This session will use didactic lecture, audience discussion, and case studies to provide learners with information about the intersection of pain and opioid use disorder (OUD), discuss screening and assessment tools, and discuss treatment approaches for managing these co-occurring disorders.
The Arc of the Opioid Epidemic and Adoption of Evidence-Based Practices
Kristen Huntley, PhD
Opioid Agonist Therapy for Pain and Opioid Use Disorder
William Becker, MD
Management of Bupenorphine Within the Perioperative Period
Jordan L. Newmark, MD
- Examine the complexity of diagnosing OUD in the setting of long-term opioid therapy for pain.
- Describe characteristics of appropriate treatment approaches for patients with pain and OUD.
- Examine the complexity of managing perioperative buprenorphine for acute pain.
- Describe the management differences between elective and urgent surgery, as well as implications for patients with either chronic pain or OUD.
- Multidisciplinary Care Model and Contemporary Strategies for Intrathecal Drug Delivery (203)
- Ketamine for Pain, Depression, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): What Do We Know? (206)
- Neuropathic Pain: Beyond Adjuvants and Opioids: A Look at New and Reemerging Treatments (207)
- Collecting Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs) to Enhance Your Practice and What the Collected Registry Data Tells Us So Far (210)
- Suicidality and Chronic Pain: Research/Risk Factors and Monitoring/Evaluation/Treatment in the Context of Opioid Tapering (211)