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Webinar: Opioid Clinical Decision Support in Primary Care: CTN-0095

Rossom and HookerIn this webinar, presenters Rebecca Rossom, MD, MS, and Stephanie Hooker, PhD, MPH, will discuss the design and implementation of Opioid Wizard, a clinical decision support tool embedded in the EHR for primary care clinicians. The goal of the tool is to help clinicians identify, screen, diagnose and treat opioid use disorder (OUD). They will also discuss one of the supplements to CTN 0095, which tested a training to reduce stigma towards people with OUD among primary care clinicians.

1.5 CME/CE credits available. For more information about credits types and accreditation, download our flyer.

Learning objectives

  1. Identify three (3) reasons why it is important to identify and treat OUD in primary care settings
  2. Describe two (2) ways that an EHR-embedded clinical decision support tool could help clinicians address care gaps for people with OUD
  3. List at least one (1) main finding from CTN 0095 and/or its supplement

About the speakers

Dr. Rebecca Rossom is a Psychiatrist and Senior Investigator at HealthPartners Institute, and the Site PI for the NorthStar Node of the NIDA CTN.  Her research tends to focus on pragmatic trials, including clinical decision support systems to improve cardiovascular risk for people with bipolar or schizophrenia, improve diagnosis of cognitive impairment, or improve recognition and treatment of OUD.

Dr. Stephanie Hooker is Research Investigator at HealthPartners Institute with a background in clinical health psychology and public health. Dr. Hooker’s research interests are in behavioral and psychosocial influences on health and disease. The long-term goal of her research program is to develop interventions for health behavior change and well-being that can be delivered in healthcare and community settings. Dr. Hooker completed her PhD and MPH degrees at the University of Colorado Denver. Prior to joining the Institute in 2019, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Primary Care Behavioral Health at the University of Minnesota Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.


Starts: Jun. 26, 2024 11:00 am
Ends: Jun. 26, 2024 12:30 pm
Registration Deadline
June 26, 2024
Event Type
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