Dr. Labor, a primary care physician specializing in addiction medicine, will explore the disease concept which seeks to reduce stigma. Her lecture will look at brain biology in addiction in understandable ways and it will describe the "adict" as we all see him/her as it ties into the inner workins of the disease. It also explains WHY we use the treatment modalities that we use.
Nicole Labor, DO, Associate Medical Director of Addiction Medicine at SUMMA Health System.
Intended Audience includes: All providers and specialites, Physician Assistants, Advanced Care Practitioners, Nurses, Social Workers/Counselors, Residents, and clinical students.
The program objectives include:
- Review the basic areas of the brain involved in addiction.
- Discuss the basic concept of neurotransmitters, expecially as they pertain to addiction.
- Identify the different modatlities of treatment for addiction.
- Learn and apply the hierarchy of treatment in addiction as related to co-morbidities.
ADENA HEALTH SYSTEM IS ACCREDITED BY THE OHIO STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AND AMERICAN OSTEOPATHIC ASSOCIATION TO PROVIDE COUNTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION FOR PHYSICIANS.
ADENA HEALTH SYSTEM DESIGNATES THIS LIVE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY FOR A MAXIMUM OF 1 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDIT™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This program is approved for 1 credit hour of AOA Category 1-A CME credits.
The Ohio Board of Nursing accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM for the purpose of re-licensure.
Disclosure: There are no commercial interests to disclose by the event speaker, planners or CME Committee members.
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