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Project ECHO Series: Women and Stimulant Use: Current Trends and the Impact on the User's Brain and Body

The Mid-America Mountain Plains and the South Southwest Regional Addiction Technology Transfer Center are hosting the Women and Stimulants ECHO Series. This series will utilize a Project ECHO format to provide case-based learning and consultation for substance use and other health care providers working with women who use stimulants, including cocaine and methamphetamines. Using the Zoom videoconferencing platform, providers will be able to connect directly with leading experts in the field to build their capacity to provide evidence-based care. Each 90-minute session will include a brief didactic presentation and an interactive discussion on two de-identified client cases. 

Registration is limited to 100 participants per session. Please register for each individual session by clicking on the session titles below. See webpage for detailed descriptions of the sessions and information regarding CEs. To learn more about what a Project ECHO session is like, view this brief video. 

Woman and Stimulant Use: Current Trends and the Impact on the User’s Brain and Body

October 2, 2019 from 11:30am - 1:00pm CT

Beth A. Rutkowski, MPH Director of Training, UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs Co-Director, Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center

This presentation will describe the local and national scope of stimulants(cocaine and methamphetamine).The mental health and physical health consequences of stimulant use will be presented, including information on the impact of stimulant use on the brain and cognition.

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Starts: Oct. 2, 2019 11:30 am
Ends: Oct. 2, 2019 1:00 pm
Registration Deadline
October 2, 2019
Event Type
Project ECHO
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