Welcome to the Central East ATTC Resource Library

Resources listed have been compiled by CEATTC staff, as well as other expert professionals or organizations. By no means is this an exhaustive list, but it contains some of the most pertinent and/or up-to-date resources available. Most of the Power Point presentations were delivered at recent trainings or conferences. If you have a resource or source you think would be appropriate to add to the list, please email the information to CentralEast@ATTCnetwork.org.

 

Central East ATTC Focus Areas:

CULTURAL COMPETENCE  . . . . . ADDICTION MEDICATIONS  . . . . . OPIOIDS  . . . . . PEERS  . . . . . TOBACCO
 
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*NEW . .Opioid-related Fatal Overdoses: January 1, 2014 to Mary 31, 2016, DC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
. .RHIhub Substance Abuse in Rural Areas, Rural Health Information
    Powerpoint Presentations:
  STI Update for Maryland: What's New?, Barbara Wilgus, 68 pgs
  Family Planning Update DC, Jennifer Lesko, 103 pgs
  HIV and Hepatitis C Update, Christopher Roberson, 107 pgs
  What's New Update DC: STDs, Jeanne Hoover, 67 pgs
  Updates in Family Planning, Jennifer Fahey, 67 pgs
  HCV in the HIV Co-infected Population, Sherilyn Brinkley, 46 pgs
Presentations from4th Annual Addiction Medicine Symposium Aug 2016
  Heroin. How did we get here?, Matthew Ellis, 76 pgs
Presentations fromProviding Answers: Treatment and Prevention in Opioid Prescription Epidemic Conferences, Feb & Mar 2016

 
    Videos:
 . .Guide to Quitting Smokeless Tobacco, American Cancer Society
*NEW . .Infographic: Great American Smokeout 2016, American Cancer Society
*NEW . .Infographic: ATTC Smoking Cessation & SUD Clients, Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC)
 . .Powerpoint Presentations:
 . .Joining Forces to Reduce Tobacco and Cancer Among Behavioral Health Populations, [Presentation at Nat’l Conference on Tobacco and Behavioral Health, May 2014]
 . .Tobacco Control and Behavioral Health: National Networks and CDC’s Role, [Presentation at Nat’l Conference on Tobacco and Behavioral Health, May 2014]
 . .Tobacco Control Should Be a Mainstay of Behavioral Health, [Steven A. Schroeder presentation at the Nat’l Conference on Tobacco and Behavioral Health, May 2014]
 . .Update on Best and Promising Practices, [Jill Williams Presentation at the Nat’l Conference on Tobacco and Behavioral Health, May 2014]
 
  . .Videos:
 . .CDC Update: Joining Forces to Reduce Tobacco and Cancer Among Behavioral Health Populations, [Presentation at Nat’l Conference on Tobacco and Behavioral Health, May 2014]
 . .Intervention Strategies for Tobacco and Behavioral Health, [Steven A. Schroeder Presentation at Nat’l Conference on Tobacco and Behavioral Health, May 2014]
 

 

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