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All-Ohio Medical School Opioid Use Disorder Collaborative Curriculum

Funded by Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services

The Interrelated Nature of Pain and OUD Curriculum Overview

B1. Define pain and addiction as a public health problem

B2. Identify the link between pain and addiction

B3. Assessment and diagnosis of OUD

B4. A plan for the management of OUD

B4.1. A plan for the management of OUD: Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

B4.2. A plan for the management of OUD: DEA DATA 2000 Waiver Course

B4.3. A plan for the management of OUD: Behavioral Health Services and referral to treatment

B4.4. A plan for the management of OUD: Non-Opioid Treatments

B4.5. A plan for the management of OUD: 12-Step and other Community Programs

B4.6. A plan for the management of OUD: Recovery Housing

B5. Stigma in treatment and recovery of OUD

B6. Relapse Prevention

B7. Ethical issues in OUD treatment

B8. Social Determinants of Health

B8.1. Social Determinants of Health

B8.2. Social Determinants of Health: Neighborhood Health