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View resources for addiction professionals below, or return to the team members page.

  • PublicHealth.org is dedicated to providing the latest and most useful healthcare information and resources currently available. They have a variety of free online course materials from the world’s best universities. The courses focus on various topics including  the effects various substances have on the brain, processes in the brain that lead to physical addictions, and the scientific analysis of addiction, drug abuse, and associated mental disorders.
     
  • CIHS, in collaboration with the Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network and the Morehouse School of Medicine National Center for Primary Care, developed a 5-hour self-paced online course for addiction treatment professionals considering career opportunities in primary care. The course provides these professionals with resources and information to help them decide whether working in a primary care setting is right for them.
     
  • Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Addiction Treatment Profession aims to inform the development of strategies to successfully prepare, recruit and retain a sufficient number of professionals able to effectively care for individuals with substance use disorders. This comprehensive, nationally representative data about the specialty substance use disorders treatment workforce may be useful to Single State Agencies, provider and professional organizations, training and education entities, individuals in the workforce, and other stakeholders.
     
  • The Directory of Addiction Study Programs is a comprehensive list of institutions offering a certificate, associate, bachelor, master and/or doctoral program in addressing substance use disorders. Also included in this directory are institutions offering a concentration, specialty or minor in the addiction field. 
     
  • Innovations in Addictions Treatment: Addiction Treatment Providers Working with Integrated Primary Care Services shares insights and perspectives from organizations that integrate addiction and primary care services. It is structured around the aspects of the organizations’ integrated services, including events that precipitated their integration efforts, common and significant challenges, and lessons learned, with additional information to help other substance abuse providers integrate service delivery with primary care.

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View resources for addiction professionals below, or return to the team members page.

  • PublicHealth.org is dedicated to providing the latest and most useful healthcare information and resources currently available. They have a variety of free online course materials from the world’s best universities. The courses focus on various topics including  the effects various substances have on the brain, processes in the brain that lead to physical addictions, and the scientific analysis of addiction, drug abuse, and associated mental disorders.
     
  • CIHS, in collaboration with the Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network and the Morehouse School of Medicine National Center for Primary Care, developed a 5-hour self-paced online course for addiction treatment professionals considering career opportunities in primary care. The course provides these professionals with resources and information to help them decide whether working in a primary care setting is right for them.
     
  • Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Addiction Treatment Profession aims to inform the development of strategies to successfully prepare, recruit and retain a sufficient number of professionals able to effectively care for individuals with substance use disorders. This comprehensive, nationally representative data about the specialty substance use disorders treatment workforce may be useful to Single State Agencies, provider and professional organizations, training and education entities, individuals in the workforce, and other stakeholders.
     
  • The Directory of Addiction Study Programs is a comprehensive list of institutions offering a certificate, associate, bachelor, master and/or doctoral program in addressing substance use disorders. Also included in this directory are institutions offering a concentration, specialty or minor in the addiction field. 
     
  • Innovations in Addictions Treatment: Addiction Treatment Providers Working with Integrated Primary Care Services shares insights and perspectives from organizations that integrate addiction and primary care services. It is structured around the aspects of the organizations’ integrated services, including events that precipitated their integration efforts, common and significant challenges, and lessons learned, with additional information to help other substance abuse providers integrate service delivery with primary care.

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