JeffAPCT - Medication-Assisted Treatment in Opioid Use Disorders
Most current practitioners were not prepared during their training programs to address medication-assisted treatment in opioid use disorders in their daily practice. We have recognized the need for more primary care providers and more robust primary care practices to form the foundation of a system prepared to address medication-assisted treatment in opioid use disorders. This curriculum will allow for increased competence in faculty training in opioid use disorder emphasizing MAT and will enhance community-based primary care training sites to provide and train in opioid use disorder diagnosis, prevention and treatment.
You can also complete the following JeffAPCT online courses:
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Learning Objectives & Target Audience
- Illustrate a framework for approaching opioid use disorder addiction and treatment options that could be applied to your practice.
- Discuss the basics of medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder.
- Identify concrete steps for addressing chronic pain in the context of medication assisted treatment.
- Define the steps to be trained in Suboxone and medication assisted treatment.
- Recognize patients who need methadone maintenance therapy and refer them using local and national resources for your practice.
- Describe relationships between opiates and anxiety, depression and sleep disorders, which would impact patient care.
This project is/was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number and title for grant amount (specify grant number, title, total award amount and percentage financed with nongovernmental sources). This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.
Grant number: T0BHP28581
Title: Accelerating Primary Care Transformation at Jefferson (JeffAPCT)
Total award amount: $350,000
Percentage financed with nongovernmental sources: 0%
Online Course Issue Date: 12/01/2018 Online Course Expiration Date: 12/31/2020
Planners and Presenters:
Bracken P. Babula, MD - Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. Bracken Babula is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Thomas Jefferson University and a board-certified internist with Jefferson Internal Medicine Associates. He trained at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, and then completed his internal medicine/primary care residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Upon completion of his residency, he joined the faculty at Jefferson.
Dr. Babula splits his time between clinical care and quality improvement. His clinical care responsibilities include primary care at a large academic practice, with a focus on preventative care, addiction medicine, diabetes, hypertension, HIV and LGBT care. He works in quality improvement for the Department of Medicine and as an Ambulatory Project Physician for the Epic@Jeff team.
Janis Bonat, DNP, CRNP - Nurse Practitioner, Family and Community Medicine
Janis Bonat, DNP, CRNP started her career as a critical care nurse in the intensive care nursery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. After graduate school, she joined the Department of Family and Community Medicine as a family practice nurse practitioner where she continues to practice. Dr. Bonat received her BSN and MSN at Thomas Jefferson University School of Nursing and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at West Chester University. Her publications and research focus on quality care and team-based care in medicine.
Abigail L. Kay, MD - Associate Dean, Academic Affairs/ Undergraduate Medical Education and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior
Dr. Abigail Kay attended UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She did her residency training in psychiatry at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, where she has been a faculty member and attending physician since 2005. In addition to being board certified by both the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the American Board of Addiction Medicine, she is also a psychoanalyst, having trained and graduated from the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia.
In her clinical role, Dr. Kay divides her time between her outpatient practice, in which she specializes in insight-oriented psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and the Narcotic Addiction Rehabilitation Program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital where she served as medical director from 2005 – 2015. In addition to being the Associate Dean, Academic Affairs/ Undergraduate Medical Education at the SKMC, she also teaches addiction medicine extensively at the UME, GME, and CME levels
Jason C. Ojeda, MD, FACP - Assistant Professor of Medicine
Jason C. Ojeda, MD, FACP graduated from medical school at the University of Pennsylvania in 2009. He is currently an assistant professor of medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in the division of general internal medicine. He has been practicing outpatient internal medicine at Jefferson since 2013 after completing his residency and chief residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He currently serves as the director of the primary care residency at Thomas Jefferson University and an associate program director for the categorical residency.
Brooke Worster, MD - Assistant Professor of Medicine
Brooke Worster, MD completed her internal medicine and chief residency at Temple University and her pain and palliative care fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and Dana Farber Cancer center. She is an assistant professor of medicine in the Jefferson Family and Community Medicine department and practices full time palliative care as the Medical Director of the Neu Center for Supportive Medicine and Cancer Survivorship and the director of outpatient Palliative Care. She is active teaching faculty for the medical students, residents and fellows. Her research interests, for which she has earned grant support involve pain management in cancer patients as well as the effects of medical cannabis on quality of life and provider perceptions and knowledge around medical cannabis.
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PHYSICIANS: Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of 2.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS: The American Academy of Physician Assistants accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
ALL OTHER INDIVIDUALS: A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to all others.
- 2.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 2.50 Attendance
This course is open to all interested learners. If you are seeking CE credit, the accreditation requirements for successful completion are: You must register and complete the entire online program, viewing the video in its entirety, obtaining a successful post test score of at least 80%, and completing the online evaluation, in order to receive full credit for this course. Once these components are completed, you will immediately be able to access your CE Certificate.
If you have any questions, please contact us at JeffersonCPD@jefferson.edu.
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