On September 20, the Duke University Margolis Center for Health Policy will be hosting a conference called “Expanding Access to Effective Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder: Provider Perspectives on Reducing Barriers to Evidence-Based Care.”
The event, which you can attend either in-person in Washington, DC, or via webcast, will feature an active discussion among providers and health system stakeholders about:
- The armamentarium of therapies to treat opioid use disorder
- Current barriers to appropriate use of these medications
- Opportunities to further reduce stigma and expand access to effective pharmacotherapies as part of an evidence-based approach to OUD treatment
Along with PAEA President Lisa Mustone-Alexander, speakers will include health professions educators, health care experts, and FDA and DHHS officials.
For more information or to register, please visit the Margolis Center website.