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Module 2: Managing Pain Patients Who Abuse Prescription Drugs (Unaccredited)

Module 2: Completion

Congratulations! You have now completed Module 2: Managing Pain Patients Who Abuse Prescription Drugs (Unaccredited).

To learn more about the safe management of opioid pain medications, please visit Module 1: Safe Prescribing for Pain (Unaccredited).

NIDA offers additional tools and resources for you and your patients, including:

NIDA also provides free drug abuse and addiction curriculum resources for faculty, resident physicians, and medical students through NIDA’s  Centers of Excellence for Physician Information.

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