Updated as of 10/11/2021
CTN (Clinical Trials Network) Western States Node and the Northwest and Pacific Southwest ATTC. The goal of this series is to help scholars and clinicians in the addiction field stay abreast of cutting edge science. Hope you and your staff will consider joining.
Title of webinar: Attitudes & Stigma Around Addiction
October 27, 2021 | 11am-12:30pm PT
Presenter: John Kelly, PhD, ABPP, Harvard University
In this session, John Kelly, PhD, ABPP of Harvard University will discuss the fundamental causes of stigma and discrimination in relation to substance use disorder, review some of the paradoxical findings from the latest stigma research, and suggest how stigma and discrimination might be more systematically addressed to enhance the clinical care and outcomes of individuals suffering from substance use disorder.
- Identify two (2) major factors which underlie and contribute to addiction stigma.
- Explain three (3) effective strategies for addressing stigma.
- Determine optimal terminology to reduce stigma in at least two (2) clinical and policy communication areas.
1.5CME or CE credits available. AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(TM);PSY (APA); RN (CA BRN); LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, LEP (CAMFT); RADT I/II, CADC-CAS,CADC I/II, CADC-CS, LAADC (CCAPP); CATC (ACCBC/CAADE); CAODC (CADTP).
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