DEA Required Training on Opioid Prescribing
As medical providers we have a goal of reducing pain and suffering. To achieve that goal we use opioid analgesics, non-opioid Analgesics, and other modalities. This program will discuss the indications, contraindications, benefits, and risks of various forms of analgesia.
Substance Abuse in the US – By the Numbers (Statistics on Overdoses and Trends) Matthew Feldman, JD
What are the Laws and What is Happening in the Courts Matthew Feldman, JD
Allodynia – What It is and How to Address It Allen Jacobs DPM
Available Guidelines on Prescribing Narcotics Allen Jacobs DPM
Identification of Patients at Risk of Developing Substance Use Disorders Stewart Wasser MD
What is the Patient's Perspective? Richard Lawhern PhD
Understanding the Nature of Substance Use Disorders Stewart Wasser MD
Pharmacology of Opioids Michael Brody, DPM
Strategies for the Reduction of Opioid Use in the Perioperative Patient Allen Jacobs DPM
Pharmacologic Alternatives for Managing Pain Including CBD Allen Jacobs DPM
Proper Documentation When Prescribing Opioids Allen Jacobs DPM
Appropriate use of Prescription Drug Registries Michael Brody, DPM
Patient Education Patient Contracts and Patient Engagement When Prescribing Narcotics Michael Brody, DPM
The DEA has instituted a rule that requires all healthcare providers to take 8 hours of Opioid Prescription Training to renew their DEA
licenses. This is known as the MATE act.
This course satisfied the MATE act training requirement
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Commercial Interests: No commercial interest provided financial support for this continuing education activity.