Online Learning

We have created a wide range of trusted continuing medical education, including training on buprenorphine, opioid addiction, obesity, substance abuse, and genetics. The interactive activities, based on evidence-based guidelines, feature case illustrations, full case scenarios, and practice tips.

A DEA waiver is required to prescribe buprenorphine. We provide certified training that allows doctors to safely prescribe this powerful drug.

Funded by Contract HHSN271200655304C and Grants R43DA012066, R44DA012066

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The Impact Obesity CME provides skills training for Primary Care Providers on the topic of overweight and obesity prevention and treatment.

Funded by Grant R44DK091144

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Alcohol and tobacco addiction can be stopped. Prescription drug abuse is preventable. Get the clinical skills training you need to help.

Funded by Contract HHSN271200900036C

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Archived Content

Ending Suicide:

Our goal is to educate health and secondary education professionals about suicide. [Last Updated: 2010]

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Our goal is to educate health professionals about genetic testing and counseling. [Last Updated: 2004]

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  • This has been a very interesting and helpful program that I would highly recommend to anyone, not just those considering treating addiction or pain.
    Derrick Mullin
    (Pain Management)
  • This was an outstanding training course for suboxone training! The learning experience was excellent and I would recommend this course to all NP's and PA's.
    Andrew Catalone (Psychiatry/Adult Health NP)
    Opioid Risk
  • Excellent way to increase your knowledge and understanding of opioid therapy.
    Timothy Morrill
    (Adult Medicine)
  • This training was very thorough and covered way more than I expected. I am new to Addiction Medicine, but have been practicing in Pain Management for six years and I admit I learned a fair amount from the opiate prescribing section.
    Brant Turner
    (Pain Management/Addiction Medicine)