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WVCTSI PROJECT ECHO-Pregnant and Parenting Women (PPW)


The Central East ATTC in collaboration with West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute (WVCTSI) Project ECHO Program, Marshall University, and West Virginia University’s Department of Behavioral Medicine are partnering to launch a 8-session ECHO series for primary care organizations in the area of Pregnant and Parenting Women (PPW) with Substance Use Disorder (SUD). Using the ECHO “hub and spoke” model, each session will include a brief expert presentation on a topic related to PPW with SUD, followed by a de-identified case presentation for discussion. Participants from primary care settings across WV are invited to participate and present cases for the interdisciplinary discussion.

The following sessions are offered by Project ECHO:

February 13, 2023  Overview of Treating Pregnant and PPW w/ SUDZachary Hasen

March 27,2023 Stigma Experienced by PPW Patients with SUD, Laura Lander

April 10, 2023 Management of Difficult Suboxone Cases, Panel Discussion

May 8, 2023 Labor and Delivery: ACE Program and Utilizing Doulas, Kelly Lemon

June 12, 2023 CPS Issues and Advocacy-Laura Lander , Anna Butcher

July 10,2023 Integrated Prenatal Class for Pregnant Women w/SUD, Rhonda Edmunds

August 14,2023 Homelessness and Access Issues-, Jen Price

September 11, 2023 The Impact of SUD in Early Childhood, Amanda Newhouse



Starts: Feb. 13, 2023 12:00 pm
Ends: Sep. 11, 2023 1:00 pm
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