NWATTC Webinar Series

The NWATTC's monthly webinar series, which began with our first installment, January 31, 2018, will feature presentations on a wide range of topics of interest to the region.

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2018 Schedule

April 25, 2018, 12-1pm (Pacific)
Management of Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care
Joseph O. Merrill, MD, MPH, UW Associate Professor of Medicine

Dr. Merrill is a UW associate professor of medicine and a certified expert in addiction medicine. He has clinical and research expertise in primary care, addiction medicine, pain medicine, and HIV medicine. As a member of the UW School of Medicine Colleges Faculty, he is active in medical student education. He teaches students, residents, and practicing physicians in a wide variety of settings. 
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Washington State Targeted Response (WA-Opioid STR): An Overview of the Funded Projects
March 27, 2018
Tom Fuchs, MEd, Behavioral Health Adult Treatment Manager for DSHS-Behavioral Health and Recovery Division

Mr. Fuchs described the 18 funded projects for the Washington State Targeted Response (WA-Opioid STR) grant, a statewide effort to address the opioid epidemic through increased access to prevention, treatment, and recovery services. The plan builds on the state strategic plan, existing infrastructures and expanding implementation of proven programs and strategies to meet the needs of the state. 
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Patient-Centered Care for Patients in Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs)
February 28, 2018
K. Michelle Peavy, PhD, Research and Training Manager, Evergreen Treatment Services (ETS)
Dr. Peavy described a treatment model for opioid use disorders that leverages patient-centered care components and enhances retention among individuals who struggle with ongoing drug use, and discussed clinical implications of that model.
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Introducing the New Northwest ATTC
January 31, 2018
Meet the staff of the new Northwest ATTC at the University of Washington Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, and learn about our mission and strategic vision for the coming years!