- How pharmacists have implemented naloxone prescribing
- How to start conversations about safety with patients in the pharmacy
- Upcoming legislative changes in Oregon that increase oversight of prescribing opioids, naloxone utilization and training requirement changes
- Speakers will describe how they have integrated naloxone into their practice
Event Status: Archived
We invite you to join progressive thinking health care professionals, educators, political representatives, journalists and those interested in how benzodiazepines have impacted our society for the past 50+ years.
- Describe the evidence-based safe use of benzodiazepines in various clinical setting
- Describe the evidence-based management of anxiety states.
- Describe the evidence-based management of adverse reactions to benzodiazepine use.
- Describe evidence-based approaches that can be used by health systems to improve clinical management of anxiety states, including the safe and effective use of medications.
What: Classes help people learn prevention and coping strategies. In some cases, this will reduce pain as well as anxiety, frustration, and depression that can accompany pain-related illness.
When: 8 week series. Call about the next series.
Where: 140 S. Holly Street, Medford, OR 97501
Reserve your spot: Call (541) 774-3855 to enroll.
As pain sufferers set aside struggles for control over pain, attend to present experiences, and engage in meaningful activities, they suffer less and function better, even while pain persists. This 2 day seminar will provide a brief overview of the theoretical model underlying Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and will include significant opportunities for clinical practice. Most of the workshop will be spent in experiential, skill building, and case conceptualization exercises. Participants will learn how to identify targets for treatment in those suffering from chronic pain and apply interventions to augment acceptance, mindfulness, and values.
Location: Options For Southern Oregon
1215 Southwest G Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
12 hours of LCSW/LPC/CADAC CEU are available. Lunch provided.
After attending this educational activity participants will be able to:
1. Comprehend the problem of prescription drug abuse statewide and regionally;
2. Define the effectiveness of non-opioid therapies to manage long term non-cancer pain;
3. Define the components of a comprehensive approach to treating patients with opioid use disorders;
4. Recognize the importance of safely disposing left over medications; and
5. Recognize the need to co-prescribe Naloxone for patients at high risk of opioid overdose.
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Join us for presentations on Pain Management. Learn about alternative treatments for chronic pain.
When: May 28, 2015 4-7 pm (dinner included)
Where: Jackson County Health & Human Services, 140 S. Holly Street, Medford, OR
Who: Patients and Family Members Living with Chronic Pain
Guest speakers will share their experience caring for patients using a team-based approach. Using the Six Building Blocks created to help primary care practices manage opioids as a foundation, we will explore what it takes to effectively manage opioids within a team.
This interactive learning session will include time for team assessment and planning. We encourage providers, medical assistants, behavioral health consultants, front office staff, managers, and any other key staff to attend.
Who should attend: Physicians and other interested health care providers
Cost: $100 for non Bay Area Hospital CME Members
What: Meeting to help prevent overdoses, sponsored by Max’s Mission
When: Wednesday April 5, 7-9 PM
Where: AllCare Community Room,
1701 NE 7th St, Grants Pass
- Get a prescription for Naloxone
- Be trained on how and when to use Naloxone
- How to get Naloxone from your local pharmacy