Dreamland Book Club | Session 2
Date Recorded: 7/24/2019
Last Day to Register: 7/24/2020
Instructional Hours: 1.00
Online Evaluation: Available 7/24/20198/7/2020
Pre-Test?No
Post-Test?No
*For on-demand programs with a post test, you must score 75% or higher and complete the online evaluation before the evaluation close date to receive credit.
Disclosure Statement: SC AHEC has received federal funds from HRSA (Grant #U77HP03019) to assist in the development and implementation of the AHEC Scholars program.
Description: This webinar is part 2 of 3 facilitated discussions surrounding the book "Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic." Prior to the webinar, participants should read Parts II & III (pages 187-300) and identify passages/concepts that they would like to discuss from the book. Participants do not have to attend previous book club sessions in order to participate in this webinar.
Handouts: No handouts are currently available.

Accreditations and Pricing

AccreditationsConsortium MembersAll Others 
All other participants $0.00 $0.00
Area Health Education ConsortiumThis program provides 0.1 CEUs by SC AHEC and meets South Carolina AHEC Best Practice Standards.
AHEC Scholars $0.00 $0.00
Area Health Education Consortium StudentParticipation recognition only: This 1 hour(s) program is presented by SC AHEC.
Health Professions Student $0.00 $0.00
Area Health Education Consortium StudentParticipation recognition only: This 1 hour(s) program is presented by SC AHEC.
Residents (MD/DO, DMD, PharmD)  $0.00 $0.00
Area Health Education ConsortiumParticipation recognition only: This 1 hour(s) program is presented by SC AHEC.

Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
identify the social determinants of health related to addiction
summarize the role medical practitioners played in the current opiate epidemic
explain the relationship between oxycodone and black tar heroin
assess how propaganda and publicity can influence opinion about oxycodone
identify political strategies used to address the opiate epidemic in the United States
analyze how cultural norms can impact patient and population health
demonstrate patient and family centered communication skills for substance use disorders

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