This internet enduring program will be released on June 22-23, 2020 in the date and time format noted below. Some presenters will be available at those times for interactive, live chats. After June 22-23, all presentations will be available for on-demand viewing through December 31, 2020.

Individuals must complete an evaluation form for each presentation for which they want CEU/CME. Upon completion of an overall program evaluation, certificates will be issued. The program offers up to 29.25 hours of continuing education credits in most fields.
JUMP TO AGENDA FOR MONDAY, JUNE 22

MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2020

8:00am Welcome & Administration
Elizabeth F. Howell, MD
[CME Course Director, University of Utah Department of Psychiatry]
Keynote Address: Challenges in the Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Including Opioid-Related Overdose Deaths, Illicit Fentanyl, and the High Mortality Risk When Patients Stop or Replace Buprenorphine
Jeff N. Wilkins, MD, DFAPA, DFASAM
[Supported By The Opioid Response Network]
9:20am BREAK
9:30am ONLINE SESSION #1
Case Studies in the Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder
Jeff N. Wilkins, MD, DFAPA, DFASAM
[Supported By The Opioid Response Network]
ONLINE SESSION #2
Cops, Crisis Systems & Partnerships to Deal with Trends On Our Streets
Brian Redd
ONLINE SESSION #3
Moving Toward Evidence-Based Programs: Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorder in Utah
Samantha Ball, MPP, PhD; Alyssa Doom, MS; Jeannie Edens, BA; Lauren Prest, DO; Bryan Teuscher, LCSW
11:00am BREAK
11:15am ONLINE SESSION #1
The Current Rise in Meth Use by Persons with OUD & Case Discussions of Acute Stabilization & Abstinence Goal Treatment of Meth Use Disorder Using Contingency Management
Jeff N. Wilkins, MD, DFAPA, DFASAM
[Supported By The Opioid Response Network]
ONLINE SESSION #2
The Psychological Autopsy & Other Methods for Understanding Fatal Drug Overdose
Megan K. Broekemeier, MPH, CHES
[Eligible for 1.25 Suicide Prevention Credit]
ONLINE SESSION #3
Trifecta is the Judge: The Enigmatic Nexus Between Mental Health & the Law
Mark A. Augustine, BSW; Daniel Lancaster, LCSW; Kristina Swickard, MCJ; Angie Zuehlke, LCSW
12:30pm LUNCH BREAK
1:30pm ONLINE SESSION #1
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and Adult Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders: What I Have Learned by Spending 6 Months of My Life in Jail
Edward Redd, MD

ONLINE SESSION #2
The Young, New Face of Systemic Infections & Updates of Those Diseases & IV Drug Related Infections
Dean Mayer, MD
ONLINE SESSION #3
Addressing Opiate Addiction from the Inside Out
Todd R. Wilcox, MD, MBA, FACCP
3:00pm BREAK
3:15pm ONLINE SESSION #1
Real Life Lessons About Expanding Perinatal Addiction Services to Rural Areas
Marcela C. Smid, MD

ONLINE SESSION #2
Oral Health Tips for the Non-Dentist Provider to Enhance Treatment
Jeri Bullock, DDS
ONLINE SESSION #3
HIV-AIDS Updates Related to the Addiction World
Susana Keeshin
4:45pm END OF DAY ONE

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2020

8:00am Welcome Back!
Utah Department of Professional Licensing
Utah Division of Substance Abuse & Mental Health
Keynote Address: Addiction: It Isn't All A Brain Disease – Getting Back To Biopsychosocial
David Mee-Lee, MD
9:15am BREAK
9:30am ONLINE SESSION #1
ASAM Criteria & How It Drives State & Future Directions
David Mee-Lee, MD
ONLINE SESSION #2
Restoring Neurobiology After Trauma: Supporting Recovery
Susie Wiet, MD
ONLINE SESSION #3
Integrating Addiction & Primary Care Services
Jessica Arbogast, FNP; Erika Bunnel, BSN
11:00am BREAK
11:15am ONLINE SESSION #1
Motivating and Engaging Hard-To-Reach People into Accountable, Collaborative Treatment
David Mee-Lee, MD
ONLINE SESSION #2
The Colors of Treatment: Use & Implications of Psychedelics
Paul Thielking, MD
[Eligible for 0.25 Ethics Credit]
ONLINE SESSION #3
Population Medicine
Pete Weir, MD
12:30pm LUNCH BREAK
1:30pm ONLINE SESSION #1
The Risks & Benefits Of Sucking on a Battery in Your Free Time
Sean Callahan, MD

ONLINE SESSION #2
The Neurological Connection Between Brain Injury & Addiction
Brenden Borrowman, PhD; Wendel Smith, LMT, PhD
ONLINE SESSION #3
Comprehensive Oral Care Improves Outcomes in Patients with Chronic Substance Use Disorders
Bryan Trump, DDS
2:45pm BREAK
3:00pm ONLINE SESSION #1
New Ethical Dilemmas in the Age of Technology
Christina D. Boyd, LCSW, LCAC
[Supported By The Opioid Response Network]
[Eligible for 1.5 Ethics Credit]

ONLINE SESSION #2
Treating the Whole Human with Substance Use Disorder: Complementary & Lifestyle Medicine Therapies in Recovery
Amy De La Garza, MD
ONLINE SESSION #3
We’re All in this Together: Lessons from Coalition Building in Tooele County
Kevin L. Neff, CHES; Maren Wright Voss, ScD
4:30pm END OF DAY TWO