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E-Learning Courses

  • PSATTC eLearn Online Learning Center: http://psattcelearn.org. Featured courses include (1) Marijuana Use: What Providers Need to Know; (2) Addressing Prescription Drug Misuse; (3) Substance Use Disorders and Trauma; (4) LACES CBT Training Online Pre-Requisite; and (5) Four-Hour SBIRT Training. Continuing education is available for a variety of disciplines.
     
  • UCLA ISAP Vimeo Channel: https://vimeo.com/uclaisap. Includes more than three dozen archived web trainings on a variety of behavioral health-related topics. Continuing education is available for a variety of disciplines.
     
  • ATTC Network’s HealtheKnowledge Learning Management System: http://healtheknowledge.org. Featured topic areas include (1) behavioral health business; (3) clinical supervision and administration; (3) HIV treatment planning; (4) pharmacology for behavioral health; (5) SBIRT; (6) sexual and reproductive health; (7) special topics in behavioral health; (8) substance use disorder basics; and (9) substance use disorders in special populations. Continuing education credit is available for a variety of disciplines.
     
  • ASU CABHP’s Medication-Assisted Treatment in Community Corrections Settings Open Enrollment Online Course: https://ce.asu.edu/continuing-education/courses/health-medicine-law/medication-assisted-treatment-community-corrections-settings.
     
  • The Los Angeles Region PAETC E-Learning Portal: https://hivtrainingcdu.remote-learner.net. Featured topics include: (1) Substance Use, HIV, and Older Adults: What Providers Need to Know; (2) Heroin and HIV: What Clinicians Need to Know; (3) Crack Cocaine and HIV: What Clinicians Need to Know; (4) Alcohol and HIV: What Clinicians Need to Know; and (5) Short and Simple: Substance Abuse Screening and Brief Interventions in HIV Settings.
     
  • Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies:  https://training.casat.org. The primary mission of CASAT is to improve the prevention and treatment services for individuals with addictive behaviors by helping organizations, students, and the existing workforce apply research-based practices.