VNPA 2021 Virtual Conference: Session Spot light: Providing equitable access to opioid use disorder treatment and pain care in the context of the overdose crisis and COVID-19 pandemic

Posted 3 months ago by Katherine Goyette

Providing equitable access to opioid use disorder treatment and pain care in the context of the overdose crisis and COVID-19 pandemic

Shoshanna Aronowitz, PhD, FNP

Fulfill some of your required opioid training!

This talk will focus on racial and ethnic disparities in access to opioid use disorder treatment and pain care and will discuss strategies for ensuring access to medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) and harm reduction modalities during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

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Join fellow nurse practitioners on Friday, May 21, 2021 for a COVID-safe virtual educational gathering; gain up to 7 CE credits for the day, interact with your peers, visit vendors online, and enjoy all of this from the comfort of your home while wearing your slippers. With the ongoing global pandemic, the VNPA is excited to offer an online conference in lieu of our usual conference. We have a great slate of speakers on a variety of topics. Final agenda posted under attachments on the conference registration site.

Register here: https://vtnpa.enpnetwork.com/nurse-practitioner-events/136250-vnpa-2021-virtual-conference-health-environments-nps-caring-for-populations-in-a-changing-world?utm_medium=email&utm_source=group&utm_campaign=batch_event_invite#!registrationProviding equitable access to opioid use disorder treatment and pain care in the context of the overdose crisis and COVID-19 pandemic