A New Best Practice for Controlled Substance in EMS

  • Date:

    This event was recorded Feb. 20, 2020 and is now available for on demand viewing.

  • Duration:

    Approximately one hour.
  • CEU:

    A certificate of attendance will be offered.
  • Presented by:

    Neal Richmond, M.D., FACEP, Director of EMS Research, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Buck Gleason, Clinical Quality Manager, MedStar Mobile Integrated Healthcare System
  • Register for the Webcast: A New Best Practice for Controlled Substance in EMS

Many of us are aware of the opioid epidemic in our communities, but how often do we focus on how controlled substances are used by our own EMS providers and other public safety personnel? While some of us our systems have implemented programs for employee wellness and suicide prevention, do we really understand the potential we have for fostering addictive behavior and substance use in our own work environments? This webcast will explore innovative solutions for controlled substances monitoring and tracking, and how our systems can move from tracking vials and what’s in them, to what actually happens once those substances leave the vials. 

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by TargetSolutions.

TargetSolutions

Presented by:

Neal Richmond, M.D., FACEP

Director of EMS Research, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Gleason

Presented by:

Buck Gleason

Clinical Quality Manager, MedStar Mobile Integrated Healthcare System