AHARTT

Activity Details

  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 1.00
    • CPE: 1.00
    • KBSW: 1.00
    • ADC: 1.00
    • KBEP: 1.00
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Oct 31, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment for Adolescents (SBIRT)

The goal of the Adolescent Health and Recovery Treatment and Training (AHARTT) learning modules is to educate providers in Kentucky and beyond about evidence-based substance abuse treatments for adolescents and their families.

There is a lack of knowledge regarding available tools for screening adolescent substance use disorders. Therefore, practitioners are not routinely...

Activity Details

  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 1.00
    • CPE: 1.00
    • KBSW: 1.00
    • ADC: 1.00
    • KBEP: 1.00
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Nov 19, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Smoking in Adolescence: Cannabis and Nicotine

Today’s educational module has two components aimed to advance the learners’ knowledge in Nicotine and Cannibis use in Adolescents. Regarding the use of tobacco use in adolescents and in particular, how different tobacco products are used in this population. Of note, only a small percent of adolescent substance abuse programs provide smoking cessation treatment. There...

Activity Details

  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 1.00
    • CPE: 1.00
    • KBSW: 1.00
    • ADC: 1.00
    • KBEP: 1.00
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Oct 31, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Trauma and Adolescent Substance Abuse: Connecting the Dots

Despite the co-occurrence of adolescent substance abuse and trauma exposure, the fields have developed separately. Research demonstrates a need for an integrated approach to assessing and treating both conditions.

Activity Details

  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 1.00
    • CPE: 1.00
    • CNE: 1.00
    • KBSW: 1.00
    • ADC: 1.00
    • KBEP: 1.00
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Apr 30, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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A Harm Reduction Strategy:  Expanding Access to the Opioid Antidote Naloxone

Naloxone, the opioid antidote, is under-utilized in the treatment of opioid overdose. Healthcare professionals caring for, and families of, high overdose risk patients can reduce overdose morbidity and mortality by learning new ways to prescribe, dispense and administer naloxone.

Activity Details

  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 1.25
    • CPE: 1.25
    • KBSW: 1.25
    • ADC: 1.25
    • KBEP: 1.25
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Jun 30, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Opioid Use in Adolescents

Opioid overdose continues to be a major public health problem in the United States. It has contributed significantly to accidental deaths among those who use or misuse illicit and prescription opioids. In fact, U.S. overdose deaths involving prescription opioid analgesics increased to about 19,000 deaths in 2014--more than three times the number in 2001.