A guide designed to help establish patient dialogue and provide you with constructive advice for your patient’s opioid discontinuation and withdrawal. This guide also provides HCPs tips for identifying appropriate patients and reviews available treatment options.
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- Explore current resources from the AMA Opioid Task Force to help reverse the nation's opioid epidemic
- Access an informative collection of materials from the AMA, including task force recommendations and highlighting measures currently underway to address the opioid crisis
- This collection features AAFP editors’ choice of best content on the opioid epidemic and related issues, including chronic opioid therapy, chronic pain management, opioid prescribing, and opioid misuse
- The AAAP provides many different resources for healthcare professionals who are helping those with substance abuse disorders and mental disorders
- Helpful information for nursing professionals regarding pain management and opioid prescribing
- Members of the ACEP Emergency Medicine Practice Committee share a number of helpful resources regarding opioid prescribing in the emergency department (ED)
- Promoting the growth and development of comprehensive opioid treatment services throughout the United States
- Information on the FDA’s comprehensive action plan to reduce the impact of the growing epidemic of opioid abuse, dependence, and overdose in the United States
- Information on how recovery-oriented care and recovery support systems help people with mental and/or substance use disorders manage their condition
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