Impacting the Opioid Crisis: Prevention, Education, and Practice for Non-Prescribing Providers
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- Understand what opioids are and how they work.
- Understand alternatives (non-opioid) treatments for pain.
- Give examples of cutting edge research at U-M that can impact the safe use of opioids and/or treating pain.
- List appropriate strategies for safely disposing of unused opioids.
- Describe accurate prevention/intervention messaging.
- Understand different aspects of public policy that can impact the opioid epidemic.
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Patrick Carter, MD
Rebecca M Cunningham, MD
Michael Englesbe, MD
Donovan T Maust, MD - University of Michigan
Afton L Hassett, Psy.D.
Pooja AGGARWAL Lagisetty, M.D.
Goodarz M Golmirzaie, MD
Stephen Strobbe, PhD, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CARN-AP, FIAAN, FAAN
Rebecca L Haffajee, PhD, JD, MPH
Jason Goldstick, PhD
Michael Andrew Smith, PharmD - University of Michigan
Gina Dahlem, PhD, MS - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Maureen Welch-Marahar, MPP
Chad MICHAEL Brummett, M.D.
Daniel J Clauw, MD
Paul EDWARD Hilliard, MD
Mark Andrew Ilgen, PhD - University of Michigan
Philip Veliz, PhD
Golfo K Tzilos Wernette, PHD
Romesh P Nalliah, DDS MHCM
Lewei Lin, M.D.
Jenifer J Martin, JD
John Z. Ayanian, MD, MPP - Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation
Trish Meyer, Ed.M. - U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation
Sarah Anne Stoddard, PhD, CNP, RN
Monica Walker, BA, BSN, MSA - Michigan OPEN
Karen B Farris, PhD
Chad Brummett, MD
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- Consultant/Advisory Role|Expert Witness for Pfizer, Inc.
- Other - Expert Witness: State of Oklahoma
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- Vermont Hub-and-Spoke Model of Care For Opioid Use Disorder:Development, Implementation, and Impact - J Addict Med. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2017 July 31.
- Understanding the rural-urban differences in nonmedical prescription opioid use and abuse in the United States. Am J Public Health. 2014;104(2):e52–e59. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2013.301709