The Team-Based SUD Training Program is an online, interprofessional training course that will take place over the three quarters of the 2021–22 academic year. Participants will learn skills and knowledge related to a healthcare team-oriented, non-stigmatizing approach to screening, assessment, and treatment of substance use disorders during three sessions.
The SAMHSA-funded program was developed as a collaboration between the Harborview Addiction Medicine program and CHSIE. It is designed for students from across health professions, including medicine, nursing, social work, public health, pharmacy, dentistry, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant, speech and language pathology, and nutrition/dietetics.
The anticipated time commitment for this program is about five hours per quarter. The cohort will meet approximately one time per quarter in a required large group Zoom session, and one other time in small teams. Below are dates/times for all sessions.
Registration will close September 24, 2021 at 5pm.
Who is this program designed for?
This program is designed for future health care professionals from across disciplines who:
- have an interest in learning more about SUD screening, assessment and treatment
- describe themselves as beginner or intermediate in their exposure/practice with people who have SUD
- want to learn more about the experiences of people living with SUD
- want to learn more about a collaborative and team-based approach to caring for people with SUD
Topics and Dates 2021–2022
Participants are required to attend the following six sessions, all held on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30pm via Zoom.
- October 19, 2021: Program Orientation and Group Work related to SUD Screening
- November 16, 2021: Active Learning Session with Clinician Experts- SUD Screening
- January 18, 2022: Group Work related to SUD Assessment
- February 15, 2022: Active Learning Session with Clinician Experts- SUD Assessment
- April 19, 2022: Group Work Related to SUD Treatment
- May 17, 2022: Active Learning Session with Clinician Experts- SUD Treatment
Questions? Contact Rachel Lazzar: firstname.lastname@example.org