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ADM Fellow Toolkit

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In collaboration with The Addiction Medicine Foundation, NIDAMED has created this page as a toolkit of information, resources, and trainings sourced from the NIDAMED website. Designed as an introduction for new ADM fellows before entering their fellowship programs, these resources can help prepare fellows on their journey to becoming ADM-certified. 

Explore

Read up on the following topics, all accessible via the NIDAMED home page:

  • Addiction Science
  • Screening Tools
  • Opioid Information & Opioid Prescribing
  • Pain Management
  • Substance Use Treatment

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Bookmark

Review now, and bookmark these pages for later use in your practice:

Learn

NIDAMED offers CMEs  on topics including:

  • General Unhealthy Substance Use
  • Opioids (General)
  • Opioid Overdose
  • Opioid Rx & Pain
  • Adolescent-focused 

The NIDAMED curriculum resources double as valuable educational tools for practicing clinicians, featuring topics on general substance use, adolescent substance use, Rx medication misuse, and more. From the Centers of Excellence in Pain Education, NIDAMED also offers Pain Education Interactive Modules.

Watch

The NIDAMED videos on this page offer expert insights on:

  • Treatment medications used with opioid-dependent pregnant women & the effects on their infants (Dr. Hendree Jones)
  • The importance of screening patients (Dr. Nora Volkow)
  • Patient-clinician simulated scenarios involving opioid prescribing/ pain
  • Patient thoughts for providers on recovery (featuring real patients)

See also, NIH Director Francis Collins on America’s opioid crisis.

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