Full course description
In support of improving patient care, Arizona State University is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
DISCLOSURE – “THERE ARE NO RELEVANT FINANCIAL DISCLOSURES FOR THIS ACCREDITED ACTIVITY.”
What you'll learn
Clinicians will learn current best practices for identifying and treating patients with substance use related problems.
During this module, we provide a deep exploration of how to deliver equitable care to vulnerable populations. We define key terminology used in this field, describe systematic and psychosocial factors that affect people’s health, call on learners to reflect upon their potential biases around working with vulnerable patient populations, and offer specific strategies and approaches that promote equitable care. We hope learners leave with a greater understanding of themselves and how they can play a role in advocating for more equitable care at both the individual patient level and the more macro, systematic level.
What you'll do:
- Define terms related to treating vulnerable populations, including equity, bias, intersectionality, and harm reduction
- Explain how the social determinants of health affect patients struggling with substance use disorders
- Reflect on how you can help reduce bias and promote equity at the individual patient level and more macro-level
View other modules or enroll in all 12 Addiction Medicine modules here.
Who this course is designed for:
Clinicians, healthcare workers, healthcare managers
What you'll receive:
Upon successfully completing the course the participant will be able to claim their CME (1.0 credit).
Meet the instructors
Randi Sokol,MD, MPH, MMedED - Assistant Professor
Randi Sokol, MD, MPH, MMedEd, is an Assistant Professor at the Tufts Family Medicine Residency Program and Instructor at Harvard Medical School. She is Board Certified in both Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine. She earned her B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania, her Medical Degree and Masters in Public Health from Tulane University, completed Family Medicine Residency at UC-Davis, and earned a Masters in Medical Education through the University of Dundee.
Matt Martin, PhD, LMFT - Clinical Assistant Professor
Matt Martin, PhD, LMFT, is Clinical Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Behavioral Health Program at Arizona State University where he teaches courses on healthcare quality improvement, substance use prevention, behavioral health integration, and motivational interviewing.