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The resource library provides information about substance use, disorder treatment and prevention. The information is provided by California MAT Expansion Partners, including Health Management Associates, and other sources.

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Introduction to Change Management & Implementation Planning

February 16, 2021 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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Organizational or programmatic change is notoriously difficult in healthcare settings. Yet changes in healthcare are the norm. Changes such as new technology, payment structures or an increased understanding of a disease push us to move forward to survive. Understanding the principles of change management and using the steps of change management will make this process more successful and lasting. Implementation planning is an important part of this process. Deciding how the change process will unfold, identifying what and who are impacted by change, and developing a plan are all important components of successful implementation. Whether your agency is implementing a new MAT/SUD program or expanding services, following the steps of change management and implementation planning will ensure a smoother more successful result for staff and patients.

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Mother & Baby Substance Exposure Toolkit

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This toolkit clarifies best practices to support and improve the care for substance exposed mothers and newborns.

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The Neuroscience of Stimulant Use Disorders

September 23, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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Stimulant Use Disorder: Introduction and Neuroscience

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ASAM Clinical Guidelines for Opioid Use Disorder 2020 Updates

September 29, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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ASAM Updates

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Neuroscience of Addiction and Engaging Medical Providers in SUD Care

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During this webinar Institute on Addiction Managing Director Corey Waller, MD, discusses the neurological origins of addiction and the system to treat it. Understanding the basic neuroscience of addiction allows for a better conceptualization of why we need specific elements of intervention to be developed. With this in mind he uses the NAM framework to discuss the “system” required to effectively treat addiction.

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Mother and Baby Substance Exposure Initiative Series: Stories from Moms – Principles of Perinatal Substance Use

November 20, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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For the past two years, the Mother and Baby Substance Exposure Initiative (MBSEI) has grounded itself in four principles of perinatal substance use: Every pregnant woman should be screene, Every pregnant woman with opioid use disorder should be on medication-assisted treatment, Use non-pharmacologic treatment for neonatal abstinence syndrome, and Moms and babies should receive support to remain together. We invite you to watch the final webinar in the MBSEI series as these four principles come to life in a 15-minute video portraying the stories of moms, babies and providers as they navigate the perinatal substance use treatment system. Following the video, experts working in the field participated in a moderated discussion and Q&A session.

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Addressing SDHs Among Pregnant Women, Mothers with Substance Use Disorder

October 26, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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Please watch this informative, engaging, and practical discussion on addressing social determinants of health among women and babies exposed to opioid use disorder (OUD) and substance use disorder (SUD). HMA experts focus on housing insecurity and domestic violence among the various social determinants of health affecting the overall quality of life. health risks and outcomes impacting pregnant women and mothers with OUD/SUD. Speakers also address social and community resources and structures supporting health and wellbeing in the places where this population lives, learns, works and plays.

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Navigating Stigma and Bias via Motivational Interviewing for Pregnant and Parenting Women

November 13, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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Pregnant and parenting women with substance use challenges face many social barriers including misperceptions, judgment and stigma. These experiences can also occur in the process of their seeking healthcare. It is the aim of these presentations to provide clinicians and teams with enhanced awareness, knowledge and skills toward the elimination of health inequities and improved patient experience of care.

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Toxicology - What You Need to Know for Your Busy Practice

May 21, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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In this webinar, Dr. Shannon Robinson will discuss current concepts regarding toxicological testing. These include ensuring you are able to detect the substances you are looking for and ways to address inconsistent results without increasing patient resistance. 

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MBSEI Webinar Series: Enhancing Child Welfare Support for Families affected by SUD/OUD - A Two-Part Session (Part 1)

September 22, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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In partnership with the OC Social Services Agency, Health Management Associates invites you to register and join us for a two-part webinar on Enhancing Child Welfare Support for Families affected by Substance Use Disorder/Opioid Use Disorder. THE SESSIONS WILL COVER: Family connection and resilience, Collaborative case planning, Safety organized practice and core practice model, Community child protection ecosystem, Collaborative case planning. THIS TRAINING IS APPROPRIATE FOR SUPERVISORS, MANAGERS, AND COURT OFFICIALS.

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Introducing the Mother & Baby Substance Exposure Toolkit

March 13, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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In this webinar, Corey Waller, MD, MS; Holly Smith, MPH, MSN, CNM; Carrie Griffin, DO; Kathryn Ponder, MD; and Jadene Wong, MD discuss the Mother & Baby Substance Exposure Toolkit. This toolkit clarifies best practices to support and improve the care for substance exposed mothers and newborns. 

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Treating Pregnant Women with OUD/SUD During the COVID-19 Pandemic in San Joaquin County

June 30, 2020 - Webinar/Podcast/Video

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In partnership with San Joaquin County, Health Management Associates presented an informative, engaging and practical presentation about treating pregnant women with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)/Substance Use Disorder (SUD) during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We heard from Dr. Helen DuPlessis - Director of the Mother and Baby Substance Exposure Initiative (MBSEI), and Shelly Virva - MBSEI Subject Matter Expert.

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