Please note that this course is NOT part of the Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program.
In this new five-week course designed for physicians and other front-line clinicians, five self-directed, online modules explore the impact of alcohol problems and the use of common pharmacotherapies and psychosocial treatments for alcohol use disorder.
Module 1: Introduction to alcohol problems
Module 2: Screening, assessment and brief intervention
Module 3: Withdrawal management
Module 4: Pharmacotherapy for alcohol problems
Module 5: Psychosocial treatment approaches
This course is for health care practitioners and aims to enhance their knowledge and skills to more effectively identify, assess and treat clients with alcohol use problems. The course includes various instructional activities, such as case scenarios, interactive review questions and end-of-module quizzes.
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
Please note: This course requires you to use an internet browser, but the system does not support Microsoft Internet Explorer. Do not use that to access the course.
Instead, use one of the following:
· Apple Safari
· Google Chrome
· Microsoft Edge
· Mozilla Firefox
For more details, please read the browser and compatibility support page.
The continuing education event has been designated as a U of T Accredited event and awarded with the following credits:
Participants will receive a Letter of Completion at the end of the course.
The continuing education event has been designated as a U of T Accredited event.
Course start and end dates: February 22 - March 29, 2021
To register please select the link below:
Please review the cancellation policy
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