In support of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health’s initiatives to increase access to Medications for Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care Settings, the Health Federation of Philadelphia invites waivered primary care providers to attend the MOUD Preceptor Program offered on May 15, 2020 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. This online mini-residency training offers content that is not normally covered in buprenorphine waiver training and is specifically designed for primary care providers who are seeking to refine their skills. Specific topics covered include diversion, continued substance use, benzodiazepine use, point of care testing, harm reduction and pain management. Cases will be presented to help participants discuss ways to address patient needs and discussion is encouraged.
PCPs who work in Philadelphia may be eligible for an incentive to take this training. Click here to view an FAQ describing the Primary Care Buprenorphine Access Incentive Program.
Registration is required by Monday, May 11, 2020 at the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeZNAfYWL9JK5NYcitI-k5GT3T9pxuN0-BupwVOTz7M44gtsw/viewform
This program is free and includes CME.
Requirements: Registrants must have already completed their waiver training and submit their license, resume, and waiver certificate prior to receiving their observation dates or consultation session. If you need your waiver, training dates for upcoming waiver trainings are available at the following link: https://healthfederation.org/training/opioid-epidemic-response-training