This session topic is part of a three-part series offered in collaboration with the University of Nevada Reno School of Medicine and Nevada State Opioid Response Grant Adopt SBIRT Project. To view all session topics in this series, please click on TriplePlay! On-Demand CME Program Series: Ethics. SBIRT. Suicide Prevention.
Presenter: Jennifer Hettema, PhD, Senior Clinical Director, LifeStance Health, Inc.
Overview: The purpose of this series is to provide healthcare professionals the opportunity to learn how to care for themselves and their patients during challenging times. Each session is intended to address Nevada specific CME requirements related to ethics, SBIRT, and suicide prevention.
This session topic is part of a three-part series. To view all session topics in this series, please click on TriplePlay! On-Demand CME Program Series: Ethics. SBIRT. Suicide Prevention.
Following participation in this course, participants should be able to:
- Discuss substance use disorders, including opioid use disorder, are prevalent among the pregnant population with associated morbidity and mortality for patients and their infants
- Review how patients receive significant variation in services which can lead to patient and/or neonatal complications
- Review Universal Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) using an accepted questionnaire-based tool for every patient
Provides 1.50 hour of CE/CME credit (Presented on April 6, 2023; Reviewed on May 2. 2023; Expires April 6, 2025)
Online CME Credit