Learn about the relationship between substance use disorders (SUDs) and the field of addiction medicine, levels of care within SUD treatment, communication strategies to build a collaborative patient relationship, and the role of care coordination in the treatment of SUDs. Clinicians are eligible to earn continuing education (CE) after completing all four modules.
Learn about the relationship between SUDs and the field of addiction medicine, and how to help patients with SUDs access recovery and support services.
Learn about diagnosing and assessing SUDs, levels of care within SUD treatment, and the important considerations for treatment decisions.
Learn strategies to help you communicate effectively with patients.
Learn about care coordination and interprofessional collaboration to treat SUDs.
After completing all four modules, physicians, nurses and other health professionals can receive free continuing education for this training by registering on CDC Training and Continuing Education (TCE) Online, searching for course number WB4517, and completing the evaluation.