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Tools and resources to increase awareness of the impact of substance use on patients' overall health and help clinicians and those in training identify patient drug use early and prevent it from escalating to abuse or addiction.

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Why Physicians Should Screen Their Patients

What physicians Should Know About Addiction and Recovery: Cliff

The Most Important Things I've Learned Through Addiction and Recovery: Rhonda

Continuing Education and Training

  • Opioid and Pain Management CMEs/CEs: Featuring videos that model effective communication, courses provide guidance for screening pain patients before prescribing and identifying when patients are abusing their medications.  Accreditation through Medscape Education
  • American College of Physicians Practice Advisor Module: Addressing Substance Use Disorders in Clinical Practice: A module from NIDA and ACP to help practitioners apply the principles of patient-centered care and utilize evidence-based tools and strategies to screen patients for substance use, counsel them appropriately, and provide referrals to care when necessary.
  • Addiction Medicine in Primary Care Lectures: A series of short presentations given by the Nation's leading experts on addiction to help inform the care of patients presenting with substance use disorders in primary care settings.
  • Addiction Performance Project: A CME/CE program exploring the family dynamics and stigma of substance use disorders through the lens of Long Day’s Journey into Night. Excerpts read by a professional cast with thoughtful expert reaction.

NIDA’s Addiction Performance Project–What’s It All About?

Education for Medical School Faculty, Residents and Students

    NIDA eTool Innovations for Provider Education: Share the CME/CE

    Safe Disposal of Medicines

    Looking for Treatment?

    Use the SAMHSA Treatment Locator or 1-800-662-HELP.

    Easy-to-read drug facts site: easyread.drugabuse.gov

    Prescription Drug Abuse

    Medicine Abuse Project - Drugfee.org
    Learn what you can do to
    prevent medicine abuse at
    medicineabuseproject.org

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    Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What To Ask

    Offers guidance in seeking drug abuse treatment and lists five questions to ask when searching for a treatment program.

    Blending Initiative

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    Formed with SAMHSA to reduce the gap between research results and treatment.

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