Addiction in Women
1. Use evidence-based strategies to establish appropriate screening protocols with patients for drug abuse and addiction.
2. Develop evidence-based strategies to educate patients on the safe use of prescription pain medication, emphasizing monitoring and follow-up.
3. Formulate plans to orchestrate care for patients who require referral to or treatment from sub-specialists, and community-based support services for substance abuse.
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William R. Sonnenberg, MD, FAAFP – Private Practice, Titusville, Pennsylvania
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