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Interdisciplinary Addiction Medicine (I AM)
(Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes)
You can email any concerns/issues at any time and our I AM Project ECHO Hub Team will get an answer to your issue and/or provide an ECHO session on the subject. Please email ETSU I AM Project ECHO with your need.
About this Series:
Project ECHO will link specialist teams at an academic “hub” with primary care clinicians
in local communities – the “spokes” of the model. Together, you’ll participate in
weekly teleECHO™ clinics that act like virtual grand rounds combined with mentoring
and patient case presentations.
Our initial topics will include:
Here’s a short Project ECHO overview video created by the program’s developers.
The regular interactive hub-spoke video conferences (using simple video-conferencing software that can be used on any desktop computer or mobile device) will consist of:
Didactic and discussion will focus on providing learning around medically assisted treatment, specifically addressing those providers who have or are interested in obtaining their waiver in order to prescribe buprenorphine. The goal is to increase the knowledge base and comfort level of family medicine physicians, nurse practitioners on treating opioid use disorder.
|Fact Sheet:||Click here for Project ECHO Q&A Fact Sheet for Providers and Health Center Leadership.|
|How to claim credit:||Click here for information on how to claim CME credit.|
|Target Audience:||Family Medicine Physicians, Physicians, APNs, PAs, Residents/Fellows, Pharmacists, Psychologists|
All sessions 12:15PM - 1:15PM Eastern Time (unless otherwise noted) 10:15AM - 11:15AM Mountain Time
Fall 2023 & Spring 2024
September 6: "The Many Faces of Harm Reduction" - Bill Brooks, DrPH, MPH & Joyce Troxler, MD
September 20: "But Why All the Stimulants?"- Jack Larsen, MD
October 18: "New SAMHSA Requirements" - - - Caleb Osborne, MD
November 1: "SUD and Sleep Issues" - - - Kamran Hayel, MD
November 15: "TBI and SUDs: The overlaps and the challenges" - Meredith Ginley, PhD & Joyce Troxler, MD & Hannah Mitchell
November 29: "Suicide Prevention" - Mina McVeigh, LCSW
December 13: "Adolescents and SUD" - David Wood, MD & Joyce Troxler, MD
January 10: "The SUD and Obesity Connection" - Schuyler Geller, MD & Mina McVeigh, LCSW
January 24: "Death of Despair and Resiliency" - Michael Meit, MPH
February 7: "Addiction Care in Primary Care"
March 20: "End of Life Care for Those with SUD" - Mina McVeigh, LCSW / Caleb Osborne, MD
April 3: "Justice Involved Advocacy" - Veronica Vann Ray, CPRS, BSW
|Case Presentation Request:||
Click here to submit a case.
|Session Materials:||Click here for today's ECHO session materials|
|Previous Session Resources:||Click here for resources from previous sessions.|
|Archived Session Recordings:
||Click here to watch previously recorded sessions.|
|Fees:||Project ECHO is a cost-free partnership between community providers and East Tennessee State University.|
|Registration:||Click here to register now.|
|Planning Committee Members:
Evidence Based Resources/Research Support:
Joyce Troxler, MD
I AM ECHO Director
Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program Director
Quillen College of Medicine
Kamran Hayel-Moghadam, MD
Addiction Medicine Fellowship Associate Program Director
Quillen College of Medicine
Meredith Ginley, PhD
Department of Psychology
ETSU College of Arts and Sciences
Rick Wallace, EdD
Associate Director for Evidence & Outreach
Quillen College of Medicine Library
Ryan Tewell, PharmD
Assistant Professor – Co-Medical Director
Department of Family Medicine
Joyce Troxler, MD
Melissa Hood MPH, CHCP, CAP
You can email any concerns/issues at any time and our I AM Project ECHO Hub Team will get an answer to your issue and/or provide an ECHO session on the subject. Please email I AM ECHOwith your need.
|This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University. The Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.|
The Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Up to 1.00 (1.00CH) continuing nursing education hours have been approved for each session of this program. East Tennessee State University College of Nursing is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
In order to claim NASW credits the attendee will be provided an attendance certificate to submit to NASW along with their copy of the activity syllabus.
- To submit a case for consideration, please download and complete the ETSU I AM Project ECHO Case Presentation Form and email to ETSU I AM Project ECHO. As a case presenter you may also claim MOC Part II credits (see instructions below).
- Information on receiving MOC II credit for submitting an ETSU I AM Project ECHO case.
- To receive CME credit for participating in a I AM Project ECHO session, please see instructions below.
- All individuals who check in for the session will receive an email following the session allowing access to complete the evaluation and claim credit.