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Treating Hepatitis C Among People Who Use Drugs (On-demand)
 Multiple Credits
Free
PCSS Exchange Session 1 – Explore, Part 1
 Multiple Credits
Free
PCSS Half & Half Waiver Training
In-Person Course on July 01, 2022 in New Haven, CONNECTICUT
 Multiple Credits
Free
Treating Hepatitis C Among People Who Use Drugs
 Multiple Credits
Free
PCSS Half & Half Waiver Training
Virtual Course on July 20, 2022
 Multiple Credits
Free
Opioid Use Disorder in the Nursing Profession (On-Demand)
 1 Attendance
Free
Medication for Substance Use Disorder in the Courtroom
 1 Attendance
Free
Reducing the Stigma of Substance Use Disorders: Words Matter (On-Demand)
 1 Attendance
Free
PCSS Half & Half Waiver Training
Virtual Course on June 27, 2022
 Multiple Credits
Free
Psychosocial Treatment Protocols in Conjunction with Medications for Addictions Treatment
 Multiple Credits
Free
Methadone then, Methadone now (On-Demand)
 1 Attendance
Free
The Disease Process and Addressing Substance Use Disorders
 No Credit
Free
When It’s Time To Come Down, Weaning Opioids With Compassion (On-Demand)
 1 Attendance
Free
Addressing OUD in Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Communities Part 1: Treatment and Recovery for African American Communities (On-Demand)
 Multiple Credits
Free
Opioid Use Disorder in Women
 Multiple Credits
Free
Acute Pain Management in the Individual with Opioid Use Disorder (On-Demand)
 1 Attendance
Free
Recommended Practices for Incorporating Medication for Opioid Use Disorders in Courts (On-demand)
 1 Attendance
Free
When Too Much is Too Much: Reducing Opioid Use Through Multimodal Pain Management For Young People with Sickle Cell Disease (On-Demand)
 1 Attendance
Free
HIV and Substance Use – Intertwined Epidemics
 Multiple Credits
Free
What Clinicians Need to Know About Trauma
 Multiple Credits
Free
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