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Interventions to Address the Opioid Crisis: A Hospital Opioid Committee-Based Approach

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Description

Chinle Comprehensive Care Center is a critical access Indian Health Services (IHS) hospital on the Navajo reservation in northeastern Arizona. Like members of many other rural communities across the nation, the Navajo in this region have been hard hit by the opioid epidemic. The Chinle Opioid Committee is a multi-disciplinary committee whose job it has been to help cope locally with this epidemic.

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Activity Title: Interventions to Address the Opioid Crisis: A Hospital Opioid Committee-Based Approach
Contact: Sayumi DeSilva
Contact Email: sayumi.desilva@ihs.gov
Activity URL: N/A

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Details

Activity Detail Labels Activity Detail Data
MOC points: 20
Earns Patient Safety Credit: No
Fee: No
Registration:* Limited
Special(ties):
  • Internal Medicine

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