Continuing Education

Patient-Centered Prescription Opioid Reduction: A Toolkit for Psychologists (Archived)

Beth Darnall, PhD

Psychologists play a critical role in helping patients with chronic pain achieve their goals for opioid reduction. Dr. Beth Darnall will review results from opioid tapering scientific studies, iatrogenic consequences of poor tapering practices, pitfalls to avoid, best clinical practices for patient safety, and tools and treatments that may support patient success. Clinical tip sheets and a resource list will accompany the webinar.

Year 2019
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $35.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Describe why nocebo is a critical therapeutic target in the context of opioid reduction, list two pitfalls associated with forced opioid tapering, and list two ways in which psychologists or psychology treatments can minimize nocebo related to opioid tapering.

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