovery & Wellness, Inc.
Co-Presenter: Larry Onate, MD – CODAC Health Recovery & Wellness, Inc
Co-Presenter: Ericka Stropka, B.S. – Tucson Police Department Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

3:15 PM-4:45 PM
05 – Civil Rights Protections for Parents in Child Welfare Services and in Recovery from an Opioid Use Disorder
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1 Primary
Presenter: Nancy K. Young, PhD – National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
Co-Presenter: Carla Carter, JD – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Opioid Abuse as a Public Health Crisis and Overdose as an Epidemic
1.5 Credits

 

Thursday, November 3, 2022
8:15AM – 9:45AM
E1 – Integrated Treatment of OUD and Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders
Location: Holiday 1, Level 2 Primary Presenter: Jeffrey H. Hsu, MD – Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

8:15AM – 9:45AM
E2 – NJ’s Integrated Opioid Treatment and Substance Exposed Infant Program: Improving Outcomes for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Their Babies
Location: Holiday 2-3, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Christine K. Scalise, MA, LPC, LCADC – NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Co-Presenter: Katherine C. Findley, PhD, MSW – NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Co-Presenter: Suzanne V. Borys, EdD – NJDMHAS Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

8:15AM-9:45AM
E3 – Person-Centered OTP Regulations: Opportunities for State-Level Reform
Location: Holiday 4-6, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Frances McGaffey, MPP – The Pew Charitable Trusts
Co-Presenter: Vanessa Baaklini, MSW- The Pew Charitable Trusts
Co-Presenter: Ryan Mueller, M.Ed, LPC, LAC (he/him/his)- Behavioral Health Administration
Public Policy/Regulatory and Financial Issues
1.5 Credits

8:15AM-9:45AM
E4 – Mile Square Methadone Clinic: An Integrated Collaborative Care Model in a Community Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)
Location: Peale A-C, Level 1 Primary Presenter: Nicole M. Gastala, MD (she/her/hers)- University of Illinois – Mile Square Health Center
Co-Presenter: Christine Neeb, MD – University of Illinois – Mile Square Health Center
Co-Presenter: Maria Bruni, PhD – Family Guidance Centers, Inc. Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

8:15AM – 9:45AM
ES – Addressing Barriers to Wellness and Recovery with Medical and Psychiatric Care Co-located in an Opioid Treatment Program
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1 Primary Presenter: Aditi Ringwala, MD – University of Maryland School of Medicine
Co-Presenter: Kate Dunn, MSN, RN, CNL (she/her/hers)- University of Maryland Faculty Physicians, Inc
Co-Presenter: Aaron D. Greenblatt, MD – University of Maryland School of Medicine
Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

10:00 AM -11 :30 AM
F1 – Improving Cross-System Collaboration to Reduce Stigma and Increase Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment Services
Location: Holiday 2-3, Level 2
Primary Presenter: Latonya Adjei-Tabi, MPA- National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare
Co-Presenter: Nancy K. Young, PhD – National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare Community Partners & Continuum of Care
1.5 Credits

10:00 AM – 11 :30 AM
F3 – Understanding Potential Legal Liability for Hospitals When Emergency Departments Do Not Offer Evidence-Based Substance Use Disorder Services
Location: Holiday 4-6, Level 2 Primary
Presenter: Sika Yeboah-Sampong, J.D. -Legal Action Center
Co-Presenter: Ellen M. Weber, J.D. -Legal Action Center
Patient Care & Best Practices
1.5 Credits

10:00 AM – 11 :30 AM
F4 – The Role of Opioid Treatment Programs in Implementing the National Drug Control Strategy
Location: Peale A-C, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Robert A. Kent, JD -White House Office of National Drug Control Policy
Co-Presenter: Elizabeth Connolly, MPA-Office of National Drug Control Policy
Public Policy/Regulatory and Financial Issues
1.5 Credits

10:00 AM – 11 :30 AM
F5 – Strategic Productivity, Engagement and Retention of Staff
Location: Johnson A-B, Level 1
Primary Presenter: Joshua Nirella, MS -Acadia Healthcare Workforce Development
1.5 Credits

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  • TREATING OPIOID USE DISORDER: SO MUCH MORE THAN MEDICATION #aatod2024

TODAY is the last day to take advantage of the discounted registration rate. #aatod2024 is the world’s premier training conference event for the treatment of #OUD.

For registration and hotel information ➡️ bit.ly/3Ue57Q6.

We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
  • #aatod2024 Conference Update. Comprehensive Listing/Descriptions of Workshops, Posters, and Hot Topic Roundtable Conference Sessions are now available ➡️ http://bit.ly/3Ue57Q6.

The workshop committee is pleased to present a dynamic workshop lineup that includes extremely rich and diverse educational content for all disciplines. You will hear from experts who will share the latest research and developments relating to opioid use disorders and treatment. The workshop lineup will include state of the art information on diverse areas of focus such as patient care and best practices, building community partnerships and collaborations, public policy and regulatory changes, workforce development, quality assurance, and financial reimbursement. There will be workshops that focus on emerging treatment trends and developments such as the fentanyl epidemic, mobile opioid treatment programs, regulatory changes, expansion of treatment services in rural areas, integrating treatment with the corrections systems, and integrating harm reduction initiatives. For those newer to the field or those who want a refresher on the basics, we have once again included a “Foundations” track which will include selections on the fundamentals of medication assisted treatment.

The conference will continue to be the world’s premier training and education event for the treatment of opioid use disorders.  We hope to see you in Las Vegas!
  • Patient access to OTPs saves lives every day.

AATOD has been working with policymakers and regulatory authorities to increase access to opioid treatment programs (OTPs) though the expansion of mobile vans and Medication Assisted Treatment in correctional facilities in the United States. 

Please support AATOD's mission by making an online donation ➡️ https://bit.ly/3uDOeDC #givingtuesday
  • Lev Facher represented a fair reporting of the current #methadone policy debate that took place at last week’s #STATSummit. 

“Mark Parrino, AATOD’s founder and president, cautioned during the panel that achieving sweeping change might not be so easy. The health system, he argued, is unprepared and even unwilling to make methadone a part of primary care. Potential obstacles, he said, include doctors’ lack of enthusiasm about prescribing methadone; pharmacists’ unwillingness to stock and dispense it; and drug manufacturers’ reluctance to manufacture and distribute it more widely, especially following the lawsuits and criticism many have experienced in the wake of the opioid crisis and the prescription opioid oversupply that accelerated it.” #morethanmedicine #opioidusedisorder #OpposetheMOTAA 

Read More ➡️ bit.ly/3tKb1gy
  • Earn up to 6 LADC & LPC CEU’s at 9th Annual OKATOD Conference, which is convening this Thursday, Oct 12th in Oklahoma City. 

This year, the focus turns to the paramount theme of #harmreduction and its profound role in ushering transformative pathways to #recovery.

Registration is now officially open, and you can secure your tickets promptly ➡️ bit.ly/45l3mm1

For more information, please visit www.okatod.org or send an email to a_rios@oktreatment.com.
  • Join OKATOD, one of AATOD’s state chapters, in Oklahoma City on Oct 12 as they convene their ninth annual OKATOD Conference. This year’s theme is HARM REDUCTION: A TRANSFORMATIVE APPROACH. 

Speakers include Mark Parrino (AATOD President), Maia Szalavitz, Teresa Stephensen, Dr. Larry Lovelace, Angela Harnden, Shajine Blake, and Jason Hall. 

Register ➡️ bit.ly/461CkkG
  • Final Opportunity to Submit Proposals for the #aatod2024 Conference. The submission window will close tonight at 12am ET.

To submit a proposal, please follow the on-screen instructions, bit.ly/3KxQSzU. For questions or additional information regarding the Call for Presentations, please send an email to meetings@aatod.org or call 856-423-3091.

We look forward to receiving your submissions and hope to see you at the conference for what will be the premier conference on the treatment of opioid use disorders in 2024! #morethanmedicine #programnotapill #opioids #OUD #OpioidUseDisorder #submitproposal
  • Today is the Final Day to Submit Proposals for the #aatod2024 conference, 9/21 ➡️ bit.ly/3KxQSzU

The Workshop Committee encourages you to submit proposals on innovative initiatives to enhance patient outcomes, improve program development and administration, promote integration across the continuum of care, and the development of collaborations with organizations outside of the traditional opioid treatment system.

Conference Objectives:
1️⃣Conduct a comprehensive review of the latest evidence addressing the opioid epidemic and its implications for patients, clinicians, administrators, and policy makers by identifying the most effective interventions.
2️⃣Discuss peer to peer approaches in treating opioid use disorder in an effort to improve patient outcomes in health systems, organizations, and communities.
3️⃣Evaluate the gaps in current services for opioid use disorder and develop recommendations to improve the delivery of multidisciplinary care in various populations based upon evidence-based practices.
4️⃣Disseminate a comprehensive plan of innovative services designed to treat emerging needs of patients with opioid use disorder and improve patient outcomes by providing examples of effective methods and how to implement them.
5️⃣Identify effective referral pathways to other health services offering treatment for conditions associated with opioid use disorder addiction and/or recovery by developing partnerships within the community.
  • We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submitting presentations for the #aatod2024 Conference has been extended to Thursday, September 21, 2023.

We encourage all interested parties to take advantage of this opportunity and submit their proposals as soon as possible. We look forward to receiving your proposals and to seeing you in Las Vegas in 2024. 

https://conta.cc/3PiV5ck
  • August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day 
💜 #IOAD2023 
💜 #NaloxoneSavesLives 
💜 #EndOverdoseNow

Please contact your State Opioid Treatment Authority for locations in your community that distribute naloxone kits —> bit.ly/3qVPOPz. 

 Full Video 🎥 bit.ly/3ElzdYD
TREATING OPIOID USE DISORDER: SO MUCH MORE THAN MEDICATION #aatod2024

TODAY is the last day to take advantage of the discounted registration rate. #aatod2024 is the world’s premier training conference event for the treatment of #OUD.

For registration and hotel information ➡️ bit.ly/3Ue57Q6.

We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
TREATING OPIOID USE DISORDER: SO MUCH MORE THAN MEDICATION #aatod2024 TODAY is the last day to take advantage of the discounted registration rate. #aatod2024 is the world’s premier training conference event for the treatment of #OUD. For registration and hotel information ➡️ bit.ly/3Ue57Q6. We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
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#aatod2024 Conference Update. Comprehensive Listing/Descriptions of Workshops, Posters, and Hot Topic Roundtable Conference Sessions are now available ➡️ http://bit.ly/3Ue57Q6.

The workshop committee is pleased to present a dynamic workshop lineup that includes extremely rich and diverse educational content for all disciplines. You will hear from experts who will share the latest research and developments relating to opioid use disorders and treatment. The workshop lineup will include state of the art information on diverse areas of focus such as patient care and best practices, building community partnerships and collaborations, public policy and regulatory changes, workforce development, quality assurance, and financial reimbursement. There will be workshops that focus on emerging treatment trends and developments such as the fentanyl epidemic, mobile opioid treatment programs, regulatory changes, expansion of treatment services in rural areas, integrating treatment with the corrections systems, and integrating harm reduction initiatives. For those newer to the field or those who want a refresher on the basics, we have once again included a “Foundations” track which will include selections on the fundamentals of medication assisted treatment.

The conference will continue to be the world’s premier training and education event for the treatment of opioid use disorders.  We hope to see you in Las Vegas!
#aatod2024 Conference Update. Comprehensive Listing/Descriptions of Workshops, Posters, and Hot Topic Roundtable Conference Sessions are now available ➡️ http://bit.ly/3Ue57Q6. The workshop committee is pleased to present a dynamic workshop lineup that includes extremely rich and diverse educational content for all disciplines. You will hear from experts who will share the latest research and developments relating to opioid use disorders and treatment. The workshop lineup will include state of the art information on diverse areas of focus such as patient care and best practices, building community partnerships and collaborations, public policy and regulatory changes, workforce development, quality assurance, and financial reimbursement. There will be workshops that focus on emerging treatment trends and developments such as the fentanyl epidemic, mobile opioid treatment programs, regulatory changes, expansion of treatment services in rural areas, integrating treatment with the corrections systems, and integrating harm reduction initiatives. For those newer to the field or those who want a refresher on the basics, we have once again included a “Foundations” track which will include selections on the fundamentals of medication assisted treatment. The conference will continue to be the world’s premier training and education event for the treatment of opioid use disorders. We hope to see you in Las Vegas!
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Patient access to OTPs saves lives every day.

AATOD has been working with policymakers and regulatory authorities to increase access to opioid treatment programs (OTPs) though the expansion of mobile vans and Medication Assisted Treatment in correctional facilities in the United States. 

Please support AATOD's mission by making an online donation ➡️ https://bit.ly/3uDOeDC #givingtuesday
Patient access to OTPs saves lives every day. AATOD has been working with policymakers and regulatory authorities to increase access to opioid treatment programs (OTPs) though the expansion of mobile vans and Medication Assisted Treatment in correctional facilities in the United States. Please support AATOD's mission by making an online donation ➡️ https://bit.ly/3uDOeDC #givingtuesday
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Lev Facher represented a fair reporting of the current #methadone policy debate that took place at last week’s #STATSummit. 

“Mark Parrino, AATOD’s founder and president, cautioned during the panel that achieving sweeping change might not be so easy. The health system, he argued, is unprepared and even unwilling to make methadone a part of primary care. Potential obstacles, he said, include doctors’ lack of enthusiasm about prescribing methadone; pharmacists’ unwillingness to stock and dispense it; and drug manufacturers’ reluctance to manufacture and distribute it more widely, especially following the lawsuits and criticism many have experienced in the wake of the opioid crisis and the prescription opioid oversupply that accelerated it.” #morethanmedicine #opioidusedisorder #OpposetheMOTAA 

Read More ➡️ bit.ly/3tKb1gy
Lev Facher represented a fair reporting of the current #methadone policy debate that took place at last week’s #STATSummit. “Mark Parrino, AATOD’s founder and president, cautioned during the panel that achieving sweeping change might not be so easy. The health system, he argued, is unprepared and even unwilling to make methadone a part of primary care. Potential obstacles, he said, include doctors’ lack of enthusiasm about prescribing methadone; pharmacists’ unwillingness to stock and dispense it; and drug manufacturers’ reluctance to manufacture and distribute it more widely, especially following the lawsuits and criticism many have experienced in the wake of the opioid crisis and the prescription opioid oversupply that accelerated it.” #morethanmedicine #opioidusedisorder #OpposetheMOTAA Read More ➡️ bit.ly/3tKb1gy
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Earn up to 6 LADC & LPC CEU’s at 9th Annual OKATOD Conference, which is convening this Thursday, Oct 12th in Oklahoma City. 

This year, the focus turns to the paramount theme of #harmreduction and its profound role in ushering transformative pathways to #recovery.

Registration is now officially open, and you can secure your tickets promptly ➡️ bit.ly/45l3mm1

For more information, please visit www.okatod.org or send an email to a_rios@oktreatment.com.
Earn up to 6 LADC & LPC CEU’s at 9th Annual OKATOD Conference, which is convening this Thursday, Oct 12th in Oklahoma City. 

This year, the focus turns to the paramount theme of #harmreduction and its profound role in ushering transformative pathways to #recovery.

Registration is now officially open, and you can secure your tickets promptly ➡️ bit.ly/45l3mm1

For more information, please visit www.okatod.org or send an email to a_rios@oktreatment.com.
Earn up to 6 LADC & LPC CEU’s at 9th Annual OKATOD Conference, which is convening this Thursday, Oct 12th in Oklahoma City. This year, the focus turns to the paramount theme of #harmreduction and its profound role in ushering transformative pathways to #recovery. Registration is now officially open, and you can secure your tickets promptly ➡️ bit.ly/45l3mm1 For more information, please visit www.okatod.org or send an email to a_rios@oktreatment.com.
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Join OKATOD, one of AATOD’s state chapters, in Oklahoma City on Oct 12 as they convene their ninth annual OKATOD Conference. This year’s theme is HARM REDUCTION: A TRANSFORMATIVE APPROACH. 

Speakers include Mark Parrino (AATOD President), Maia Szalavitz, Teresa Stephensen, Dr. Larry Lovelace, Angela Harnden, Shajine Blake, and Jason Hall. 

Register ➡️ bit.ly/461CkkG
Join OKATOD, one of AATOD’s state chapters, in Oklahoma City on Oct 12 as they convene their ninth annual OKATOD Conference. This year’s theme is HARM REDUCTION: A TRANSFORMATIVE APPROACH. Speakers include Mark Parrino (AATOD President), Maia Szalavitz, Teresa Stephensen, Dr. Larry Lovelace, Angela Harnden, Shajine Blake, and Jason Hall. Register ➡️ bit.ly/461CkkG
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Final Opportunity to Submit Proposals for the #aatod2024 Conference. The submission window will close tonight at 12am ET. To submit a proposal, please follow the on-screen instructions, bit.ly/3KxQSzU. For questions or additional information regarding the Call for Presentations, please send an email to meetings@aatod.org or call 856-423-3091. We look forward to receiving your submissions and hope to see you at the conference for what will be the premier conference on the treatment of opioid use disorders in 2024! #morethanmedicine #programnotapill #opioids #OUD #OpioidUseDisorder #submitproposal
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Today is the Final Day to Submit Proposals for the #aatod2024 conference, 9/21 ➡️ bit.ly/3KxQSzU The Workshop Committee encourages you to submit proposals on innovative initiatives to enhance patient outcomes, improve program development and administration, promote integration across the continuum of care, and the development of collaborations with organizations outside of the traditional opioid treatment system. Conference Objectives: 1️⃣Conduct a comprehensive review of the latest evidence addressing the opioid epidemic and its implications for patients, clinicians, administrators, and policy makers by identifying the most effective interventions. 2️⃣Discuss peer to peer approaches in treating opioid use disorder in an effort to improve patient outcomes in health systems, organizations, and communities. 3️⃣Evaluate the gaps in current services for opioid use disorder and develop recommendations to improve the delivery of multidisciplinary care in various populations based upon evidence-based practices. 4️⃣Disseminate a comprehensive plan of innovative services designed to treat emerging needs of patients with opioid use disorder and improve patient outcomes by providing examples of effective methods and how to implement them. 5️⃣Identify effective referral pathways to other health services offering treatment for conditions associated with opioid use disorder addiction and/or recovery by developing partnerships within the community.
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We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submitting presentations for the #aatod2024 Conference has been extended to Thursday, September 21, 2023. We encourage all interested parties to take advantage of this opportunity and submit their proposals as soon as possible. We look forward to receiving your proposals and to seeing you in Las Vegas in 2024. https://conta.cc/3PiV5ck
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August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day 💜 #IOAD2023 💜 #NaloxoneSavesLives 💜 #EndOverdoseNow Please contact your State Opioid Treatment Authority for locations in your community that distribute naloxone kits —> bit.ly/3qVPOPz. Full Video 🎥 bit.ly/3ElzdYD
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Announcing groundbreaking updates: HHS/SAMHSA's new regulations mark a significant step forward for opioid treatment programs. Fostering enhanced accessibility, flexibility and patient dignity. Gratitude to @@AATOD1984 for their pivotal role in this progress. #OpioidTreatment

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