Predicting adolescents' intentions to drink alcohol: Outcome expectancies and self-efficacy.
Requirements for all NCSAPPB-offered credentials will be reviewed from initial application through registration to fully credentialed status and biannual renewal.
This mini-track will review the pharmacology of new formulations of buprenorphine and naltrexone in office based opioid treatment and current perspectives on prescribing medications to opioid addicted patients.
The clinical aspects of choice of medication and the role of the substance abuse therapist in relation to the prescribing physician and the goals of recovery will be highlighted. The recent ASAM practice guideline on pharmacotherapy for opioid addiction will be discussed with emphasis on integration strategies of non-pharmacological treatments.
Participants will be able to: Apply knowledge of the pharmacokinetics in deciding choice of medications.
Since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic in the early s, major advances have been made in the treatment and prevention of HIV worldwide. HIV is now a chronic medically managed disease and government officials dare to speak of creating an AIDS free generation.
Yet there are approximately 50, new infections each year and it is estimated that less than a third of the 1. How do gender identity, sexual behavior, and sexual identity relate to HIV?
For people in the LGBTQIA community, social and structural inequality, stigma, and discrimination are associated with poorer health status, and higher risk of exposure and spreading of HIV.
This workshop will provide an update on HIV disease behavioral health professionals. Part I will review the basic virology and course along with ART treatment.
The focus will be on medical essentials that patients, nurses, and therapists need to know. In addition, particular emphasis will be placed on the current face epidemiology of this continuing epidemic along with the psychosocial factors i. Part II will discuss effective strategies, prevention, and treatment approaches for working with the specific high-risk populations along with ethical issues related to HIV care.
Identify the current epidemiological trends related to HIV disease as associated with specific populations along the HIV continuum. Discuss common psychosocial issues and frequent comorbid behavioral health disorders among HIV patients.
Identify treatment gaps and needs of individuals living with HIV including use of measures to improve practice within your setting. Understand the multiple structural factors beyond individual risk behaviors that increase vulnerability among MSM of color and in living in the South.
This session is primarily for the seasoned, authorized DWI provider. It will be an update on practices related to the delivery of substance use disorder services for individuals with DWI offenses. This session will also include guest speakers from the UNC School of Government and from the ignition interlock community.
She teaches and consults with judges, prosecutors, public defenders, magistrates and others. She will provide an update on recent DWI-related legislation and other topics of interest. Robert Staley has been working with local ignition interlock providers for just over 8 years.
He will provide an overview of what the customer experiences, the hurdles involved with the proper use of ignition interlock and its associated costs. This session will help participants: Current research and treatment strategies have identified that trauma plays a significant role in the assessment, understanding and interventions in the treatment of substance use.
By the end of the workshop participants will be able to: Describe types of trauma and the influence of trauma on mental health Identify methods for assessment of trauma Demonstrate interventions for grounding in order to assist with emotional regulation Discuss models of trauma intervention B This interactive workshop will address the need for gender responsive and integrated multidimensional treatment services for women with Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders.
Research regarding factors that impact women as it relates to specific drugs, barriers, and mental health issues will be highlighted. Best practices and evidenced based treatment models will be shared.
Experiential exercises that are useful tools in your work with recovering women will be integrated throughout the day.
Treatment issues and ethical considerations will be discussed. Upon completion of this workshop, participants should be able to: Discuss the need for gender responsive treatment for women; Explicate two salient principles of Relational Theory; Examine two reasons for the need to incorporate integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders; List at least one Integrated Treatment Model that you may consider for agency use; Identify two ways in which you will change your practice or beliefs when working with women substance abusers B A popular sales-pitch line for marketers, but what is the clinical understanding of such a statement?American Math Forum (AMF) A private activity promoting informed thought and action in American P mathematics education reform and advocacy.
AMF serves as a platform for distribution of local and national news and information, discussion and networking to support a broad range of activities in K mathematics advocacy and reform at the local, state and national levels.
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