Remaining Optimistic When Treating OUD: Burnout Challenges and Stressors for Clinicians and Physicians - September Opioid Webinar Series Part 2

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Remaining Optimistic When Treating OUD: Burnout Challenges and Stressors for Clinicians and Physicians - Part 2 of the Opioid Webinar Series

 

 Time: On Demand Anytime
Duration: 1 Hour
This webinar will discuss the challenges of treating the OUD consumer. Dr. Carol Clayton and Dr. Karl Haake will discuss how consumer characteristics, administrative barriers, low fee structures, and the nature of substance use disorders in general create a high degree of stress and burnout for the treating provider.
 
Learn from these passionate experts how to support your providers with techniques to stay motivated and positive when treating opioid addiction and tips for identifying and self-management for clinician/physician stress.

 

  
Please note: this webinar is a free event, and no CEUs or certificates of participation are provided. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and slides if you cannot attend the live event.

September is Recovery Month and this year’s theme highlights how integrated health, community, leadership and a sense of purpose contribute to the recovery from mental illness and substance use disorders.

 

Relias is hosting a webinar series on topics related to substance use recovery, opioid treatment and how to improve and innovate our approach to treatment and recovery.

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Karl Haake, MD
Pain Management Consultant
Missouri Primary Care Association

 

Dr. Haake is currently the Pain Management Consultant for the Missouri Primary Care Association and lead facilitator for Missouri's Chronic Pain ECHO Project. He is an anesthesiologist who specializes in pain medicine and is certified by both the American Board of Anesthesiology and the American Board of Pain Medicine. He formed the first pain clinic at a Federally Qualified Health Center in the United States at the Community Health Center of Central Missouri and consults with hospitals, health systems, managed care organizations, private clinics, and FQHC’s throughout the country regarding coordination of primary care, behavioral health, and pain management. He is currently the chair of the American Academy of Pain Medicine’s Special Interest Group in Primary Care and previously served as interim Chief Medical Director for Home State Health, one of Missouri Medicaid’s managed care organizations.

 

 

Carol Clayton, PhD
Translational Neuroscientist
Relias

 

Dr. Clayton is a licensed, practicing psychologist with 30 years of healthcare experience in the public and private sector, including non-profit and private practice work. She currently works as the Translational Neuroscientist for Relias. Before joining Relias, Dr. Clayton served as the CEO of Care Management Technologies, a health IT data analytics company recently acquired by Relias. Prior to her tenure as CEO of CMT, Dr. Clayton served as the Executive Director for the North Carolina Council of Community MH/DD/SA Programs, a nonprofit corporation representing public MH/DD/SA service organizations. Dr. Clayton also served as the Executive Director for Magellan Health Services for the South Atlantic states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. She has broad public and private sector management and leadership experience.

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