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2017 Addiction Medicine Conference

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Event type: Conference

When:

03/24/2017 - 03/26/2017

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2017-03-24 00:00:00 2017-03-26 00:00:00 2017 Addiction Medicine Conference The 2017 Addiction Medicine Conference will again provide clinically practical and up-to-date substance use related training, applicable across general medical as well as addiction specialty practices. Marriott Renaissance Downtown Asheville Chloe Morgan chloe.morgan@governorsinstitute.org false MM/DD/YYYY

Location: Marriott Renaissance Downtown Asheville

31 Woodfin Street Asheville, North Carolina, 28801 United States

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Contact Information

Contact Name: Chloe Morgan

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Phone: (919) 990-9559

Registration URL: http://governorsinstitute.org/addiction-medicine/registration/

Website: http://governorsinstitute.org/addiction-medicine/

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Description

Addiction Medicine Conference 2017



Please join us at the 8th annual Addiction Medicine Conference – the region’s premier conference for substance use disorder and addictions-related education and updates, hosted by the Governor’s Institute, North Carolina Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and the North Carolina Society of Addiction Medicine.

Our 2016 conference had record attendance, attracting nearly 270 addiction medicine specialists, primary care physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and other healthcare professionals from North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina and across the U.S.

We continue to grow each year, and you are invited to join us as we embark on another successful conference in 2017!


Schedule

 

Friday, March 24, 2017

7:00-8:00am   Registration / Breakfast

8:00-8:15am   Welcome & Opening Remarks

8:15-10:15am   Opening Plenary Session: National Update

Why Addiction Medicine Sucks Sometimes / How to Improve through Integrated Care

Corey Waller MD, MS DFASAM
Senior Medical Director for Education and Policy
Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, Camden, NJ

National Update

Review of Surgeon General’s Report

10:15-10:45am   Break with the Exhibitors

10:45-12:15pm   Mid-morning Plenary Session: National Update Applied Locally

North Carolina Medical Board: Comparing the New Opioid Guidelines (CDC, FSMB, NCMB)

James W. Finch, MD
Director of Physician Education, Governor’s Institute, Raleigh, NC
Medical Director, Changes by Choice, Durham, NC

Buprenorphine Update: Upping the Limit and Role of PA/NP

Stephen A. Wyatt, DO
Medical Director, Addiction Medicine, Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, NC

Panel: Applying Changes and Guidelines / Q & A

12:15-1:15pm   Lunch

1:15-5:00pm   Afternoon Intensive Workshops

Basics of Addiction Medicine: AM101 & AM201

James W. Finch, MD
Director of Physician Education, Governor’s Institute, Raleigh, NC
Medical Director, Changes by Choice, Durham, NC

Additional Speaker TBA

ABC’s of Pain Management

Steve Prakken, MD
Chief of Medical Pain Service, Duke Pain Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC

J. Paul Martin, MD, FASAM
President, North Carolina Society of Addiction Medicine, Asheville, NC
Distinguished Fellow, American Society of Addiction Medicine

Buprenorphine Waiver Training (Pending)

Stephen A. Wyatt, DO
Medical Director, Addiction Medicine, Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, NC

Advanced Addiction Medicine Case Based Discussion / Ask the Experts

Ashwin A. Patkar, MD, MRCPsych, DFASAM
Professor of Psychiatry and Community and Family Medicine, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

Roy E. Smith, MD
Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, Family Medicine, Pavillon, Mill Spring, NC
President – South Carolina Society of Addiction Medicine (SCSAM)

Behavioral Aspects of Addiction Medicine (MI AND CBT) with emphasis on MI skills

Sebastian Kaplan, PhD
Clinical Psychologist / Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry,
Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC

David P. Miller, MD, MS, FACP
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine,
Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Saturday, March 25, 2017

7:00-8:00am   Registration / Breakfast

7:50-8:00am   Welcome Day 2

8:00-10:00am    Morning Plenary Session: Complex Co-Morbidities:

Interdisciplinary and Systems Approaches

High Utilizers: A Systems Approach

Corey Waller MD, MS DFASAM
Senior Medical Director for Education and Policy
Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, Camden, NJ

Multidisciplinary Approach to Discontinuing Opioids/Benzos

Seddon Savage, MD
Medical Director, Chronic Pain and Recovery Center, Silver Hill Hospital, New Canaan, CT

10:00-10:30am   Break with the Exhibitors

10:30-12:30pm   Concurrent Workshops Breakout

Opioid Treatment Program: Medically Complicated Patients

Eric D. Morse, MD
Addiction and Sports Psychiatrist, Morse Clinics and Carolina Performance, Raleigh, NC

Urine Drug Screening

J. Paul Martin, MD, FASAM
President, North Carolina Society of Addiction Medicine, Asheville, NC
Distinguished Fellow, American Society of Addiction Medicine

Catherine A. Hammett-Stabler, PhD, DABCC, FACB
Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

Buprenorphine Update

James W. Finch, MD
Director of Physician Education, Governor’s Institute, Raleigh, NC
Medical Director, Changes by Choice, Durham, NC

Stephen A. Wyatt, DO
Medical Director, Addiction Medicine, Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, NC

 Additional Workshop TBA

12:30-1:30pm   Lunch

1:30-3:30pm   Concurrent Workshops Breakout
Opioid Treament Program: Guest Dosing Policies

Eric D. Morse, MD
Addiction and Sports Psychiatrist, Morse Clinics and Carolina Performance, Raleigh, NC

Non-Opioid Science-Driven Approaches to Common Pain Conditions

Donald Teater, MD
Teater Health Solutions

Urine Drug Screening (repeat)

J. Paul Martin, MD, FASAM
President, North Carolina Society of Addiction Medicine, Asheville, NC
Distinguished Fellow, American Society of Addiction Medicine

Catherine A. Hammett-Stabler, PhD, DABCC, FACB
Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

Additional Workshop TBA

3:30-4:00pm   Break with Exhibitors

4:00-5:30pm   Afternoon Plenary Session: Psychiatric Co-Morbidities

Psychiatric Co-Morbidities: Down and Dirty Guide to Difficult Patients

Steve Prakken, MD
Chief of Medical Pain Service, Duke Pain Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC

Additional Plenary TBA

Speaker TBA

 

Sunday, March 26, 2017

7:30-8:00am   Breakfast

8:00-10:30am    Closing Remarks & Plenary Session: Medical Co-Morbidities

Substance Use Disorders and Chronic Disease: Focus on Cardiac

Cauveh Erami, MD
OTP Medical Director, Southlight, Inc., Lumberton, NC

Withdrawal Management and Complicated Withdrawal

Roy E. Smith, MD
Board Certified in Addiction Medicine, Family Medicine, Pavillon, Mill Spring, NC
President – South Carolina Society of Addiction Medicine (SCSAM)

Cost-Effective Use of Labs for Substance Use Disorder Patients in Primary Care and Addiction Medicine Settings

J. Paul Martin, MD, FASAM
President, North Carolina Society of Addiction Medicine, Asheville, NC
Distinguished Fellow, American Society of Addiction Medicine


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