Effective communication between patient and provider is critical when initiating opioid therapy. Often providers will need to adjust prescribing practices and motivate patients to stay committed to the changes.
During this COCA Call, clinicians will learn how to apply principles of motivational interviewing and a six-step process that is patient-centered and supports clinical judgment when conflict arises. Presenters will review two case studies in which they will apply communication strategies, and provide examples of patient-provider dialogue.
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Time: 2:00–3:00 pm (Eastern Time)
Join by Phone:
800-779-0686 (U.S. Callers)
312-470-0194 (International Callers)
The recordings (audio, slides, and transcript) for this call will be posted on the webpage a few days after the COCA Call.
Follow these steps to earn free continuing education.
- Outline key talking points to communicate to a patient who has been prescribed opioid therapy.
- Provide practical strategies to help motivate a patient’s commitment to opioid therapy adjustment.
- Apply a patient-centered, six-step process to minimize conflict when communicating opioid dosing recommendations.
Deborah Dowell, MD, MPH
Senior Medical Advisor
Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention
National Center for Injury Control and Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
David J. Tauben, MD, FACP
Chief, Division of Pain Medicine
Hughes M & Katherine G. Blake Endowed Professor
Departments of Medicine and Anesthesia & Pain Medicine
University of Washington
Joseph O. Merrill MD, MPH
Department of Medicine
University of Washington
Harborview Medical Center
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