Allied health professionals, including nurses, physicians assistants, nurse practitioners, counselors, social workers, etc., are a key part of a patient’s treatment plan. Below are some resources geared specifically for allied health professionals who are working with patients with opioid use disorder.
Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network Resources
- Prescription Opiod Treatment Study (POATS)
- Buprenorphine Treatment: Training for Multidisciplinary Addiction Professionals
- Short-term Opioid Withdrawal Using Buprenorphine
- Buprenorphine Treatment for Young Adults
- Presentation Handouts: Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Substance Use Disorders: A Summit for Kansas & Missouri
- Prescription Drug Learning Series
- Proceedings from the Tribal Prescription Drug Abuse Summit: Moving from Information Sharing to Action Plan
- Introduction to Opioids & Medication-assisted Treatment
- ROSC and Medicated Assisted Treatment – Part 1
- ROSC and Medicated Assisted Treatment – Part 2
- Opioid Overdose Toolkit
For more, visit ATTC ›
in collaboration with the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, has developed an online training curriculum
designed to educate drug court professionals on medication assisted treatment for substance use disorders, with a
major focus on opioid use disorders. Nine modules were developed and are available on in the National Drug Court Research Center.
Part of integrating primary and behavioral health care is learning how to talk about health conditions in a holistic way. Sample scripts can help guide providers and patients alike in making communication seamless – from addressing specific health topics to explaining what integrated care is and keeping team members informed. View resource.
View Webinar Library ›