Opioid Addiction Identification & Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) 

The "Opioid Addiction Identification and Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)" course is an educational program designed to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively address the opioid crisis. Led by an expert in addiction medicine, participants will explore key topics such as the definition and scope of opioid addiction, the neurobiology of addiction, risk factors for opioid addiction, and common signs and symptoms of opioid use disorder. Emphasis is placed on the importance of early screening and comprehensive assessment techniques to identify patients with opioid addiction in clinical practice. Interactive case studies and scenarios provide opportunities for participants to apply their knowledge in real-world clinical situations, while resources and support systems are highlighted to facilitate ongoing learning and professional development in this critical area of healthcare


Presented by Dr. Edwin C Chapman, this innovative course offers healthcare professionals like you the opportunity to deepen your expertise and effectively combat the opioid crisis in our communities. Through engaging lectures and practical case studies, you will learn cutting-edge techniques for screening and assessing opioid use disorder, understand the mechanisms of FDA-approved medications, and implement strategies to enhance patient adherence and address the significant barriers to treatment.