This ECHO, coordinated by the Department of Psychiatry at SIU School of Medicine, aims to create a network of trained providers with DATA-2000 waivers who will improve access and care for patients with opioid addiction. The Opioid ECHO will also train clinicians who have the DATA-2000 waiver but who are not yet prescribing.
Earn up to 12 continuing education credits
Present your cases to a panel of psychiatrists and addiction specialists
Learn and interact with experts from your phone, computer or tablet. No need to travel!
Discuss timely topics, including anxiety, PTSD and opioid abuse
Curriculum at a Glance:
- Co-occurring Anxiety Disorders and Substance Use
- Co-occurring Trauma/PTSD and Substance Use
- Co-occurring Psychosis and Substance Use
- Co-occurring Bipolar Disorder and Substance Use
- Co-occurring Depression and Substance Use
- Co-occurring Personality Disorder and Substance Use
- Opioid Treatment Medication Essentials
- Continuum of Care Needed to Effectively Treat Opioid Users
- Psychosocial and Behavioral Considerations Relevant to Opioid Addiction and Treatment
- Complications of Opioid Medications
- Management Strategies for the Relapsing or Aggressive Patient
- Setting Up and Sustaining a PCP-based medication-assisted treatment service
Clinicians are strongly encouraged to identify local behavioral health partners to participate in the SIU-IHA Opioid ECHO with them.
Questions? Contact Karen Fraase at email@example.com or call 217-545-2486. Once registered, you’ll receive a welcome packet from the SIU-IHA ECHO team.
The SIU-IHA Hypertension ECHO is part of the Great Lakes Partners for Patients Initiative, a collaboration that includes the Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA), Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) and Wisconsin Hospital Association.