How Does It Work?
Project ECHO® will be utilized to educate providers about pain management. Project ECHO® delivered through ATP (Arizona Telemedicine Program), is part of the statewide effort to expand medication assisted treatment (MAT) of substance use disorders and stretch the limited resources as broadly and effectively as possible. Participants will join in virtually.
Project ECHO® sessions occur on Thursdays every two weeks for 90 minutes (12:00-1:30pm) the MAT & Pain Management curriculum include:
- Chronic Pain and the Physical Exam
- Common Procedures in the Pain Clinic
- Spinal Cord Stimulation
- Pediatric Pain
- The Science Behind Opioid Addiction
- The Medical Use of Cannabinoids
- The Pain Pathways and Causes of Chronic Pain
- The Cognitive Components to Chronic Pain
- Opioid Overdose Education, Risk Reduction, and Naloxone Distribution
- Risk Reduction: OD prevention and Management of Prescribed Opioids
- Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
- SBIRT Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
What is Project ECHO
CLICK HERE to learn more about Project ECHO
How to Participate
- Participate remotely via zoom videoconferencing.
- All level of Arizona providers are welcome to participate at no cost.
- CEU credits for this event is available.
This series is made possible through funding provided by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).