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Successful strategies for_community_change_part1_final
Successful strategies for_community_change_part1_final
Successful strategies for_community_change_part1_final
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Successful strategies for_community_change_part1_final
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Successful strategies for_community_change_part1_final
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Successful strategies for_community_change_part1_final
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Advocacy Workshop, National Rx Drug Abuse Summit, April 2-4, 2013. Advocacy Workshop: Successful Strategies for Community Change - Part 1 presentation by Dr. Sarah Melton and Dr. Andrew Kolodny.

Advocacy Workshop, National Rx Drug Abuse Summit, April 2-4, 2013. Advocacy Workshop: Successful Strategies for Community Change - Part 1 presentation by Dr. Sarah Melton and Dr. Andrew Kolodny.

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  • 1. Successful  Strategies  for  Community  Change:  Part  1   Dr.  Sarah  Melton     Associate  Professor  of  Pharmacy  Prac;ce,   Ga>on  College  of  Pharmacy  Prac;ce   Dr.  Andrew  Kolodny  President,  Physicians  for  Responsible  Opioid   Prescribing  
  • 2. Learning  Objec;ves  1.  Inves;gate  grassroots  advocacy  strategies  to   get  involved  to  limit  prescrip;on  drug  abuse.  2.  Inves;gate  the  effec;veness  of  adding   addic;on  educa;on  into  healthcare   curriculums.  3.  Outline  strategies  to  coordinate  efforts   between  community  advocates  and  clinicians   to  stop  prescrip;on  drug  abuse.  
  • 3. Disclosure  Statement  • Sarah  Melton  has  no  financial  rela;onships  with  proprietary  en;;es  that  produce  health  care  goods  and  services.  • Chris  Lopez  has  no  financial  rela;onships  with  proprietary  en;;es  that  produce  health  care  goods  and  services.  • Jake  Peters  has  no  financial  rela;onships  with  proprietary  en;;es  that  produce  health  care  goods  and  services.    • Andrew  Kolodny  has  no  financial  rela;onships  with  proprietary  en;;es  that  produce  health  care  goods  and  services.        
  • 4. Integration of Addiction Education Throughout the Curriculum Sarah T. Melton, PharmD, BCPP, BCACP, CGP, FASCP Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate April 4, 2013
  • 5. Didactic Program•  Introduction to Pharmacy –  Virginia Pharmacists Aiding Pharmacists Program•  Basic Sciences –  Pharmacology – 6 hours –  Toxicology – 6 hours with elective optional•  Law courses –  Ethics –  Controlled substance regulations –  Prescription Monitoring Programs•  Communications –  Patient education  Opioid dependence case, education about disease of addiction, treatment with buprenorphine –  Objective structured clinical examination
  • 6. Didactic Program•  Pharmacotherapy Sequence –  12-hours of substance abuse –  6-hours of tobacco cessation •  Rxforchange Program; University of California, San Francisco •  http://rxforchange.ucsf.edu –  9-hours of pain management •  Universal precautions in prescribing controlled substances •  Controlled substance agreements •  Urine drug screening •  Monitoring function •  Great resource: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine Pain Education –  http://www.paineducation.vcu.edu/
  • 7. Mission-­‐Focused  Elec;ve   –  Once a week, 1.5 hour sessions –  2-week abstinence project –  Required attendance at NA, AA, and Celebrate Recovery Meetings –  Required reading •  Book regarding addiction •  Reflective writingh>p://www.cnsproduc;ons.com  
  • 8. Experiential : Opioid treatment program (interdisciplinary)•  Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience•  Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience•  Service Program –  Urine drug screening (collection, reading and documenting) –  Group therapy –  Individual therapy with addiction counselor –  Confirming support group sessions –  Attending NA/AA/Celebrate Recovery –  Film counts
  • 9. Students involved inaddiction treatmentprogram•  Research•  Building relationships•  Special populations•  Public health•  Fighting the stigma
  • 10. Service Drug Disposal Programs•  DEA National Take-Back Initiative•  American Medicine Chest Challenge
  • 11. Service•  Student  organiza;on  projects   – Great  American  Smokeout   – Informa;onal  resources  in  grocery  stores   – Community  educa;on  programs   – Opioid  dependence  program  
  • 12. Providing Continuing Education •  Interdisciplinary, case-based –  Discuss, strategize, and problem-solve complex patient cases –  Focus on collaboration, communication and practice efficiencies –  Form small groups to discuss their cases and reassemble to report outcomes to the group at largeh>p://www.etsu.edu/com/cme/SubstanceAbuse.aspx  
  • 13. Providing Continuing Education •  Prescription Drug Abuse Education Forum –  4- or 8-hour CE for prescribers and pharmacists –  Mandatory attendance required by students –  Collaboration with One Care of Southwest Virginia and the Medical Society of Virginia –  Six 4-hour CE sessions thus far – reached 600 providers •  Topics –  Addiction as a Disease –  Virginia Prescription Monitoring Program –  Law Enforcement: What is Happening on the Streets? –  Methadone and Buprenorphine treatment –  Appropriate Prescribing Habits – from perspective of an attorney –  Recovery and non-pharmacological management –  Health Practitioners Monitoring Programh>p://www.etsu.edu/com/cme/msvprescrip;on.aspx  
  • 14. Faculty  and  Staff  Development  •  Guest  speakers   –  Industry   –  Health  Department   –  Pharmacists  Aiding  Pharmacists  Program   –  Law  enforcement    •  Development   –  Signs  and  symptoms  of  dependence,  abuse  and   withdrawal   –  Policies  and  procedures   –  Training  preceptors  in  Screening,  Brief  Interven;on  and   Referral  to  Treatment  (SBIRT)   –  Pharmacists  Recovery  Network  (h>p://www.usaprn.org/)  
  • 15. Partnering with Stakeholders •  Na;onal  Associa;on  of  Boards  of  Pharmacy   –  Commercial  sample  h>p://www.nabp.net/programs/consumer-­‐protec;on/awarxe/  
  • 16. Partnering  with  Stakeholders  Mission  One  Care  of  Southwest  Virginia  is  commi>ed  to  decreasing  substance  abuse  and  misuse,  and  related  social,  economic  and  health  factors  through  planning,  policy,  data,  and  advocacy.  
  • 17. University  of  Utah  School  on  Alcoholism   and  Other  Drug  Dependencies   •  Recognized  interna;onally   •  Keep  pace  with  increased  awareness  of  the   health  and  social  problems  of  alcoholism  and   other  drug  dependencies   •  All  areas  of  these  problems  are  presented  in   training  sessions  for  professional  and  lay   personnel   •  The  School  provides  students  with  the  latest   methods  and  techniques  for  working  effec;vely   in  their  respec;ve  disciplines   h>p://medicine.utah.edu/uas/index.htm  
  • 18. National Rx Abuse Summit Update Chris Lopez, PharmD Candidate 2014 Jake Peters, PharmD Candidate 2015 April 4, 2013 Youth program
  • 19. What is Generation Rx?•  A program developed by The Ohio State University and the American Pharmacists Association along with the Cardinal Health Foundation to “Prevent the abuse and misuse of prescription medications.” Youth program
  • 20. The Beginnings at GCOP Youth program
  • 21. What Have We Been Up to Lately? Youth program
  • 22. 2nd Place Winners at APhA-ASP Annual Meeting Youth program
  • 23. Where are We Going from Here? Youth program
  • 24. We’re on the Web•  General Generation Rx Websitehttp://gattoncopgenerationrx.weebly.com/index.html•  Generation Rx Provider Toolkit Websitehttp://etsugenerationrxprovidertoolkit.weebly.com/index.html•  Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook Youth program
  • 25. Developed byThe Ohio State UniversityCollege of PharmacyThis program is made possiblewith a grant from theCardinal Health Foundation Youth program

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