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Telehealth Learning and Discussion Series
FREE national online discussion and resource sharing opportunity for SUD treatment providers and recovery support providers 
CoE-PHI will be participating on the following dates:
3/31,    4/1,    4/7,    4/15,     4/29
The Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network, the Center for Excellence on Protected Health Information (CoE-PHI), and the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT) at the University of Nevada - Reno (UNR)  and the National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers are facilitating a FREE, national online discussion and resource sharing opportunity for substance use disorder (SUD) treatment providers and peer support specialists faced with transitioning their services to the use of telephone and videoconferencing methods in response to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. 
The series will feature:
  • Live, one-hour sessions every week for at least 5 weeks via Zoom video conferencing (we may add more weeks based on demand!).
  • Each session will include 45 minutes of peer-to-peer conversation and information exchange and "Top Five" tips and lessons learned.
  • Access to experienced providers and others with expertise in providing services using videoconferencing (telehealth) and telephone for SUD treatment and recover support
  • Access to professionals with expertise in protected health information and 42CFR Part 2
  • Training tools, checklists and other relevant resources
Who Should Attend
SUD treatment providers, including peer specialists, counselors, administrators, peer support officers, and others providing and/or interested in providing care to patients/peers via videoconferencing platforms (telehealth) and/or telephone.
No registration required for the live sessions. Simply click on the Zoom link at the appropriate date and time to join the discussion. No CEs will be provided for these sessions.
  • Weeks of March 30 through April 27. See the table below for specific dates and times for live sessions.
  • Join one, two, three … or all of the live sessions! Combine your live session attendance with review of the online resource page (coming soon). Customize the experience to meet your needs. No prerequisites or required attendance.
CoE-PHI will be participating on the following dates:
3/31,    4/1,    4/7,    4/15,     4/29
Have Questions? Please contact Michael Graziano at
DISCLAIMER: Information exchanged and views expressed during these virtual sessions reflect the professionals' conducting the session best understanding of the science or promising practices and should not be seen as directives. We encourage all participants to reflect on the context discussed during the learning series and to take that information to colleagues and/or supervisors for further discussion especially in the context of state rules or regulations. Professionals conducting these sessions will not make recommendations regarding specific video conferencing platforms or other technologies. In addition, content related to Privacy and Security and 42 CFR Part 2 presented during these sessions should not be construed as legal advice and participants are directed to discuss recommendations with their agency’s legal counsel. Finally, participants will be referred to SAMHSA resources that provide additional information regarding delivering services virtually.
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