The Tribal MAT ECHO™ clinic occurs on the 3rd Tuesday of each month 12-1PM (PT).
The objective of this clinic is to offer a monthly opportunity for waivered providers and health care teams of Indian Country (rural and urban) to learn evidence-based and culturally informed strategies to address opioid and stimulant use disorders. Participants will also have the opportunity to present and get feedback on clinical cases. Learn and discuss: Medication Formulations for OUD, Nurse Care Model and Multidisciplinary Teams, Trauma-Informed Approach to MAT, Social Support, Community Reinforcements and MAT, and more.
Project ECHO™ (Enhancing Community Health Care Outcomes) uses a web-based, video-conferencing platform to provide case-based learning opportunities and increase workforce capacity to provide best practice specialty care. Continuing Medical Education and Continuing Education (CME/CE) offered at NO COST.
Presenter(s): Daniel Domaguin, MSW
Note: Registering here will allow you to attend any of our future sessions. You can cancel your registration at any time.
For more information, contact MLGoodman@mednet.ucla.edu