Objectives: At the conclusion of the MICIS learning session, the learner will have the ability to: 1. Appropriately recognize, diagnose and language opioid use disorder (OUD) 2. Compare pharmacologic treatments used in Medication Assisted Recovery (MAR) 3. Develop a strategy for treating acute pain for patients with OUD 4. Constantly consider harm reduction
Speaker: Elisabeth Fowlie Mock, MD, MPH, FAAFP Elisabeth is a Family Physician living in Holden, ME, and practicing part-time as an Adult Hospitalist (or “Nocturnist”) at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. She does consulting work and teaches for the Maine Medical Association’s Academic Detailing Program, MICIS. She attended Colby College and Emory University and received her MD from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. After a residency in rural Family Medicine, she received her MPH in Health Policy and Administration from UNC-Chapel Hill. She is a Past President of the Maine Academy of Family Physicians and an Alternate Delegate to the American Academy of Family Physicians. Elisabeth very recently took her addiction medicine boards.