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The misuse and abuse of illicit and prescribed opioids has motivated important dialogue throughout the Nation, in our homes, our workplaces, and within health systems. Hear how active partnerships between numerous clinical and non-clinical departments throughout a large integrated health system led to the diversification of our Emergency Medicine clinical portfolios. This course will discuss how existing Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) protocols in emergency medicine served as the foundation for launching a system-level Naloxone Saturation Campaign (NAL-SAT).
Sandeep Kapoor, MD, MS-HPPL
Andrew Kanner, RN
James Wescott, BSN, RN
Learner Outcome(s): Upon completion of this course, the emergency room nurse will be able to design a team-based opioid overdose prevention training program for the emergency medicine clinical setting.
Disclosure: The planners and presenters of this course have no conflicts of interest. Learners will be awarded 1.75 CNE contact hours upon complete review of the course, completion of the quiz, and submission of an evaluation. Course expires 2/25/2022.
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The Emergency Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Provider Unit No. P0232
The Emergency Nurses Association is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #2322.