Session description: Controlled drugs are high risk drugs, and when given to patients with substance use disorder it can be very dangerous. Careful screening for contraindications must be done prior to the long term prescribing of these medications.
Instructional Strategy: Lecture and discussion, large or small group
Author: Ted Parran
School: Case Western Reserve University
Chapter 6 Pain Management Considerations, Parran T. In “The Pharmacist's Guide to Opioid Use Disorders” Merrill Norton eds 2018
“Revising the Treatment Plan and/or Ending Opioid Treatment”,
The American Society of Addiction Medicine Handbook on Pain and Addiction, Oxford, 2018.
ASAM Principles of Addiction Medicine chapter, “Clinical and Legal Considerations when Prescribing Controlled Drugs.”
Medical Clinics of N. America, Prescription Drug Abuse: a question of balance. 1997 81(4), 967-978
American Family Physician 2000. 61(8); 2121-2128 “Addiction: Part II. Identification and Management of the Drug Seeking Patient”
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