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Building Capacity for Medications for Opioid Use Disorder: Example From a Large Urban Primary Care Practice

This session will review strategies to implement and expand Medications for Opioid Use  Disorder (MOUD) in clinical practice. Using an example of a quality improvement initiative from a large urban academic primary care practice in Philadelphia, we will discuss existing  barriers to MOUD and how to develop strategies to address these barriers. Possible  interventions to build capacity for MOUD include provider training, addressing stigma and bias, as well as engaging key stakeholders.


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January 25, 2022
12:00 pm–1:00 pm EST

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1.0 CPHQ credits

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