Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (SUPAR) Seminar

Steamboat Springs, CO
Thursday, June 06, 2019
Thursday, June 6, 2019 - Colorado Northwest Community College


Time

Topic

Speaker

Location

11:30am

Registration/Lunch    

opening remarks

Moffatt
CNCC

12-1 

Working Together

Mike Flannery, CACIII, NCACII

1-2 

State & Federal Opportunities and Initiatives Impacting Northwest Colorado

Paula Belcher

2:15-3:15

Living with Loved Ones Who Use Substances / 
CRAFT

Heidi Berend, MA

3:30-4:30

Recovery in Family Practice

Elise Sullivan, MD

4:30 -5:15

Dinner / Visit Resource Table

5:15-6:15

Methamphetamine Survivor's Story / MAT for Amphetamine Users

Melinda McDowell, Survivor &
Nancy Beste, PA-C, CACII

6:30-7:30

Family Trauma  

Michael Barnes, PhD, MAC, LPC


Friday, June 7, 2019 - Colorado Mountain College

Time

Topic

Speaker

Location   

8-8:30am

Registration/Coffee

CMC Auditorium

8:30-9:30

More than just Numbers

Ken Davis, PA-C

Auditorium

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

9:45-10:45

Emergency Department View on Substance Use in the Community

Laila Powers, MD

Room #216

9:45-10:45

Heroin Survivor Story
From Policy to Practice:  Advanced Practice - MAT Program Development and Evaluation

Joshua Zamora, Survivor 
Tanya Sorrell, PhD, PMHNP-BC,
Mary Weber, PhD, PMHNP-BC, FAANP
Paul Cook, PhD

Room #209

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

11-12

Insights into Recovery

Carmen Iacino, MA, LAC  

#216

11-12

Speak Now:  Trusted Adult Conversations to Mitigate Substance Use

Jill Hunstad

#209

12

Lunch

12:15-1:15

Overview of Substance Use in Steamboat Springs

Cory Christensen

Auditorium

 

 Concurrent Sessions 

 

 

1:30-2:30

Addressing Addiction using EMDR Therapy

Caelen Cann, MA, LPC, LAC, ADS

#216

1:30-2:30

Integrated Care with Medication Assisted Treatment

Steve Wright, MD

#209

 

 Concurrent Sessions 

 

 

2:45-3:45

Emergency Department Substance Use Management

Jessie Sandhu, MD

#216

2:45-3:45

Identifying Patients at Need

Char Opper, MSN, RN, CAPA

#209

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

4-5

Screening for At Risk Behavior:  How to Use Your Staff and Motivational Interviewing 

Rosanne Iversen, MD

#216

4-5

Cannabis:  Breakin' Good or Breakin' Bad

Steve Wright, MD

#209

5-5:30

Sponsor Tables & Networking

6-8

Sponsored Dinner /
Presentation (Non-CME):  KALEO (EVZIO)


Saturday, June 8, 2019 - Colorado Mountain College

Time

Topic

Speaker

Location

8am

Registration / Continental Breakfast

CMC Auditorium

8:30-9:30

The Opioid Crisis:  Policy and Professional Responses

Rob Valuck, PhD  

Auditorium

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

9:45-10:45

Non-pharm and Non-opioid Pain Treatment

Jonathan Clapp, MD 

#216

9:45-10:45  

SUD Risk Reduction Strategies

Martin Krsak, MD

#209

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

11-12

It Takes a Village:  Increasing Treatment Engagement & Success for Multi-system Involved Individuals in Resort and Rural Areas of Colorado

Craig R. Thorn Hill, LPC, LAC

#216

11-12

HIV, HCV, PrEp Overview

Martin Krsak, MD

#209

12

Lunch  

Auditorium

12:15-1:15

Extraordinary Outcome:  Bridging the Gap Between Treatment and the Courts

Honorable Michael O'Hara, JD

Auditorium

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

1:30-2:30

Benzos:  Boon or Blunder?

Steve Wright, MD

#216

1:30-2:30

Women SUD / 
Trauma 1 of 3

Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention

#209

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

2:45-3:45

Motivational Interviewing for Health Behavior Change

Laurra Aagaard, MA, MS 

#216

2:45-3:45

Women SUD / 
Trauma 2 of 3

Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention

#209

 

 Concurrent Sessions

 

 

4-5

Medication Management in Opioid Recovery

Steve Wright, MD

#216

4-5 

Women SUD / 
Trauma 3 of 3 

Penny Dahlen, EdD, LPC,
Mita Johnson, EdD, NCC, LPC, MAC, SAP, ACN, 

#209

5-5:30

Sponsor Tables - Networking

6:30-8:30

Sponsored Dinner / DRUGSCAN Great Chemistry (Non-CME)
Hooked:  Anyone is Bait for Opioid Addiction

Mike Rominecki & Deb Motika Rex's American Bar & Grill


Sunday, June 9, 2019 - Colorado Mountain College

Time

Topic

Speaker

Location

9am-1pm 

Probuphine®(buprenorphine) Implant REMS training

TITAN Pharmaceuticals

#209

8am-5pm

DATA 2000 X-Waiver Training

IT MATTTRS 2
Ryan Jackman, MD

#216


Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
1. Explore risk factors for developing substance use disorders.
2. Recognize signs of substance use disorders (SUD).
3. Learn to communicate to motivate change.
4. Review detoxification & recovery options for alcohol, opioid, & amphetamine use disorders.
5. Define Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).
6. Navigate community resources for prevention & treatment of substance use disorders.
7. Explore women, trauma, & substance use disorders.



 

Contact Information

  • For Program Details:
    Mountain Medical Road to Recovery

    1rd2recovery@gmail.com
    970-761-2207

    For Continuing Nursing Education Details:
    University of Colorado
    College of Nursing
    Office of Continuing Education 
    NursingCE@ucdenver.edu
    303-724-6883

Payment Instructions

  • Preferred payment method is by credit card.

    If you need to pay by check, your registration will not be confirmed until your check is received in our office. Checks must be received by: 
    May 17, 2019

    Make check payable to: 
    Regents of the University of Colorado
    Please indicate your name and the event name on your check.

    Remit payment to:  
    University of Colorado
    College of Nursing, Mail Stop C288-11
    Attn:  Ann Froese-Fretz
    13120 East 19th Ave.
    Aurora, CO 80045