Treating Pain and Addiction
September 19 @ 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Training Developed For Practice Teams Treating Pain And Addiction
Mi-CCSI, in collaboration with the University of Michigan’s Chronic Pain and Fatigue Center and Michigan provider systems developed a comprehensive training program to address patients with acute and chronic pain. The focus of the training is centered on changing the way providers and staff diagnosed and treated pain, emphasizing psychosocial and non-pharmaceutical interventions as well as introductions to weaning and addiction.
Morning – Foundations of Pain Management
The morning sessions will include a review of the pain management mechanisms, pathophysiology, biopsychosocial aspects, multi-disciplinary care team approaches, pharmacotherapy, non-pharmacy and cannabinoid treatment approaches, and open panel questions and discussion.
Afternoon – Workshops
Two afternoon workshop tracks are offered to further explore practical application.
Track One: Substance Use Disorders
- Review tapering approaches
- Discuss Crucial Conversations
- Case Study applications
Track Two: Team-Based Care For Chronic Pain
- Review assessment and care planning components
- Discuss ways to ways to optimize the multi-disciplinary team (Physical Therapy, Behavioral Health Services)
I strongly encourage all providers, primary care, specialists and care managers take this course ASAP! – Physician
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
- This training will meet the continuing education requirements for pain and symptom management in the state of Michigan for medical license renewals.
- This Live activity has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 6.00 Elective credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians
- Application for continuing education credits has been filed with the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative. Determination of credit is pending.