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Some of these are rather large so please be patient.

 

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 Download Power Point Viewer if you do not currently have Powerpoint installed.

2.        Click on the presentation you wish to print.

3.        A window will appear, choose OPEN.

4.        Click FILE.

5.        Choose PRINT.

6.        In the lower left corner of the print window, change ‘slides’ to HANDOUTS.

7.        Just below that, choose GRAYSCALE.

8.        On the lower right corner of the print window, choose number of slides per page - 3.

9.        Click OK.

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Some of these files are rather large.  Please be patient while they open or download.

Friday January 23rd

Overview of the Biopsychosocial Model of the Disease of Addiction - Burns M. Brady, MD, FASAM

Detox - Then What? - Greg Jones, MD (Updated 1-23-09)

Changes in Addiction Treatment – The Good, Bad and the Indifferent – Paul Earley, MD, FASAM (Updated 1-23-09)

Depression and Addiction Treatment: Fingers of the Hand - Omar Manejwala, MD

PTSD: The Next Level - Phil Herndon, MA

Relapse Prevention and Monitoring Brian Fingerson, RPh

Spaghetti Junction: The Intersections of Anger Management, AOD Abuse & Domestic Violence - Matthew Veroff, LCSW CANCELLED due to illness

Eating Disorders: The MOTHER of All Addiction - Tennie McCarty, LCDC, ADC III, CEDC

 

Saturday January 24th

The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous Burns M. Brady, MD, FASAM (Updated 1-24-09)

Substance Abuse And The Elderly- Patrick Murphy, MD

Family Interactions - Margaret Jarvis, MD (Updated 1-19-09 at 8:30pm)

Here's How It Works :- Quinn Chipley, MA, MD

Opioids and Chronic Benign Pain: A Different Perspective - William Witt, MD

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: An Invisible Disability - Donna Wiesenhahn, M.ED and Laura Nagle, BA