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Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder

The first in this series—Science to Medicine: Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)offers quick, targeted information on how to get started offering OUD treatment medications and other recovery support services in your practice. Learn about the science behind it, hear how your peers have implemented it, find resources to get started, and propose a topic for the next Science to Medicine series.

Navigating Science to Medicine

Select a clinician or practice setting below to hear how your peers have begun to offer medication treatment for OUD and other recovery support services.

Krista Brucker, MD Emergency Medicine SettingAmanda Davis Houchen FNP-C, FQHC Setting

Alister Martin, MD, MPP, Emergency Medicine SettingMarla D Kushner, DO, SC, Primary Care Practice Setting

Bernard Steutz, PA-C, MA, Primary Care Practice SettingDeepa Camenga, MD, Pediatric/Adolescent Medicine Setting

Elizabeth Bennett, RN, BSN, Inpatient Hospital Setting

Propose New Topics/Contact Us

Have a topic in mind for Science to Medicine? Contact the NIDAMED Coordinator, Michelle Corbin with ideas or questions about current Science to Medicine content.


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    Initiating Buprenorphine Treatment in the Emergency Department

    Facts for Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)

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