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This event is a video conference that will broadcast from Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare in Columbus, Ohio, to multiple sites around the state. Attend at a site near you (see "locations" tab).
Ohio, like much of the country, is currently in the midst of an opiate epidemic. Four individuals die in Ohio each day of an overdose of prescription opiates. When addicted individuals can no longer afford prescription opiates, they begin to abuse other drugs such as heroin. Inpatient psychiatric hospitals have seen an increase in the number of opiate-addicted patients who are being admitted, and Ohio’s Regional Psychiatric Hospitals are no exception.
The Ohio Department of Mental Health (ODMH) is in the process of developing guidelines for the management of patients with major mental illness and opiate-addiction in the inpatient psychiatric setting. This training will review the guidelines and provide an overview of how the guidelines will be implemented across the state.
Learning Objectives:Participants will be able to.... List the major components of the Ohio Department of Mental Health's (ODMH) "Guidelines for the Management of Opiate-Addicted Patients in the Psychiatric Hospital,” including assessment, detoxification, management of co-existing pain, role of medication-assisted therapies and post-discharge referrals Review how the major components of the guidelines will be implemented across the different Regional Psychiatric Hospitals in Ohio. Using case examples, clarify how the guidelines can assist in clinical decision-making and appropriate treatment interventions.
1.) PowerPoint slides in PDF format from presenter Mark Hurst, MD.
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Mark Hurst, MD
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This event is designed for professionals in hospitals and community-based organizations who provide care to patients with severe mental illness or co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders. Examples of those who should attend include the following:
Service Roles Direct-service providers Team leaders Clinical Supervisors Program managers Administrators Service settings Psychiatric hospitals (state and community) Hospitals Community-based behavioral healthcare organizations (e.g., mental health, addiction services) County boards (e.g., mental health, addiction services) Community health clinics Professional disciplines Mental-health services Addiction services Social work Psychology Psychiatry Nursing Primary healthcare Pharmacy Occupational therapy Criminal justice Vocational rehabilitation Service models and strategies Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Dual Diagnosis Capability in Mental Health Treatment (DDCMHT) Dual Diagnosis Capability in Addiction Treatment (DDCAT)