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Opioid and Pain Management Best Practices: Technology for Opioid Risk Assessment, Naloxone Access, and Urine Screening

March 10 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Don’t miss out! See nationally acclaimed pain management expert Dr. Jeff Fudin present on free software that can save lives!

Please join us for a technology demonstration of free software to help prescribers, nurses, pharmacists, and other clinicians who work in any care setting assess patients/residents for opioid overdose and use disorder risks, help clinicians interpret urine drug screens, and qualify patients for in-home naloxone.

We’ll also explore other free apps for opioid harm reduction.

Our speaker: Dr. Fudin


Dr. Fudin graduated from Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences with his Bachelor’s Degree and Pharm.D. He completed an Oncology/Hematology fellowship at SUNY/Upstate Medical Center. He is a Diplomate to the Academy of Integrative Pain Management and a Fellow to the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, the American Society of Health-system Pharmacists, and the Federation of State Medical Board.

Dr. Fudin is a Section Editor for Pain Medicine, Co-Editor-At-Large for Practical Pain Management, Founder/Chairman of Professionals for Rational Opioid Monitoring & Pharmacotherapy, and peer reviewer for several professional journals. He has participated in developing and co-authoring opioid-related practice and consensus guidelines.

He is owner and managing editor for paindr.com and Founder and CEO of Remitigate LLC, a software development company that has launched an application to help clinicians interpret urine drugs screens and another that interprets risk of opioid-induced respiratory depression and guides clinicians in qualifying patients for in-home naloxone. Dr. Fudin is a prolific lecturer, writer, editor, teacher, and researcher, with over 350 publications on pain management topics.

The Connecticut Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Pharmacists in attendance who complete an evaluation will receive 1 contact hour of CPE credit (0.1 CEU). Statements of credit will be uploaded to CPE monitor on the NABP website, where you can print your credits for your profile