E-Learning Courses

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  • PSATTC eLearn Online Learning Centerhttp://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 Channelhttps://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 Systemhttp://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 Coursehttps://ce.asu.edu/continuing-education/courses/health-medicine-law/medication-assisted-treatment-community-corrections-settings.
  • The Los Angeles Region PAETC E-Learning Portalhttps://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.
  • Dentistry and the SBIRT Model: How Can You Help Your Patients with Substance Abuse Issues:https://ce.asu.edu/continuing-education/courses/health-medicine/dentistry-sbirt-model-how-you-can-help-patients-substance-abuse-issues. Have you ever had a patient that you suspected has a problem with alcohol or drug use? For many dentist practitioners, the answer to that question is “yes.” With more than 20% of the population engaging in hazardous substance use, putting their own health or the health of those around them at risk, the odds are that most dentists will have numerous patients with an alcohol or drug problem. Dentists can often see the signs of chronic substance use in a variety of oral health problems. Despite the pervasiveness of alcohol and drug abuse, many dentists feel they do not have the knowledge or training to screen or counsel patients about alcohol and drugs. Implementing the SBIRT model can help. This course is self-paced and available for open enrollment.