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2017 Homecoming Seminar Agenda

7:30-8:00 REGISTRATION

8:00-10:00 PHARMACIST ENGAGEMENT IN THE COMMUNITY TO TARGET OPIOID ABUSE PREVENTION
0.4 CEUs APPLICATION BASED UAN: 0047-0000-17-032-L05-P
Instructors: Amy Werremeyer, PharmD, BCPP, NDSU Associate Professor of Practice; Elizabeth Skoy, PharmD, NDSU Associate Professor of Practice;Melissa Markegard, BS, MS, Fargo Cass Public Health Community Health Educator

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the pharmacology of opioid misuse and use disorder.
  • Describe the relationship of the brain’s reward pathway and its impact on opioid misuse and use disorder.
  • Describe the impact of certain medical conditions which may lead to a higher predisposition to abuse.
  • Describe the platform for pharmacists prescribing of naloxone.
  • Utilize the opioid triage tool to identify patients who are receiving an opioid prescription who may be at risk of misuse, use disorder, or accidental overdose.
  • Apply a case-based approach to identify patients at risk of opioid misuse and usedisorder using the opioid triage tool.
  • Demonstrate patient/caregiver education on naloxone administration.
  • Describe all available resources for obtaining naloxone in the community.
  • Apply concepts learned to openly and confidently discuss the potential for opioid misuse and use disorders.

 
10:00-10:15 BREAK


10:15-12:15 PHARMACIST ENGAGEMENT IN THE COMMUNITY TO TARGET OPIOID ABUSE PREVENTION
0.4 CEUs APPLICATION BASED UAN: 0047-0000-17-032-L05-P
Instructors: Amy Werremeyer, PharmD, BCPP, NDSU Associate Professor of Practice; Elizabeth Skoy, PharmD, NDSU Associate Professor of Practice; Melissa Markegard, BS, MS, Fargo Cass Public Health Community Health Educator

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the pharmacology of opioid misuse and use disorder.
  • Describe the relationship of the brain’s reward pathway and its impact on opioid misuse and use disorder.
  • Describe the impact of certain medical conditions which may lead to a higher predisposition to abuse.
  • Describe the platform for pharmacists prescribing of naloxone.
  • Demonstrate patient consultation skills on the “pearls” of naloxone.
  • Utilize the opioid triage tool to identify patients who are receiving an opioid prescription who may be at risk of misuse, use disorder, or accidental overdose.
  • Apply a case-based approach to identify patients at risk of opioid misuse and use disorder using the opioid triage tool.
  • Demonstrate patient/caregiver education on naloxone administration.
  • Describe all available resources for obtaining naloxone in the community.
  • Apply concepts learned to openly and confidently discuss the potential for opioid misuse and use disorders.

12:15-1:15 LUNCH

1:15-2:15 THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC AND MEDICATIONS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF OPIOID USE DISORDER
0.1 CEUs APPLICATION BASED UAN: 0047-0000-17-034-L01-P
Instructor: Melissa Henke, MD, Heartview Foundation Medical Director, Bismarck, ND

Learning Objectives: 

  • Discuss the current state of the opioid epidemic in the United States and North Dakota.
  • Describe the medications used in the treatment of opioid use disorder.
  • Describe the pharmacology of medications used in the treatment of opioid use disorder.

2:15-2:30 BREAK

2:30-3:30 THE ROLE OF COUNSELING IN THE TREATMENT OF OPIOID ADDICTIONS: BEST PRACTICES AND COMMUNITY COLLABORATION
0.1 CEUs APPLICATION BASED UAN: 0047-0000-17-033-L01-P
Instructors: Shauna Eberhardt, PhD, LAC, LPC, Southeast Human Services Center Clinical Supervisor, Fargo, ND; John Holt, MS, LAC, LPC, Southeast Human Services Center Licensed Addiction Counselor, Fargo,ND

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify community resources offered for addiction treatment.
  • Explain steps necessary to collaborate with addiction treatment agencies.
  • Identify core components of recovery management and the stages of changes associated with best practices in addiction treatment.

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