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Prescription Opioid Drugs: Risks & Signs of Opioid Abuse
Anxiety: Behavioral and Cognitive Strategies for Treating Anxiety - 10 CEUs

CE Post-Test
Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs

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  2. Select correct answer from below. Place letter in the box before the corresponding question. Click for Psychologist Posttest.
  3. After completing and scoring the Test below a Certificate granting 1 continuing education credit(s) for this Course is issued to you on-line.

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Questions:
1. What are the five priorities for addressing the opioid crisis?
2. What are three medications that also increase the likelihood that a person will remain in Treatment, which itself is associated with a lower risk of overdose mortality, reduced risk of HIV and HCV transmission, reduced criminal justice involvement, and greater likelihood of employment?
3. Methadone diversion is primarily associated with Methadone prescribed to treat pain and not treat opioid use disorders. What are the three requirements in Opioid treatment programs?
4. What are the two things associated with Methadone and buprenorphine treatment?
5. What are the three potential risks involved with long-term opioid Treatment?
6. What are the five steps patients can take to ensure that they use prescription medications appropriately?

Answers:
A. Methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone.
B. Improving access to treatment and recovery services; promoting the use of overdose-reversing drugs; strengthening our understanding of the epidemic through better public health surveillance; providing support for cutting-edge research on pain and addiction; and advancing better practices for pain management.
C. Lower HCV infection rates in young adults who inject drugs and reduced injection drug use risk behaviors.
D.  To maintain and implement a diversion control plan;
they typically need patients to come in daily to receive their
medication and strictly monitor take-home doses.
E. Following the directions as explained on the label or by the pharmacist; being aware of potential interactions with other drugs as well as alcohol; never stopping or changing a dosing regimen without first discussing it with the doctor; never using another person’s prescription and never giving their prescription medications to others; and storing prescription stimulants, sedatives, and opioids safely.
F. The development of drug tolerance, hyperalgesia, and addiction, presents doctors with a dilemma, as there is limited research on alternative treatments for chronic pain.

 


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