This six-part program provides an overview of key concepts and skills for clinicians facing common challenges in the management of patients with chronic pain, including reducing the risks of opioids and addressing opioid use disorder.
The cases in the HARMS Program learning modules are based on real cases and were specifically chosen to illustrate key principles when using urine drug testing in a primary care setting for chronic non-cancer pain. There are educational diagrams and explanations along the way to drive home key points. The HARMS Program was developed by the Marathon Family Health Team's Chronic Pain and Addictions Committee.
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