Addiction Medicine 2014 Conference

Please join us in Asheville on March 21 & 22 for Addiction Medicine 2014, the state’s 5th annual regional conference on addiction.

Once again, national and regionally recognized speakers will provide updates for a year of anticipated changes and ongoing challenges. Plenaries will focus on practical clinical updates such as rational opioid and benzodiazepines prescribing, guideline-driven care for common medical and psychiatric co-morbidities, and updates on new medications and new drugs of abuse. A variety of seminars will also allow participants to address other issues in addictions, including basic counseling skills, drug screening, managing chronic pain and psychiatric co-morbidities and issues related to pregnancy.

All of this, plus opportunities for person to person networking in a beautiful springtime mountain setting!

 

Our 2014 Planning Committee Members:  2014 Planning Committee Members

Event Co-Directors

Sara McEwen, MD, MPH
Conference Co-Director
Executive Director, Governor’s Institute

Jim Finch, MD
Conference Co-Director
Director of Physician Education, Governor’s Institute
Past President, NCSAM
Medical Director, Changes by Choice – Durham, NC

Conference Coordinator

Chloe R. Morgan
Governor’s Institute

Addiction Medicine Update

Please join us for an NCSAM sponsored networking reception next door at the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Visitor Center from 6-7pm on Friday, March 21.

The Visitor Center is located adjacent to the Old Kentucky Home at 52 N. Market St.

This is a free reception. There will be light snacks and refreshments provided, along with the opportunity to meet NCSAM members and other conference attendees.

Please RSVP to Devon Scott at devon.scott@governorsinstitute.org or 919-256-7411.

Additional Conference Support from:

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Sponsors

A project of the Governor's Institute on Substance Abuse. Funded in part by the federal Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Fund
(CFDA #93.959) as a project of the NC Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities & Substance Abuse Services.

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