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The UNC SON ECHO for MOUD (Medications for Opioid Use Disorder) focuses on addiction & substance use disorders, behavioral health integration, and collaboration among peers for Medication for Opioid Use Disorder. It is ideally suited for clinicians and student clinicians interested in learning more about these topics and provides a forum for learning, discussion, and collegial support.

This ECHO is an initiative to improve the health of North Carolinians by identifying and overcoming barriers to medical providers and incorporating evidence-based treatment for opioid use disorder into their practice. The project partners with diverse groups of primary and specialty care practices to help them build the internal expertise and capacity to provide office-based medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD).

To receive an invitation to ECHO, register for the ECHO for MOUD Listserv. The Listserv is used solely to send ECHO invitations and updates. 

UNC SON ECHO for MOUD occurs the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month from 12-1:20pm

Meeting Zoom Link:

Upcoming Dates and Topics:

1/12/2024 SBIRT: Overview of Screening Tools
1/26/2024 SBIRT: Review of Brief Interventions
2/9/2024 SBIRT: Brief Interventions in Substance Use
2/23/2024 SBIRT: Brief Intervention – Motivational Interviewing
3/8/2024 Toxicology Testing in the Outpatient Setting
3/22/2024 Urine Drug Screen Interpretation
4/12/2024 Cancelled for 2024 Behavioral Health Integration Scholar Symposium
4/26/2024 Cancelled for MAHEC Training (Session 1)
5/10/2024 Cancelled for MAHEC Training (Session 2)
5/24/2024 Cancelled for MAHEC Training (Session 3)

*Spring 2024 schedule is tentative and subject to change.

Fall 2023:

8/25/2023 What You Need to Know About Delta-8-THC
9/8/2023 Diagnosing Alcohol Use Disorder in Primary Care
9/22/2023 Substance Use Disorders and the Older Adult
10/13/2023 Cancelled for Addiction Medicine Conference
10/27/2023 Treating Alcohol Use Disorder in Primary Care
11/10/2023 What You Should Know About Xylazine
11/24/2023 Cancelled for Thanksgiving Holiday
12/8/2023 Managing Opioid Withdrawal

Spring 2023:

Fall 2022:

8/26/2022 Case Study Discussion (no recording)
9/9/2022  Preventing and De-escalating Anger in the Clinical Setting
9/23/2022  Stigma, Discrimination and Substance Use Disorders
10/14/2022  Fentanyl Update – (journal article referenced)
10/28/2022 Radical Remission
11/11/2022 Cannabis Update
12/9/2022  Diagnosing and Treating Tobacco Use Disorder
Register for ECHO for MOUD listserv