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Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 1:00 PM

Prevention scientists have long acknowledged that individuals’ substance misuse and disorder are shaped by multiple levels of their social environment—from family and friend relationships to public policy and culture. Despite this, approaches to address opioid misuse often focus on changing the…

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Wednesday, November 11, 2020 at 1:00 PM

This webinar will include a general overview of psychedelics and their current use to treat substance use disorders, and will also include a brief outline of the first, second and third wave of the psychedelic revolution.

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The day-to-day challenges of running an addiction treatment center during a pandemic are enormous. It becomes harder than ever to step back and look at the big marketing picture that must include an alumni program.  Every aspect of your marketing strategy has to be carefully developed and properly implemented, including how you interact with former patients. This relationship affects…
This webinar will explore the rise of virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how CCBHCs have adapted to that shift as well as other pandemic-related disruptions to their business model. It will explore lessons learned, and how CCBHCs are uniquely positioned for success now, and going forward, to an ever-evolving behavioral health and human services landscape. Upon completion of this…
Investing in data-driven measurement models will allow providers to leverage new information in a number of areas critical to success that will enhance patient experience, marketing efforts, contracting and organizational metrics.
Providing care to SUD and OUD patients has never been more challenging than it is now in our new remote world. In this webinar, Carlos Tirado, MD, MPH, co-founder and CMO of CARMAhealth and president of the Texas Society of Addiction Medicine, shares how Prescription Digital Therapeutics (PDTs) like reSET and reSET-O are connecting patients and their providers to support in the treatment of SUD…
The race issues that are challenging our society now have their roots in history, in our social systems, and in our practiced behaviors. In this way, racism looks a lot like the recovery work we serve our clients with. That work requires getting under the hood on our held beliefs - both conscious and unconscious. Extricating our clients from patterns of behavior is the nature of our work, which…
To be effective, data needs to be stratified, standardized, validated and visualized in ways that support clinicians and help your team make programmatic decisions, analyze collection rates and improve consumer outcomes. Access to actionable data helps healthcare organizations gauge the operational, financial and clinical success of their agency, as well as identify areas for improvement. The…
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual care meant telehealth. Now it encompasses much more. What does that mean for providers' technology assets and needs going forward? How will this affect mental health and SUD providers? This webinar will discuss what technology tools providers need to have in their portfolios to provide effective virtual care, and how those tools need to…
This presentation will explore the science and research behind the complex gut/brain relationship. Topics will include the impact of nutrient absorption on neurotransmitter creation, the enteric nervous system, and the relationship between the microbiome in our digestive track our mental health and addiction. We will also include a review of digestive disorders and their relationship to mental…
People who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ+) often face social stigma, discrimination, and other challenges not encountered by people who identify as heterosexual. They also face a greater risk of harassment and violence. As a result of these and other stressors, sexual minorities are at increased risk for various behavioral health issues.[i] Additionally,…
This session will review the medical literature describing the dangers of the current vaping epidemic. Evidence and outcomes for acute lung injury associated with vaping will be discussed. The vaping epidemic in youth with resultant nicotine dependence and addiction will be described as well as the concerns for the long-term health of those who have started vaping as children / teenagers. Upon…
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