REDONNA is a mixed-methods randomized study testing the effectiveness of individualized prescribing Portraits to reduce inappropriate initiation of opioid analgesics. The Contemporary Clinical trials recently published REDONNA’s study protocol.
There has been a noticeable deficiency in the implementation of addiction science in healthcare practice. Many physicians and healthcare providers feel unprepared to treat addictions following their training. While the inadequate education has been well documented, the perceptions of learners in early-career health professions have not been fully investigated.
Gaps in addiction medicine training are a reason for poor substance use care in North America. (more…)
This toolkit is based on a study that aimed to establish the feasibility and accessibility of training primary care practitioners in addiction medicine.