How to Effectively Manage Pregnant Moms with Substance Use Disorders in Your Practice
Saturday, March 17, 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Catholic Health, ARTC
Conference Room 1A
144 Genesee St.Buffalo, NY 14203
Registration starts at 7:00 a.m.
This event is for healthcare professionals and is not open to the general public.
Substance use during pregnancy confronts providers with issues regarding treatment and management, along with maternal and fetal complications. Whether Caused by use of alcohol, tobacco, illicit or prescription drugs, each case is different.
What should you look for? How do you develop a practice philosophy for your office to care for patients in need? How can you collaborate with your patient to create relapse prevention strategies?
Join Catholic Health for a practical approach discussion about this epidemic and its impact on moms, babies and your practice, and what you can do to help moms in need.
Bring your practice team. There will be interactive practice sessions on talking with patients that have substance use disorders as well as helpful videos.
Free admission. Free parking.
Complimentary continental breakfast and boxed lunch provided.
CME & CEU credits pending.
This program is made possible by a generous grant from The Peter and Elizabeth Tower Foundation.
Davina Moss-King, PhD, CRC, CASAC, NCC
Dr. Moss-King is the president and owner of Positive Direction and Associates, Inc., and has 25 + years of experience counseling individuals and training providers on substance use disorders.
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