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Opioids Clinical Primer

This 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.

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Short

Are you ready to make a difference in the opioid crisis or maybe you're willing but don't know how to get started? With the help of this free, certified online program from Machealth, you will uncover common issues that arise when prescribing opioids; learn to reduce and manage the harms of opioids including overdose and dependence and recognize and treat opioid use disorder. Start learning at opioids.machealth.ca

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It's a sad truth, but in 2017 approximately 3,987 Canadians lost their lives in suspected opioid overdoses. It may seem like a daunting task, but something can be done to manage the opioid overdose crisis in Canada. Ontario health professionals play an important role in keeping their patients safe, they just need to know how.

Machealth has launched a free, certified online program to educate health professionals in Ontario about safe opioid risk reduction; address opioid use disorder by reducing harms including overdose and dependence by recognizing and treating opioid use disorder. You can learn how at opioids.machealth.ca

 

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Does your organization maintain a blog? If so, consider featuring a post about the Clinical Primer. Feel free to explore the program, including its courses and resources. Check out our blog about the launch of the program for some ideas of where to start.

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If you have an upcoming event where you would like to promote the Opioids Clinical Primer you can download the print-ready version of the program’s promotional postcard.

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Contact Us

If you have any questions about the program, feel free to reach out.

Anthony J. Levinson, MD, FRCPC, MSc
Director, Division of e-Learning Innovation
John Evans Chair in Educational Research
Associate Professor,
McMaster University
levinsa@mcmaster.ca

Mike Ayers
Marketing Specialist
Division of eLearning Innovation
McMaster University
mike.ayers@machealth.ca