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Rich.Bottner
PA-C . Director of Support Hospital Opioid Use Treatment (SHOUT) Texas Tweets=own.
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Lucas Hill, PharmD 17h
. has officially joined the Action Collaborative on Countering the U.S. Opioid Epidemic!
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Aug 17
In 6 months, our AMAZING team of have trained >400 physicians and APPs ALL over Texas. Thanks to for inspiration and for curriculum. Stand by for final count!
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Lucas Hill, PharmD Aug 15
"Pharmacists are missing an opportunity to save lives and advance the profession by embracing opioid harm reduction" via ->
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Get Waivered Aug 14
Honored 🎉 to have our Get Waivered campaign featured in thanks to the work of tireless advocates like +many other trail🔥s who fight for a brighter, more equitable future in medicine
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Aug 13
Today, we kept Austin awesome with 59 who took 4 hours out of their clinical work day to Imagine the possibilities! Treatment for opioid use disorder saves lives
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Health in Justice Action Lab Aug 8
Brand new: Styleguide for journalists reporting on the overdose crisis. There is no excuse for repeated mistakes and inaccurate narratives!
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Kasey Claborn, PhD Aug 7
We are HIRING!! Postdoctoral Fellowship in Opioid and Digital Health Research Please retweet Learn more: via
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Jul 20
I will trade you a pin for one! On that note we will be in Austin August 13th for a training. Space available. Students welcome
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Sarah Wakeman Jul 18
Excited to share our textbook “Treating opioid addiction” edited with & all star line up of co authors and many others!
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Rich.Bottner Jul 16
Thankful for collaborations with including the outstanding work being accomplished by !! 👏 👏 👏
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Sarah Wakeman Jul 12
For anyone in D.C. area think about coming to this briefing about important bill sponsored by to expand access to lifesaving buprenorphine treatment . I’m excited to join and to meet the awesome IRL!
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Rich.Bottner Jul 11
It is now an official policy to initiate medications for the treatment of in the and emergency department. Proud to be a PA today!!
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Society of Hospital Medicine Jul 11
"By empowering and wisely using medical hospitalization as a time to treat , we can all have an incredible impact on our patients." -
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Rich.Bottner Jul 10
Replying to @ACLakeMD @OperationNLX
(2/2) For your analogy, what if a hospital was the only one in 50 miles to offer PCN when it first came out? I need a better answer when this question comes up. (Different situation though. My guess is there would have been a rush on the PCN!)
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Rich.Bottner Jul 10
Replying to @ACLakeMD @OperationNLX
(1/2) I agree, but it's a question that comes up frequently in discussions with rural hospitals. Their concern is that being the first (and only) hospital offering bup in a large radius would result in this flux. Seems unlikely, but would be great to have proof to share.
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Rich.Bottner Jul 10
EXPERTS: Is there evidence to support or debunk the idea that offering in an emergency department may result in a large influx of patients seeking and resources?
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Rich.Bottner Jul 8
Anyone know of a validated evidenced-based screening tool for use disorder that could be used in the setting?
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SHM Advocacy Jul 8
Do you believe in increasing access to and decreasing stigma surrounding treatment? So do we--and that is why it is time to Visit our legislative action center to learn more!
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Clay Johnston Jul 6
We should never waste an opportunity to change health and not just respond to sickness. This is a great example of how we can make a hospitalization truly lifesaving through PREVENTION of future opiate overdoses.
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Dell Medical School Jul 5
"Hospitalization represents a reachable moment and unique opportunity to start treatment for opioid use disorder," writes in The Hospitalist, a publication of . Read his commentary:
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