Physicians and State Regulators present an in-depth analysis of opiates, their benefits, risks, and treatment interventions for addiction.
This is an opportunity for health professionals, mental health providers, or interested community members to learn about the current status and response to the opioid epidemic in our communities.
Weekly Sessions: (Each session requires a separate registration and $40 payment. Please use the links below to register for other sessions.)
Sep 6 - Understanding Opioids: Biology and Pharmacology Basic Science/Core Concepts - Dr. Heath McAnally
Sep 13 - Addictive Thinking Patterns: Boundaries, Therapeutic Interventions - Dr. Joshua Sonkiss
Sep 20 - Addiction Theory and Risk Factors - Dr. Paula Colescott
Sep 27 - Intoxication, Withdrawal and Overdose: Adverse Physical Effects - Dr. Paula Colescott
Oct 4 - Understanding Pain, the Benefits of Opioids and Weighing the Risk for Addiction - Dr. Heath McAnally
Nov 1 - Psychiatric Co-Morbidities Commonly Seen with Addiction - Dr. Lex von Hafften
Nov 15 - Federal, State and Regulatory Agencies: Alaska Response to Opioid Epidemic - Dr. Jay Butler
Nov 29 - Spiritual Recovery Systems - Dr. Paula Colescott, Corey Schmidlkofer, Charity and Kris Carmody
The topic for this session is:
Federal, State and Regulatory Agencies: Alaska's Response to the Opioid Epidemic
Each session has a separate registration and payment. If you would like to register for additional sessions please return to the AKCache Training Catalog after completing registration for this session.
For additional information contact Jenifer Leigh, 907-786-6453 [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com