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#9703 A Clinician’s Guide to Opioids is a comprehensive resource that educates healthcare providers on proven best practices in the treatment of opioid use disorders. It includes the impact and scale of opioid use on individuals and society, and covers screening, assessment, and brief intervention. Two chapters cover the use of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) as an integrated practice used with other evidence-based practices, such as peer support and the Twelve Steps, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and others. Additional information on continuing care planning is provided to further guide clinicians, as well as case studies that address specific challenges in treatment of clients with opioid use disorder. This program also includes information on current statistics, terms, DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, and alist of key web resources for providersNow easier to navigate, this guide is divided into three segments:
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