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Understanding and Addressing Methamphetamines (Part 1)

12:00pm - December 11, 2019
Northeast & Caribbean ATTC
Registration Deadline:
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Contact us at Patricia.Chaple@nyspi.columbia.edu

This webinar is an introduction to methamphetamines.  It will cover a variety of topics from description of methamphetamines, pharmacology, and reasons for use.  It will also include special populations and evidence based practices.
 

Goal Increase knowledge about methamphetamines and what works for treatment
 

Objectives:

  1. State statistics for methamphetamines locally and nationally
  2. Define stimulant drug
  3. Describe methamphetamines, withdrawal, and long term effects
  4. List at least 5 reasons for use
  5. Describe the routes of administration for methamphetamines including oral, snorting, injecting, and booty bumping
  6. List special issues for women and methamphetamines
  7. List special issues for MSM (Men who have sex with men)
  8. Define evidence-based practice and describe 3 evidence-based practices for methamphetamines


Part 1
Epidemiology
What is it?
Pharmacology

 

This course is generally three-hours in length, delivered in two segments (1.5 hours each), therefore, participants are required to attend both segments to attain a 'Certificate of Completion'.

 

This webinar series is provided under New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Education and Training. Provider Certification Number (115) Training under a New York State OASAS Provider Certification is acceptable for meeting all or part of the CASAC/CPP/CPS education and training requirements.
 

Group Registration: If your agency has a group of people (applies to group of people that will watch the webinar together from one access point) during a live broadcast, then the person registering the group must provide us with the names and their respective email addresses within the group to ensure that everyone fills out an evaluation.