RxSafe Humboldt Opioid Summit Virtual Series

Prevention | Management | Treatment


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EVENT DETAILS:

October 19th-23rd, from 12:00-2:00/2:30pm
Please Register for each day that you will attend!  Daily attendance incentive raffle!
CME/CEU is being submitted.  Determination of credit is pending.

AUDIENCE:

Clinicians, care teams, community-based organizations, community members and others, All are welcome!  Certain sessions may have particular interest for specific audiences.  Recommendations are reflected in the agenda below.

AGENDA:

Day and Time

Agenda Overview

Recommended Audience

Registration Links

 

DAY ONE
October 19th, 2020
12:00-2:00 pm

Session Moderator:
Rosemary DenOuden,
Humboldt IPA

 

WELCOMING REMARKS

  • Rosemary DenOuden, RxSafe Humboldt Chair
  • Mykia Washington, Yurok Tribal Wellness Coalition
  • Ted Hernandez, Wiyot Tribe Chairperson

WISDOM FROM LIVED EXPERIENCE (Dr. Candy Stockton and Panelists)

  • Hear lessons from individuals and family members who live with substance use disorder
  • Understand ways to addressing stigma and develop client-centered practices

 

All


Day One Registration

 

Day One Downloadable Materials

 

Day One Evaluation for CME/CEU

 

DAY TWO
October 20th, 2020
12:00-2:00pm

Session Moderator:
Trisha Cooke,
North Coast
Clinics Network

 

INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF ADDICTION (Dr. Candy Stockton)

  • Review a high-level overview of the neurobiology behind addiction
  • Understand how to translate learnings into practice

HARM REDUCTION IN PRIMARY CARE (Jessica Smith and Wes Harrison)

  • Learn about harm reduction key terms and methods
  • Understand how these practices are applied in primary care

 

Care Teams;  Community Based Organizations; Community Members

 

Day Two Registration

 

Day Two Downloadable Materials

 

Day Two Evaluation for CME/CEU

 

DAY THREE
October 21st, 2020
12:00-2:30pm

Session Moderator:
Rosemary DenOuden,
Humboldt IPA

 

BRAVO! ENCORE!: Strategies for Tapering Opioids and Treating Pain
(Dr. Christina Lasich)

  • Improve ability to evaluate and categorize pain to provide non-opioid solutions and reduce reliance on opioids
  • Learn how to have a conversation about functional goals and expectations during the treatment of chronic pain
  • Discover ways to use health and suffering as treatment door ways for both pain and addiction
  • Conclude with a discussion of local cases


PROVIDER AND PHARMACY PARTNERSHIP AT KIMAW MEDICAL CENTER

(Dr. Eva Smith and Dagim Taddesse, PharmD, APh, BC-ADM, CDCES)

  • An overview of provider and pharmacy collaboration to decrease opioid prescriptions and da evelop clinic-based MAT program
  • Participants will understand strategies used to decrease opioid prescriptions
  • Participants will gain insights from learning about the evolution of the Kima:w Medical Center MAT program

 

Clinicians; Care Teams

 

Day Three Registration

 

Day Three Downloadable Materials

 

Day Three Evaluation for CME/CEU

 

DAY FOUR
October 22nd, 2020
12:00-2:00pm

Session Moderator:
Jessica Osborne-Stafsnes,
Humboldt IPA

 

ADDRESSING STIGMA AND EMBRACING EMPATHY IN ADDICTION RESPONSE
(Elizabeth Morrison and Trisha Cooke)

  • An interactive session that will define stigma, its relationship to equity, and the current research on its impact on treatment engagement and outcomes for those with substance use disorders
  • Researched-based empathetic  communication techniques will be shared
  • Participants will practice skills in breakout groups

 

Clinicians, Care Teams, Community Based Organizations

 

Day Four Meeting Information

 

Day Four Downloadable Materials

 

Day Four Evaluation for CME/CEU

 

DAY FIVE
October 23rd, 2020
12:00-2:00pm

Session Moderator:
Rosemary DenOuden,
Humboldt IPA

 

A BRIGHTER FUTURE: REALISTIC STEPS WE CAN ALL TAKE

  • Dr. Meengs will moderate a conversation with Candy Stockton, MD, Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, and Mary Ann Hansen, Director of First 5 Humboldt. We will review ACEs and explore specific evidence-based interventions which can build resilience and reduce risk for future substance use disorder, or better support those already suffering with SUD. We will have a community-wide perspective and address multiple sectors, including health care, early childhood education, social services, etc. Join us to get informed and inspired.

SUMMIT CLOSING

  • Rosemary DenOuden, RxSafe Humboldt Chair

 

All

 

Day Five Registration

 

Day Five Downloadable Materials

 

Day Five Evaluation for CME/CEU

 

REGISTRATION and ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
For Registration Contact:
or 707 443 4563 x 114

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We will be addressing sensitive topics that may bring up difficult feelings.
Please reach out if you are in need of support

Humboldt County 24-Hour Behavioral Health Crisis Line
(707) 445-7715

SAMHSA National Helpline
1(800)662-HELP(4357)

 



 

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