Improving care for patients with substance use disorders
Sponsored by California Academy of Family Physicians and CAFP Foundation
The overall goal of this collaborative is to improve education, outreach and treatment for patients with substance use disorder disease, including stimulants and opioids, with a focus on medication assisted treatment options. We will enhance training for resident and faculty physicians while encouraging creative and innovative approaches to meet program and community needs. Projects will identify methods to improve or advance the standard of care for patients, demonstrate how best to implement those methods, and evaluate the outcomes of these efforts. We will reach Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, ObGyn and Psychiatry residencies.
Our grantees’ projects will:
Our expectation is that residency program applicants have an identified need(s), a methodology to both implement the action plan and measure the project’s impact, and a timeline for spread and plan for sustainability. Collaboration and communication with other stakeholders, including community members, is also encouraged and should be outlined in the proposal.
Our 16 residency programs will work for a little over a year on their projects and during that time will also work as a collaborative – meeting to share resources, wins, challenges and results. They will participate in face-to-face meetings, webinars and check-in calls, and will present a final report in July 2022.
More than 10 Activities in Homeroom including:
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|Carol Havens, MD, FAAFP, FASAM, EAP Chair||Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine Chair, CAFP’s Committee on Continuing Professional Development|
|Thomas C. Bent, MD, FAAFP||Family Medicine, CAFP Foundation Board of Trustees|
|Toni Brayer, MD||Internal Medicine, Large systems|
|Condessa Curley, MD, MPH, FAAFP||Family Medicine, Public Health|
|Tipu V. Khan, MD, FAAFP, FASAM||Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine with emphasis in Obstetrics|
|Keith Loring, MD||Emergency Medicine and Addiction Medicine|
|Aimee Moulin, MD||Emergency Medicine and Addiction Medicine|
|Heyman Oo, MD||Pediatrics|
|Michael Potter, MD, FAAFP||Family Medicine, Practice based research|
|Lee Ralph, MD||Family Medicine and Sports Medicine|
|Melanie Thompson, DO||Family Medicine|
|David Tran, MD, MPH||Family Medicine and Palliative-Hospice Medicine|
|Staff and Consultants|
|Jerri L. Davis, CHCP||CAFP VP of Education|
|Pamela Mann, MPH||CAFP Foundation Executive Director|
|Mary Ales, MBA, FACEHP||Mosaica Solutions|
|Shelly Rodrigues, CAE||Mosaica Solutions|
|Pam Kittleson, RPh||IPMA, Director of Quality|
|Debra Levinthal, DPM||IPMA Executive Director|
|Heidi Ness||IPMA Director of Education and Accreditation|
|Cheri Olson, MD||IPMA Medical Director|
This website will be continually updated with information to assist these and other residency programs that strive to make improvements in order to better serve their patients with SUD. Please check back as we post education, tools and resources on this website throughout the collaboration.
If you have questions, please direct them in writing to Jerri Davis, email@example.com.