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AZArizona

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

AKArkansas

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

CACalifornia

End-of-Life Care

  • WE-163 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice

Geriatrics

  • MO-84 Stop the Belly-Aching: Pearls and Pitfalls in the Care of Older Adults with Abdominal Pain
  • TU-96 Pandora’s Pill Box: Polypharmacy in the Elderly Patient
  • TU-161 Brittle and Broken: Geriatric Trauma Practical Pearls
  • WE-202 Demented, Delirious, or Depressed? Not You, Your Patient!
  • TH-355 High-Risk Procedural Sedation
  • TH-365 Tech Heads: Caring for the Hole Patient

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

CTConnecticut

Behavioral Health

  • TU-119 FAST FACTS: Psych - All the Voices You NEED to Hear
  • WE-238 New Guidelines in the Treatment of Agitation
  • WE-262 Dealing With Psychiatric Boarders
  • WE-273 This Boarding is Crazy: What to Do With Mental Health Boarders in Your Department
  • TH-332 Medical Causes of Psychiatric Illnessest

Cultural Competency

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do
  • TU-160 Bridging the Cultural Gap: Developing Cultural Competency
  • WE-265 Emergency Care for Transgender Patients
  • TH-342 Overcoming Cognitive Blind Spots to Improve Outcomes
  • TH-349 South of the Border: The Unique Challenges and Opportunities of EM in Mexico

Domestic Violence

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do

HIV/AIDS

  • MO-81 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED

Risk Management

  • MO-40 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-59 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • MO-60 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-91 Workplace Violence Against Emergency Healthcare Providers
  • TU-95 Black Box Drugs We Use – What’s the Risk?
  • TU-99 Chart Beyond the Note: The Cost of Cutting, Pasting, and Addending
  • TU-129 ACEP Connect: Law Without OrdER - Three Court Decisions Impacting ED Patient Care
  • TU-140 High-Risk Actions You Do by Taking the Easy Road
  • TU-155 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-231 Can I Get a Witness? Tricks and Tips for Being an Effective Witness
  • TH-357 Social Media: Collaboration or Litigation?
  • TH-366 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology

Sexual Assault

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do
  • WE-225 Human Trafficking: What You Can Do to Help

DCDistrict of Columbia

HIV/AIDS

  • MO-81 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED

FLFlorida

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

Domestic Violence

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do

Ethics

  • TU-148 Today's System Based Adverse Event Review: Expert Tips for Improving Safety

HIV/AIDS

  • MO-81 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED

Error Prevention

  • MO-2 Aortic Dissection: Are You Missing the Diagnosis?
  • MO-5 Don’t Blink: Plain Film Diagnoses You Cannot Afford to Miss
  • MO-36 Been There, but Hope to Never Do That Again: Averting Common Airway Errors
  • MO-80 Five Can't Miss Oncologic Emergencies
  • MO-85 ACEP Connect: Breathe Easy - Airway Cases Managed by Experts
  • TU-148 Today's System Based Adverse Event Review: Expert Tips for Improving Safety
  • WE-240 Ten Fatal Imaging Myths That Should Change Your Practice
  • WE-242 Difficult Airway Cases Workshop: Staying Out of Hot Water
  • WE-252 Lies Your Mother Told You: Selected PEM Topics
  • WE-256 Master Clinician Workshop: High Yield MSK Exam and Frx/Dislocation Reduction
  • WE-272 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-286 Master Clinician Series: The Rapid, High-Yield Ortho Exam in the ED
  • WE-302 Mistakes You Do Not Want to Make in Pediatric Patients
  • TH-318 The Death Rash: Lethal Rashes You Can’t Miss
  • TH-336 Airway Checklist: Are You Ready
  • TH-363 Orthopedic Pearls and Pitfalls

GAGeorgia

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

IAIowa

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

Abuse

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do
  • WE-225 Human Trafficking: What You Can Do to Help
  • WE-275 Subtle Signs of Abuse: It's Not All About Bruises
  • TH-341 Life-Threatening Radiographic Emergencies in Pediatric Patients

End-of-Life Care

  • WE-163 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice

KYKentucky

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

Domestic Violence

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do

MAMassachusetts

Electronic Health Records

  • MO-50 Utilization of Business Intelligence Software for Emergency Department Operations Optimization
  • MO-64 So You’re an Outlier - Now What? Social Norm Feedback and the Emergency Physician
  • MO-72 Innovative Strategies to Optimize ED Flow
  • TU-99 Chart Beyond the Note: The Cost of Cutting, Pasting, and Addending
  • WE-258 An EM Doc's Guide to Screencasting

End-of-Life Care

  • WE-163 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

Abuse

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do
  • WE-225 Human Trafficking: What You Can Do to Help
  • WE-275 Subtle Signs of Abuse: It's Not All About Bruises
  • TH-341 Life-Threatening Radiographic Emergencies in Pediatric Patients

Domestic Violence

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do

Risk Management

  • MO-40 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-59 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • MO-60 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-91 Workplace Violence Against Emergency Healthcare Providers
  • TU-95 Black Box Drugs We Use – What’s the Risk?
  • TU-99 Chart Beyond the Note: The Cost of Cutting, Pasting, and Addending
  • TU-129 ACEP Connect: Law Without OrdER - Three Court Decisions Impacting ED Patient Care
  • TU-140 High-Risk Actions You Do by Taking the Easy Road
  • TU-155 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-231 Can I Get a Witness? Tricks and Tips for Being an Effective Witness
  • TH-357 Social Media: Collaboration or Litigation?
  • TH-366 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology

Sexual Assault

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do
  • WE-225 Human Trafficking: What You Can Do to Help

MIMichigan

Ethics

  • TU-148 Today's System Based Adverse Event Review: Expert Tips for Improving Safety

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

NVNevada

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

Ethics

  • TU-148 Today's System Based Adverse Event Review: Expert Tips for Improving Safety
 

NJNew Jersey

End-of-Life Care

  • WE-163 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice

NYNew York

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

OKOklahoma

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis
 

OROregon

End-of-Life Care

  • WE-163 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole
 

PAPennsylvania

Abuse

  • MO-3 Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: What the Emergency Physician Can Do
  • WE-225 Human Trafficking: What You Can Do to Help
  • WE-275 Subtle Signs of Abuse: It's Not All About Bruises
  • TH-341 Life-Threatening Radiographic Emergencies in Pediatric Patients

Risk Management

  • MO-40 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-59 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • MO-60 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-91 Workplace Violence Against Emergency Healthcare Providers
  • TU-95 Black Box Drugs We Use – What’s the Risk?
  • TU-99 Chart Beyond the Note: The Cost of Cutting, Pasting, and Addending
  • TU-129 ACEP Connect: Law Without OrdER - Three Court Decisions Impacting ED Patient Care
  • TU-140 High-Risk Actions You Do by Taking the Easy Road
  • TU-155 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-231 Can I Get a Witness? Tricks and Tips for Being an Effective Witness
  • TH-357 Social Media: Collaboration or Litigation?
  • TH-366 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology

Patient Safety

  • MO-5 Don’t Blink: Plain Film Diagnoses You Cannot Afford to Miss
  • MO-36 Been There, but Hope to Never Do That Again: Averting Common Airway Errors
  • MO-85 ACEP Connect: Breathe Easy - Airway Cases Managed by Experts
  • TU-148 Today's System Based Adverse Event Review: Expert Tips for Improving Safety
  • TU-172 Paranoid to Paralyze: How to Safely Perform Awake Intubations
  • WE-240 Ten Fatal Imaging Myths That Should Change Your Practice
  • WE-242 Difficult Airway Cases Workshop: Staying Out of Hot Water
  • WE-256 Master Clinician Workshop: High Yield MSK Exam and Frx/Dislocation Reduction
  • WE-272 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-286 Master Clinician Series: The Rapid, High-Yield Ortho Exam in the ED
  • WE-302 Mistakes You Do Not Want to Make in Pediatric Patients
  • TH-318 The Death Rash: Lethal Rashes You Can’t Miss
  • TH-336 Airway Checklist: Are You Ready
  • TH-346 Avoiding Pediatric Airway Panic: Advanced Pediatric Airway Management
  • TH-360 How to Safely Discharge Patients With PE
  • TH-363 Orthopedic Pearls and Pitfalls

RIRhode Island

End-of-Life Care

  • WE-163 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice

Risk Management

  • MO-40 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-59 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • MO-60 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-91 Workplace Violence Against Emergency Healthcare Providers
  • TU-95 Black Box Drugs We Use – What’s the Risk?
  • TU-99 Chart Beyond the Note: The Cost of Cutting, Pasting, and Addending
  • TU-129 ACEP Connect: Law Without OrdER - Three Court Decisions Impacting ED Patient Care
  • TU-140 High-Risk Actions You Do by Taking the Easy Road
  • TU-155 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-231 Can I Get a Witness? Tricks and Tips for Being an Effective Witness
  • TH-357 Social Media: Collaboration or Litigation?
  • TH-366 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology

Ethics

  • TU-148 Today's System Based Adverse Event Review: Expert Tips for Improving Safety

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

SCSouth Carolina

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis
 

TNTennessee

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis
 

UTUtah

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis
 

VTVermont

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis

End-of-Life Care

  • WE-163 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice

Pain Management

  • MO-31 Managing Dental Emergencies Like a Pro
  • MO-34 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • MO-39 Alternatives to Opioids for Pain Management: Meds, Needles, and Your Hands
  • MO-79 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
  • TU-98 ACEP Connect: East and West Makes Best - Complementary Alternative Medicine Integration for ED Pain Management
  • TU-130 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-156 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • TU-198 Hurts So Good? Somatosensory Pain Syndromes: What Do We Know?
  • TU-200 Parachutes for Pain Management: Therapies that Work in the Post-Opiate Era
  • WE-214 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-259 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • WE-290 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab
  • TH-347 Medication Mayhem: Down the Hole

VAVirginia

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis
 

WVWest Virginia

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis
 

WIWisconsin

Controlled Substances

  • MO-20 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • WE-234 The Opioid Crisis: Becoming Un-Jaded
  • WE-285 FAST FACTS: Narcotics to Naloxone - Effective Emergency Medicine Responses to the Opioid Crisis
 

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