Peer-to-Peer Learning Opportunities and Best Practices Sharing Across North America
Webinars will be hosted monthly from January-September.
All webinars will be recorded and available to view after each broadcast. The 2020 monthly webinar series will cover a broad range of topics that will support program implementation. We invite academic detailing program staff from diverse clinical interventions to join us.
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WEBINAR 10: "The Bigger Picture: AD as Part of a Community-Wide Intervention to Support Patient Care"
Academic detailing focuses on clinician engagement for behavior change, but what about patient needs that require an integrated response from the larger community? Sharing examples from successful programs, this session will explore the ways in which AD can support clinicians caring for patients with complex needs, with a focus on building relationships to connect resources across the larger community. NaRCAD encourages participant interactivity during this working session through ongoing discussion and problem solving.
GUEST SPEAKER: Gary Naja-Riese, MSW, MPH(c), Capacity Building & Innovation Initiatives Manager, Center for Learning and Innovation, Population Health Division, San Francisco Department of Public Health
Building on our previous webinar, “Strategic Data Collection and Tracking: Best Practices for Program Sustainability”, this webinar emphasizes the need to create a strong evaluation plan early in the program planning process. Covering planning basics, defining measurable outcomes, evaluating impact, and illustrating that impact to sustain your program, the NaRCAD team will incorporate participant needs and questions into an extended discussion.
This 60-minute interactive session is designed for new AD team members (detailers, program managers, and stakeholders) who are learning to build successful clinical outreach education campaigns. NaRCAD will provide a deep dive into technical assistance offerings including a virtual tour of programs, resources, and implementation tools.
There will be an extended Q&A session moderated by the NaRCAD team. With a focus on supporting opioid safety related programs that have yet to be implemented, new programs across all clinical topics are encouraged to participate.
This 75-minute introductory webinar is designed for new detailers, program managers, and stakeholders who are new to academic detailing to improve opioid safety. Working with participants to explore the current challenges facing overwhelmed front line clinicians, NaRCAD will provide an overview of what new programs need to consider when starting to build a program.
There will be an extended Q&A session moderated by the NaRCAD team. Attendees are encouraged to prepare questions on best practices and strategies to begin planning, staffing, and executing a successful program. New programs across all clinical topics are encouraged to join.
This 75-minute webinar featuring Dr. Don Teater and Dr. Nadejda Razi-Robertson is part of our 2020 Webinar Series and will explore varying forms of clinician stigma related to patients with opioid use disorder.
Guest speakers will explore the roots of bias, empowering detailers to facilitate complex conversations with clinicians, focusing on the evidence-based treatments that work for patients with opioid use disorder.
This 75-minute webinar will explore identifying and using relevant data sources to set measurable program goals. Featuring examples of data collection at both the detailer and program level, NaRCAD staff will share tools and resources that will prepare programs for the evaluation process.
This webinar will support AD programs in integrating an e-Detailing approach to foster sustainability. The webinar is designed for established programs who’ve already built rapport with clinicians in the field. New programs are encouraged to join to consider this approach after future field work is completed and relationships have been made. There will be an extended Q&A session to share needs, challenges, and resources across our community.
This 75-minute webinar will explore the foundation of the opioid crisis, diving into the history of acute and chronic pain management, prescribing patterns, and other factors that have contributed to the current crisis. Dr. Jim Shames will share evidence and best practices for opioid tapering, medication-assisted treatment, and other non-pharmacologic approaches to pain treatment. NaRCAD staff will moderate this session, incorporating academic detailing as a proven strategy to educate clinicians to provide safer pain management to their patients experiencing pain. GUEST SPEAKER: Jim Shames, MD,Medical Director and Health Officer, Jackson County Founding Member, Oregon Pain Guidance
This 75-minute webinar will explore the needs and perspectives of primary care clinicians, providing context for the importance of building a strong detailer-to-clinician relationship based on service, support and trust. The NaRCAD team will examine the real-world barriers to behavior change, encouraging detailers to focus on empathy, flexibility, and shared problem-solving to improve the likelihood of successful behavior change.
This interactive session will feature NaRCAD staff and guest speakers from successful opioid safety AD programs. We will explore best strategies for recruitment and retention of detailers using a team approach. Lessons learned can be applied across various program structures and clinical topics.
GUEST SPEAKERS: Emily Behar, PhD, MS, Deputy Director Center on Substance Use and Health, San Francisco Department of Public Health, California Initiative for Academic Detailing on Opioid Stewardship Todd Lee, PharmD, PhD, Professor and Head of Department Pharmacy Systems, Outcomes and Policy, College of Pharmacy, The University of Illinois at Chicago Rachel Lemons, Project Manager, ONE Tennessee, ONE Tennessee AD Program