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The workshop will examine approaches to facilitate the delivery of essential components of care for people with mental health and substance use disorders in primary care settings using a small set of tracer conditions, such as depression, alcohol use disorders, and substance use disorders.
Due to restrictions on travel and public gatherings as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the workshop hosted by the Forum on Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders originally scheduled to be held in-person in Washington, DC, has been converted into a series of webinars on June 3, 2020 , July 29, 2020, and August 26, 2020. The webinars will examine approaches to facilitate the delivery of essential components of care for people with mental health and substance use disorders in primary care settings, using three illustrative conditions (depression, alcohol use disorder and opioid use disorder) as a framework.
Part 2: Wednesday July 29, 2020 12:00 – 3:30 PM ET
The second webinar will highlight the essential components of care for depression, alcohol use disorders, and opioid use disorders in primary care settings.
Howard Goldman, MD, PhD, University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Medicine
-Frank deGruy, MD, MS, University of Colorado School of Medicine
-Sarah Wakeman, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University
-Richard Saitz, MD, MPH, FACP, DFASAM, Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health
-Lydia Chwastiak, MD, MPH, University of Washington AIMS Center
The webinar will also discuss the key factors that support or impede implementation of these essential components of care.
-W. Perry Dickinson, University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine
-Laura K. Murray, PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
-David Keller, MD, University of Colorado, School of Medicine
-Stacy Sterling, DrPH, MSW, MPH, Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research
-Suzanne Snyder LCSW, Access Community Health Network