Addiction Medicine Rounds: Addressing the Impact of the Criminal Legal System on People with Substance Use Disorders - Ongoing Efforts of the SEICHE Center for Health and Justice
The Yale Program in Addiction Medicine is pleased to welcome Lisa Puglisi, MD, and Benjamin Howell, MD, MPH, MHS, as speakers for Addiction Medicine Rounds on December 8th, 2022.
This event will be held in a hybrid in-person and virtual format. The physical location of this session is listed on this event page. If attending virtually, click the Register button or the link provided to register and receive virtual attendance details.
Title: Addressing the Impact of the Criminal Legal System on People with Substance Use Disorder - Ongoing Efforts of the SEICHE Center for Health and Justice.
- Describe how an enhanced primary care clinic model (Transitions Clinic) for people released from corrections has the potential to improve opioid use disorder treatment outcomes.
- Examine the role that Medicaid policy has on post-jail and -prison release addiction treatment access.
- Identify areas for ongoing policy advocacy to diminish the negative impacts of criminal legal involvement on people with substance use disorders.
Addiction Medicine Rounds are CME accredited. Each session will be assigned 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.