Thursday, October 1st 2020
presented by MAO Behavioral Health
& Medical Advocacy and Outreach’s Copeland Care Clinic
MAO Behavioral Health
600 Interstate Park Drive, Suite 603, Montgomery, AL 36109
Thursday, October 1, 2020
8:30 AM – 4:15 PM
(7.0 contact hours for nurses; 3.5 contact hours for therapists)
$75 per person (includes web access to training materials, contact hours and certificate)
Partial credit will not be offered.
Additional instructions associated with confirmation of credit may be provided at the time of training.
LIMITED CAPACITY TRAINING. REGISTRATION WILL END WHEN CAPACITY IS MET.
Internet, Computer &/or Smart Phone Required.
Instructions provided via email prior to training.
At the conclusion of this training, participants will be able to:
Provide a state nursing perspective on current trends impacting healthcare workers during COVID-19
Discuss the value of prevention, treatment and remediation on clinicians who are impacted by substance misuse
Discuss the mental health crisis system of care for providers who serve individuals with mental illness
Provide a public health perspective on behavioral health in home health care and communicable diseases (HIV & other STI’s)
List specific medications used for mental health disorders and recent prescribing trends to address the opioid crisis
Explore the adjusted use of Naxolone amidst a dual public health pandemic (Opioid and COVID-19)