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Four-part addiction medicine series concludes October 17

The fourth program in a series focused on treatment of substance use disorders by the Wisconsin Society of Addiction Medicine is next week. Created for primary care providers and funded through a grant by the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation, the series began in June and will conclude with a final program on Wednesday, October 17 at 5:30 p.m.

Jacquelyn Adams, MD, will present Treatment of Alcohol Use and Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnancy. Participants may attend the webinar in-person at Meriter Hospital in Madison or may access the recording as an on-demand webinar for up to one year after the event. The other webinars in the series available on demand are:

• Suboxone 2.0: Beyond the Basics, presented by Ritu Bhatnagar, MD, and John Ewing, MD
• Interpretation of Urine Drug Screen, presented by David Galbis-Reig, MD
• Treatment of Stimulant Disorder presented by Mark Lim, MD

Each program is complimentary and has been approved for continuing medical education credit, but registration is required. Details are available online.

The Wisconsin Medical Society also has developed a webinar series that focuses on responsible opioid prescribing. Each of the programs in the series has been approved by the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board and may be applied toward the continuing medical education requirement most physicians need for licensing. Click here to learn more.

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