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Methadone Maintenance - Why It’s Still Viable

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Methadone Maintenance - Why It’s Still Viable September 21, 2021 This presentation’s focus is on the origins of Methadone usage in opioid recovery, it’s current usages in Recovery, the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on Methadone Maintenance and it’s viability in the future landscape of Opioid recovery programs. Learner Objectives: Explain the actions of Methadone. Describe Methadone Maintenance. Discuss Methadone Maintenance Therapy. Appraise the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Methadone treatments. Discuss the future of Methadone Maintenance-is it still viable? Presenter Bio: Irene has over 10 + years working in mental and addiction nursing. She currently works at a SUD program in New York which offers both in pt and opt tx She received her Bachelor of Science, Health Services, Policy & Planning from New York University in May 2001 In 2011 Irene graduated from LaGuardia Community College as a Licensed Practical Nurse and received her certificate as a Practical Nurse Irene is founder and President of the Black Nurse consortium In 2019-2020 Irene served as the NY State Director of the for the Association of LPN’s In 2016 Irene served the NCSBN as a volunteer as a course reviewer for the LPN examine ( If this correct ?) In her Free time Irene is a volunteer in the Medical Reserve Corp in NYC to assist in times of external and medical disaster for public events that call for the need of medical assistance Irene is the First LPN to be a Charter Member of ASAN And lastly was awarded the 2016 LPN of The Year by the National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses (NALPN). Nursing CE This presentation is not eligible for Nursing CE.
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