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Want more information about opioid use disorder? Watch our recorded sessions with CE Credit!

KY-OPEN hosted 126 live sessions. Many of these sessions are available for continuing education credit that address various aspects of treating opioid use disorder. Each session can be completed for 1-1.5 hours of continuing education credit. Pre-approved credits are available for licensed physicians, physician assistants, nurses, social workers, and pharmacists.  Other professionals may view videos and select “AMA PRA Category 1” for “non-specific professional credit” that they may submit to their own accreditation bodies.  

KY-OPEN sessions are also available for HB-1 credit and meet criteria for the MATE Act 8 hour training requirement for those with controlled substances DEA licenses.

Sessions will continue to added to our CECentral webpage throughout 2024. To access, go to Recordings with CE Credit (https://www.cecentral.com/kyopen).

In addition to the modules available for continuing education credit, other sessions not yet available through for CE credit are available through our KY-OPEN YouTube page. To access these recordings, go to YouTube Recordings.

Below you can also watch an example KY-OPEN session, "Substance Use Disorder: Langauge and Stigma" with Dr. Devin Oller. 

Overview of Substance Use Disorder: Language and Stigma

Devin Oller, MD provides a history of stigma with other chronic diseases in the medical field. After, he explains Substance Use Disorder (SUD) as a chronic disease and addresses how it is stigmatized today. Lastly, he provides examples of person-first language, ways to address stigma, and other strategies for fixing the way we talk about SUD.

After this session participants will be able to:

  • Identify language that can be used intentionally or unintentionally to perpetuate stigma
  • Explain the importance of using medically appropriate language for substance use disorder
  • Use effective terminology when discussing substance use disorder