Opioid Education

With the constantly evolving environment surrounding opioid prescription and monitoring, these training sessions are designed to give current information on providing naloxone in a legal, safe and effective way, as well as information on Kansas law related to naloxone; data on utilization, misuse, and abuse; and reiterate the differences between tolerance, dependence, addiction, and drug reinforcement. Also learn about CDC prescribing guidelines related to pain management.

Additional courses: Opioid Antagonist Dispensing from Statewide Protocol | Clinical Aspects of Opioid Prescribing and Dispensing

Data Regarding and Tools for Combating Opioid Misuse

KSBOP Course No. 18-077 | CPE credit hours: 0.5
Course Expiration Date: Feb. 25, 2021

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Links referenced in the video

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Tools and Best Practices

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K-TRACS - What It Is
To sign up, visit https://www.pharmacy.ks.gov/k-tracs-responsive/k-tracs-statewide-integration

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K-TRACS - Data
For forms and waivers, visit http://www.pharmacy.ks.gov/k-tracs

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K-TRACS Dos and Don'ts
If you have questions, contact PMPAdmin@ks.gov

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In Pharmacy Take Back Programs
To modify registration to allow for providing a controlled substance take-back program, visit http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov

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Ways to find a community or pharmacy drop-box location

  1. https://nabp.pharmacy/initiatives/awarxe/drug-disposal-locator/
  2. http://rxdrugdropbox.org/map-search/
  3. http://www.medreturn.com/medreturn-units/medreturn-locations/

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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

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More Information

  1. https://kansaspharmacyfoundation.org/educate/opioid-information-pharmacists.shtml
  2. https://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/opioids/index.html
  3. http://www.preventoverdoseks.org/