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NYSDOH Commissioner’s Medical Grand Rounds: Caring for Patients in Today’s Opioid Landscape
November 17, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
NYSDOH Commissioner’s Medical Grand Rounds
Caring for Patients in Today’s Opioid Landscape
Date: Thursday, November 17, 2022
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm ET
Mary T. Bassett, MD, MPH, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health
Mary P. Gallant, PhD, MPH, Interim Dean, University at Albany School of Public Health
Chinazo Cunningham, MD, Commissioner, New York Office of Addiction Services and Supports
Ayana Jordan, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, NYU Grossman School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Department of Population Health
Joanna Starrels, MD, MS, Professor of Medicine, Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center
Associate Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center
In 2021, overdose deaths in the United States reached a record high. At the same time, restrictions on prescription opioids strand many patients without adequate care. For policymakers and providers, ensuring quality patient care and reducing harm requires navigating an evolving landscape of restrictions and best practices. The New York State Department of Health Commissioner’s Grand Round will convene subject-matter experts to discuss New York State’s response to the opioid crisis and harm reduction strategies; the importance of using a health equity lens in the treatment of opioid use disorder (OUD); and guidance for treating chronic pain with opioids.
As a result of this educational activity, the learner will have increased and enhanced their knowledge and competence on equitably treating chronic pain and/or substance use disorder amidst the opioid landscape in New York State.
By the end of the webcast, viewers will be able to:
- Describe trends in overdose deaths in New York.
- Describe the epidemiology of opioid use disorder and other substance use disorders among Black people.
- Identify best practices for treating pain using opioids.
- Recognize the ways that pain treatment is inequitable.