Podcasts

PCSS Podcast

The PCSS Podcast discusses up-to-date pain medicine and substance use disorder topics with the goal of increasing the general education of healthcare providers. These podcasts are not designated for CME credit. View Full Podcast Listing ›

Addressing Patient Resistance to Medication Assisted Treatment
Dr. Ashley Braun-Gabelman
11/25/2017

Non-opioid Pharmacological Management of Chronic Pain
Dr. Kevin Sevarino
5/22/2017

Naltrexone as Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
Dr. Adam Bisaga
5/22/2017

Use of Opioids
Dr. Lynn Webster
11/17/2016

Applications of the CDC Guidelines
Dr. Roger Chou
9/10/2016

Opioid Use Disorder
Dr. Adam Bisaga
7/30/2016

Buprenorphine Induction
Dr. Edwin Salsitz
7/23/2016

Myths and Misconceptions of Medication-Assisted Treatment
Dr. Frances Levin
7/15/2016

The CDC Opioid Guidelines
Dr. Roger Chou
5/23/2016

APA’s Medical Mind Podcast

“A Bioethical Framework for Prescribing Opioids”
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On The Record

On The Record is hosted by Sheilah Kast, weekdays from 9:30 to 10:00 am, following NPR’s Morning Edition.

A Personal Story of Addiction and Recovery – Part 1
An epidemic of opioid deaths is reaching into every corner of Maryland, and every age group. We look at a tool to fight addiction – medically assisted treatment – and hear the story of a young woman who used methadone to put addiction behind her.
11/14/2016

Can Medication Stop the Opioid Epidemic? – Part 2
We hear from Dr. Kenneth Stoller, director of the Johns Hopkins Broadway Center for Addiction, which provides outpatient drug treatment services. He explains how medication-assisted treatment works and why increased access would be a public health benefit.
11/15/2016