Join us on November 28th to learn more about the opioid and stimulant crisis in Kansas. Engaging together in this proactive effort to build a collaborative response will help to prevent the escalation of this crisis in Kansas. This year the conference will have a track dedicated to the emerging issue surrounding the rise in stimulant morbidity and mortality.
2022 Conference Session Graphic Recordings from KU CPPR
The Kansas Opioid and Stimulant Conference will include keynote sessions and breakout sessions by discipline/topic area.
Receive free CME or CNE, learn about best practices for opioid prescribing and pain management.
Learn about prescription drug and opioid misuse and abuse prevention strategies.
Explore Opioid Use Disorder treatment and recovery approaches and best practices.
Discover law enforcement and criminal justice related issues and strategies to combat the crisis.
Learn more about the rise in stimulant abuse and related strategies for prevention and treatment.
Why Should You Attend?
- Speakers in each session will discuss strategies regarding how to address the crisis through the different lenses of Prescribing, Prevention, Treatment & Recovery, Law Enforcement and Intervention with unique voices of their professional experience.
- CME, CNE, BSRB, EMS, Law Enforcement, and Pharmacy credits may be awarded through the conference. General Continuing Education credits can be received by submitting your conference certificate to your licensing entity.
Who Should Attend?
- Medical Doctors, Nurses, Health Care Providers, Pharmacists
- Prevention Specialists, Community Coalitions, Public Health Professionals, Educators, Legislators
- Social Workers, Psychologists
- Treatment and Recovery Providers, Addiction Specialists
- Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services
- Gain awareness of the impact of the prescription drug, opioid, and stimulant crisis in our state.
- Explore evidence-based strategies, best practices, and resources for:
- Prescription drug, opioid, and stimulant misuse and abuse prevention
- Opioid Use Disorder and Stimulant Use Disorder treatment and recovery
- Pain management, opioid prescribing, and clinical interventions
- Law enforcement personnel in identifying and investigating cases associated with opioid and other drug use
Continuing Education credits may be available for CME, CNE, BSRB, EMS, Law Enforcement, and Pharmacists. Certificates of continuing education credit or general attendance will be provided to all attendees; conference certificates can be submitted to licensing entities for general CEU credits.
If you have any questions about the conference or your registration, please contact Lori Moriarty, DCCCA Prevention: firstname.lastname@example.org