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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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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Jun 27
I ❤️ applicants GetWaiveredTX@uthscsa.edu
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Rich.Bottner Jul 2
of use disorder in the setting is critical and something that all should be trained and actively engaged in.
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Rich.Bottner Jun 29
Outstanding must-read piece by in . "What haunts me the most is that our hands are tied. We are not allowed to do what we know we need to do."
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Andrew Chou Jun 20
That's why initiatives like the bridge clinics led by are so valuable and substantially lowers the barriers to getting life changing/saving treatment.
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Jeremiah Schuur, MD Jun 19
Great work Scott!!! We are still in a health crisis with opioid overdose. As IT IS OUR JOB! These are our patients
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Rich.Bottner Jun 18
Absolutely - this was a great article in . Unfortunately, not the standard of care currently in many EDs and inpatient IM programs - although several great examples of how to do this in systematic and meaningful ways including
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Jun 17
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American College of Medical Toxicology May 28
TOPIC 3: How do you initiate buprenorphine in the ED? Tell us about your experiences starting up buprenorphine in the ED.
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Jeanmarie Perrone MD May 23
Get your ? answered about in the ED Tuesday May 28 3PM EDT as we discuss position statement w ED bup experts
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH May 23
When doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants become and get a DEA x-waiver, they get appreciation like this. Thank you for inspiring us!!
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Molly Hill Patten May 20
Incredibly proud that is a part of this work and tackling OUD
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Alister Martin May 20
Great story by covering our work at , , and other innovators pushing to make evidence based treatment of OUD in EDs standard of care.
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Alister Martin May 20
Awesome time at Innovations Track presenting w on lessons learned after 1 year of ED-initiated buprenorphine at . Huge shout out to and the entire team for a successful 1st year!
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Mass General MDs Apr 28
Ali Raja, MD, has been selected as the new editor-in-chief of NEJM Journal Watch Emergency Medicine. The has more than 500,000 monthly readers from 178 countries and summarizes research, medical news and guidelines across 12 specialties.
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Rich.Bottner Apr 22
One way to hopefully increase prescribing? Host a community engagement event ! Thanks to the 60+ who attended! Time to .
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Apr 16
Congratulations to the OUD Treatment Champions who completed their waiver training at Dell Medical! ...
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Kit Delgado Apr 11
Great to hear advocate for increased investment in ceritified recovery specialists as key to addressing the . automatically pages them to the ER when patients present in withdrawal or after an overdose. This works!
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Jennifer Sharpe Potter, PhD, MPH Apr 6
. we’re amazing leads on this event. When are we coming back???
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