Opioid Conference

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$ 75


LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott Nashua
2200 Southwood Drive
Nashua NH 03063

Please join us for this annual conference featuring notable speakers outlining strategies and partnerships to assist in the prevention, identification and treatment of opioid-dependent patients in our community. 

MANAGEMENT OF THE OPIOID-DEPENDENT PATIENT & OPTIMAL PAIN TREATMENT
Fri, Nov 15
7:30 AM4 PM

Audience: Physicians, dentists, podiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, other prescribers, nurses, social workers, allied health professionals, pharmacists, and social service agencies since only with a coordinated effort by all stakeholders will we solve this problem. This conference is also ideal for prescribers or any medical professional who wants to stay abreast of the latest work being done to address the opioid misuse epidemic.
Cost: $75 
Contact Hours: This conference should satisfy NH Board of Medicine’s biennial opioid prescribing competency requirement of 3 contact hours on opioid prescribing for the management or treatment of pain, or for the treatment of opioid use disorders. 
Included: Educational program, breakfast, coffee breaks and lunch 
Location: Courtyard by Marriott Nashua
Online Registration now available, click here
If you prefer to pay by check, please call Roberta Champagne at CMC at 603.663.6071.

Speakers:
Joyce Craig, Mayor of Manchester
Introductory Remarks
Michael Bradley, MA, LCMHC, MLADC, Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester
Motivational Interviewing and Behavior Change
Matt Mavrogeorge, Assistant Attorney General of NH, Office of the Attorney General
Report on NH's Enforcement Action Against Insys Therapeutics and a Local Pain Specialist
Sarah Wakeman, MD, Medical Director, Mass General Hospital Substance Use Disorder Initiative & Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School
State of the Art management of patients with substance use disorder
Jill McGregor APRN, Catholic Medical Center Primary Care
My experience in developing an MAT practice within primary care
Ryan McCormack, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, NYU School of Medicine & Bellevue Hospital Center
Role and Feasibility of Initiating Suboxone and MAT in the Emergency Department
Medical Leadership from Tufts Health Freedom Plan
One Insurers Response to the Opioid Misuse Epidemic
New Hampshire’s Hub & Spoke Program: A Panel Discussion
Tim Soucy, MPH,  Executive Director, Community Health & Mission, Catholic Medical Center; Kim Haney, Director, Doorways at Granite Pathways (Manchester and Nashua); Meghan Shea, LICSW, MLADC, Clinical & Supportive Services, Families in Transition

Exhibitorship and sponsorship opportunities: A limited number of spaces are available. For more information please contact: Roberta.Champagne@cmc-nh.org
Event Date
Fri, Nov 15
7:30AM - 4:00PM