Initiation of Buprenorphine in Outpatient Settings

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This training will cover a range of evidence-based strategies for initiating buprenorphine treatment within ambulatory care practices. Special attention will be directed towards effective measures that support the transition of patients using illicitly manufactured fentanyl onto prescribed buprenorphine. For more information and to register click here

MA OBAT ECHO®: Long Acting Buprenorphine – New Formulations

Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance As part of the twice-monthly MA OBAT ECHO® series, Andrea Jodat, DNP, FNP-BC, CARN-AP, will present the didactic entitled “Long Acting Buprenorphine – New Formulations.” The didactic will be followed by a de-identified patient case presentation from an ECHO® participant and recommendations from the panel of experts and attendees. For more information and to register click here

Long-Acting Injectable Buprenorphine Treatments for Opioid Use Disorder

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This training is designed to provide healthcare teams with information on all the available FDA-approved monthly/weekly injectable buprenorphine formulations used to treat opioid use disorder, as well as how to incorporate them into clinical practice For more information and to register click here

Long-Acting Injectable Buprenorphine Treatments for Opioid Use Disorder

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This training is designed to provide healthcare teams with information on all the available FDA-approved monthly/weekly injectable buprenorphine formulations used to treat opioid use disorder, as well as how to incorporate them into clinical practice For more information and to register click here

Essentials of Treating Stimulant Use Disorder

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This three-hour course is intended to provide foundaThis three-hour course is designed to be a guide for addiction providers interested in providing and caring for people who use stimulants, namely cocaine and methamphetamines. Topics include neurobiology and physiology of addiction; identifying health risks of stimulant use; practical application of evidence-based treatment for… Read more »

Strategies to Identify and Address Alcohol Impaired Practice in the Healthcare Setting

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance It is estimated that up to 10-15% of healthcare workers will misuse substances at some point in their lifetime. In this training, participants will learn to identify signs and symptoms that may suggest alcohol-related impairment in the healthcare workplace. Effective, nonjudgmental, and empathetic communication strategies essential for addressing concerns of impairment will… Read more »

High-Intensity Drinking: The Rising Threat of a Dangerous Trend (Part of Alcohol Series)

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance High-intensity drinking (HID), defined by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) as consuming alcohol at levels that are 2-3x more than the gender-specific binge drinking thresholds, is an emerging and dangerous public health concern. This training will provide an overview of what constitutes high-intensity drinking, as well as current… Read more »

Addiction 101

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This training is designed to equip addiction medical treatment teams with the basics of wound assessment and treatment. Topics covered include assessment of wound tissue type, drainage, cleansing, dressing supplies, special considerations for loop drains, and xylazine-related wounds. For more information and to register click here

The Fundamentals of Wound Care

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This training is designed to equip addiction medical treatment teams with the basics of wound assessment and treatment. Topics covered include assessment of wound tissue type, drainage, cleansing, dressing supplies, special considerations for loop drains, and xylazine-related wounds. For more information and to register click here

Family members and addiction treatment outcomes: Applying research to clinical practice

This training fulfills the DEA’s 8-hour training requirement for prescribers. Free continuing education credits. Sponsor: Grayken Center for Addiction Training and Technical Assistance This training will highlight the importance of family and social support for people with SUD. The importance of evidence-based resources for families will be explained, and concrete and simple changes to current models of addiction treatment to engage the family will be introduced. For more information and to register click here