5 evidence-based steps to end the overdose epidemic
Shame and stigma won’t save lives. Learn with the AMA about what effective policy looks like.
AMA Substance Use and Pain Care Task Force recommendations
Learn more about the AMA Substance Use and Pain Care Task Force's recommendations to help physicians to take action on evidence-based interventions.
New AMA Substance Use & Pain Care Task Force urges action to help patients
Substance Use and Pain Care Task Force recommendations aim to promote evidence-based policy to help end the drug-related overdose and death epidemic.
Free course offers training in prescribing buprenorphine for OUD
Buprenorphine’s an effective tool to help end the drug-overdose epidemic. New online module trains physicians and medical students in how to use it.
DEA gives OK for drug treatment on the go with mobile units
Learn how a new federal rule, endorsed by the AMA, will expand access to evidence-based methadone treatment in rural and underserved areas.
What every U.S. employer can do to help end the overdose epidemic
The nation saw a record-high tally of drug-overdose deaths during the pandemic. Employers play a vital role in prevention. Learn more with the AMA.
July 16, 2021: State Advocacy Update
Rhode Island is first state in nation to support pilot harm reduction center and more in the latest State Advocacy Update.
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