Current News and Events
Update and discussion of D-HH initiatives to optimize care of patients with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder challenges
Program and Video Segment Guide
Dartmouth Hitchcock Substance Use and Mental Health Initiative Update, March 30, 2020 Topics
|0:00||Welcome and introductions||Will Torrey MD; Sally Kraft MD, MPH|
|NH Regional Context of D-H Initiatives||Seddon Savage MD, MS|
|D-H Behavioral Health Integration, Collaborative Care Model||Matthew Duncan, MD|
|D-H Opioid Addiction Treatment Collaborative||Charles Brackett, MD, MPH|
|34:55||D-H and the New Hampshire Doorway Program||Luke Archibald, MD|
|43:21||D-H Center for Addiction Recovery in Pregnancy & Parenting||Julia Frew MD; Daisy Goodman CMN, DNP, MPH|
|53:15||D-H Project ECHO Programming||Sally Kraft, MD, MPH|
|1:03:56||Drug Injection Surveillance & Care Enhancement for Rural Northern New England (DISCERNNE) Study||David DeGijsel MD, MSc, MPH; Aurora Drew PhD|
Motivational Interviewing Basics
February 24, 2020, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Presented by Ginger Ross, CRSW
Alice Peck Day Hospital, Dwinell Conference Room, Lebanon, NH
For more information, read the Motivating Interviewing Basics flyer (PDF).
Old Vices, New Devices: Vaping in 2020
February 13, 2020
Webinar presented by Susanne Tanski, MD, MPH
Part of the Northeast NIDA Node Science Series
For more information, visit the CTN-NE Webinar page.
Pain Management and Opioids: Balancing Risks and Benefits
December 13, 2019, 8:30 to 11:00 am
Registration begins at 8:30 am; program begins at 9:00 am
130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100, Concord, NH
For more information, read the Pain Management and Opioids: Balancing Risks and Benefits flyer (PDF).
Working with the Firearms Community to Prevent Suicide
December 11, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
This webinar will describe the intersection of firearm safety and suicide prevention and how public health and firearm advocates have worked together on this issue. We will focus on experiences in New Hampshire where the Gun Shop Project was originally developed and how it has been implemented in a growing number of places around the county.
For more information, visit the New England Public Health Training Center website.