Opioid Addiction Management
Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:
1. Consider the benefits and challenges to becoming a waived buprenorphine physician.
2. Describe the DEA registration process required to obtain prescribing privileges for buprenorphine.
3. Explain the use of buprenorphine medications for the treatment of opioid dependence
4. Develop an action plan to decide when to provide office-based opioid addiction treatment vs. referral coordination with a treatment specialist.
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Jeff Roberts MD, Program Director, St. Francis Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program; St. Francis Family Medicine Center & Residency Program; Bon Secours Sports Medicine, Richmond, Virginia
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