We are pleased to offer a free COPE-REMS CME course. Based at the University of Washington in Seattle, COPE-REMS is an engaging interactive program that used the latest technologies in video and online tools. We hope you will take advantage of it.
Only 25% of physicians feel very confident in managing patients on opioids.
When many of today's physicians were in medical school, they learned that opioids were safe, and no dose seemed too high. Now, evidence-based practice paints a far more nuanced picture. More than 200 million prescriptions a year have contributed to widespread problems:
- 33% of young adults say that prescription opioids are "easy to get," with many taking their friends' or parents' pills.
- Nearly 20% of U.S. veterans with PTSD are receiving higher-dose or multiple opioids, or early refills.
- Increased prescribing to women of childbearing age has contributed to a 4-fold increase in neonatal abstinence syndrome
Take the free COPE-REMS course
and gain more confidence when treating patients on opioid therapy.
Based at the University of Washington in Seattle, COPE-REMS is an engaging, interactive continuing education program that uses the latest technologies in video and online tools to train medical providers.
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Learn more at: www.COPEREMS.org