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Drug Decriminalization in Oregon: Know Your Rights

As of February 2021, drug possession of certain amounts is no longer a crime under Oregon law. This FAQ answers basic questions about how you may or may not be punished if found in possession of certain substances.

Date added: 12/2/21

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Zero Overdose

The Zero Overdose Safety Plan bridges a critical gap in how we help people at risk for overdose. Knowing that research has shown safety planning can reduce suicide by 50% among at-risk individuals, they adapted these best practices to address ...

Date added: 12/2/21

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Algorithm for the Diagnosis of Drug-Induced Pancreatitis

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Audience: Clinical  

Program: Diabetes ECHO Program  

Keywords: #diagnostic tools  #pancreatitis  

This sheet provides a simple algorithm to assist in the diagnosis of drug-induced pancreatitis.

Date added: 12/2/21

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COVID-19 Crisis Mode: Building Resilience (Ariadne Labs)

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Audience: Clinical  

Program: COVID-19 ECHO Programs  Trauma Care ECHO Program  

Keywords: #frontline  #resilience  

As COVID-19 strains the US healthcare system, caring for the mental health and resilience of front line health care workers is paramount especially to minimize moral injury and burnout. This guide provides strategies to help health care workers build resilience ...

Date added: 12/2/21

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Building Resilience During the COVID-19 Pandemic Through Trauma-Informed Care Principles

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Audience: Clinical  

Program: Behavioral Health  COVID-19 ECHO Programs  Trauma Care ECHO Program  

Keywords: #resilience  #trauma  #trauma-informed care  

This document from Brigham and Women's Hospital is a tip sheet that outlines practical steps to facilitate an empathic and collaborative approach. Framed by the six guiding principles of trauma-informed care, these support efforts foster a sense of safety when ...

Date added: 12/1/21

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Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach (SAMHSA)

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Audience: Clinical  

Program: Behavioral Health  COVID-19 ECHO Programs  

Keywords: #trauma  #trauma-informed care  

Guidance for behavioral health specialists on the concept of trauma and the need for providing trauma-informed care.

Date added: 12/1/21

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A Community Toolkit for Addressing Health Misinformation (HHS)

Type: Website  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: COVID-19 ECHO Programs  

Keywords: #misinformation  

The Surgeon General’s Community Toolkit for Addressing Health Misinformation provides specific guidance and resources for health care providers, educators, librarians, faith leaders, and trusted community members to understand, identify, and stop the spread of health misinformation in their communities.

Date added: 12/1/21

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Answering Patients’ Questions About COVID-19 Vaccine and Vaccination (CDC)

Type: Website  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: COVID-19 ECHO Programs  

Keywords: #patient communication  #vaccine confidence  

Information for Healthcare Providers, Pharmacists, and Other Vaccine Providers to answer patient questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.

Date added: 12/1/21

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Building Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccines (CDC)

Type: Website  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: COVID-19 ECHO Programs  

Keywords: #vaccine confidence  #vaccine hesitancy  

CDC data and guidance for building community confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines.

Date added: 12/1/21

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CoviDiab Registry

Type: Website  

Audience: Clinical  

Program: COVID-19 ECHO Programs  Diabetes ECHO Program  

Keywords: #covid-19 related diabetes  #diabetes and covid-19  

This registry is specifically designed to establish the extent and characteristics of new-onset, COVID-19-related diabetes, and to investigate its pathogenesis, management and outcomes. The Registry also collects data about presentations with severe metabolic disturbance in pre-existing diabetes (DKA, hyperosmolarity; severe ...

Date added: 12/1/21