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September 04, 2019
For the past 10 years, the National Conference on Addiction Disorders has provided professionals with the tools they need to address unprecedented changes in the field of addiction.
August 22, 2019
Rakesh Jain, MD, MPH, and Saundra Jain, MA, PsyD, LPC, discuss the benefits and disadvantages of using benzodiazepines, non-pharmacological alternative approaches, and the importance of informed consent.
August 21, 2019
Kathy Coleman, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, CAADC, milieu clinical coordinator for Pyramid Healthcare, discusses ethical issues regarding risk management, including being proactive in addressing the complexity of patients' circumstances, seeking supervision where appropriate, and staying within appropriate…
August 21, 2019
Tom Meier, DBA, MBA, of NUWAY defines the concept of outcome-based compensation, explains how the system puts an emphasis on meeting clients' needs, and details how it works with staff at NUWAY.
August 18, 2019
There was universal agreement among panelists during a Sunday morning session at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders East about the benefits of harm reduction strategies. They prevent overdose deaths and the spread of infectious diseases, and also better position providers to…
August 17, 2019
Kristina Padilla, MA, of the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals shared best practices for leaders to build trust and facilitate healthy communication within their teams on Saturday at NCAD East.
August 17, 2019
A panel at NCAD East explored how mobile apps, artificial intelligence and other advances in technology may change the addiction treatment landscape.
August 17, 2019
Since making history as the first blind person to graduate from a U.S. medical school, David W. Hartman, MD, has expanded access to medication-assisted treatment in myriad ways and educated the next generation of practitioners.
August 17, 2019
An NCAD East panel suggested that the addiction treatment community may be turning the corner on outcome evaluation that has historically stymied the field's progress.
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