This seminar marks the launch of a consultation process funded by the Drug Deaths Task Force (DDTF), Scottish Government and Corra Foundation on best practice approaches on delivering Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorder via Telehealth.
This webinar describes how telephone, mHealth (text-messaging and apps), and computer-based interventions are used in the treatment of methamphetamine use. Key elements of the webinar include
The Medici Final Conference showcases work on digital inclusion at the grassroots level. It will present case studies of good practices that directly tackle digital exclusion across the 27 EU member states and the UK. It will present the projects’ main results and will also explore prospects for the sustainability of the MEDICI platform in the future.
On December 9th and 10th, 2020, international colleagues from across the healthcare community will gather to attend an online conference on virtual solutions for substance use care.
At the forefront of a pandemic: COVID-19 through the eyes of psychotherapist at a drug treatment facility
The COVID-19 pandemic proved that a lot of medicine can be delivered virtually. A lot of sentiments were corrected and a lot of anxieties were proven wrong. Online resources can help to build capacity and provide better access to patients who need care and can’t get it.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many practitioners to shift their practice online, using telemedicine to treat Opioid Use Disorder. This has allowed for the continuity of essential care whilst adhering to the social distancing guidelines, which protect people from the spread of infection.
Supporting Access to Telehealth for Addiction Services: Regulatory Overview and General Practice Considerations