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DRUG DIVERSION: Causes, Risks, and What You Need to Know!
Dates: Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Webinar time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM Central Daylight Savings Time
1.0 CE for CEU credit for both nurses (AANAC) and administrators (NCERS/NAB)
Covid-19, personal choices, and worker burnout have converged on the health care community in the perfect storm, all contributing to the record numbers of Americans addicted to opioids and other controlled substances. The prevalence and availability of all types of opioids, both legally by prescription and illegal street versions, have continued to fuel the growing numbers of those becoming afflicted with a substance abuse disorder.
As expected, the risks for drug diversion and theft, have become even more commonplace in healthcare organizations and pharmacies. Diversion of controlled substances in facilities is a real threat to the health and well-being of the residents we care for and the professional staff who care for them.
Join us for this important Webinar
DO YOU KNOW…
- the critical statistics about the national Opioid Crisis and the government’s response?
- how to educate health care workers on substance abuse disorder?
- how to address performance concerns and risks associated with the handling of Controlled Drugs?
- the newest regulations and who is responsible for the links in the chain of custody?
- where to find the resources to help provide policies and education?
Please join Rob Accetta, RPh, BCGP, C-MTM – President of RivercareRX. As he shares his expertise with us regarding ways to avoid drug diversion in your community.
Please share this invitation to other nurses or key department heads that would benefit from acquiring advanced infection control skills.
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