2022-05-18 CE PTTC Webinar Resource Page

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Managing Stigmatizing Language in Substance Misuse Prevention
Laura Hinds, MSW, LCSW
May 18, 2022

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This webinar was provided by the Central East PTTC. The Central East ATTC, MHTTC, and PTTC are programs managed by the Danya Institute.

 

PowerPoint Slides: Click on the green "View Slides" button above to view a PDF of today's webinar slides.

 

Certificate of Attendance and CEUs: To be eligible for certification, you MUST be registered for this event through the DBH Training Institute. Additionally, you must have attended the live webinar in Zoom. The following certification is being provided:

 

  • Social Work continuing education certificates (issued by the DC Board of Social Work and provided by the DBH Training Institute)
    • To access this certificate-Approximately 15 business days after completing this training, log in to your DBH Training Institute account and go to "My Certificates." Make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off or you will not be able to view or print your certificate. Please contact the DBH Training Institute if you have further questions about the certificate process.
    • See link for more information. Social Work Board: https://dchealth.dc.gov/service/social-work-licensing

 

  • Counseling continuing education certificates (issued by the DC Board of Counseling and provided by the DBH Training Institute)
    • To access this certificate-Approximately 15 business days after completing this training, log in to your DBH Training Institute account and go to "My Certificates." Make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off or you will not be able to view or print your certificate. Please contact the DBH Training Institute if you have further questions about the certificate process.
    • See link for more information. Counseling Board: https://dchealth.dc.gov/service/professional-counseling-licensing

 

  • Certificate of Attendance  (provided by the DBH Training Institute)

    • To access this certificate-Approximately 15 business days after completing this training, log in to your DBH Training Institute account and go to "My Certificates." Make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off or you will not be able to view or print your certificate. Please contact the DBH Training Institute if you have further questions about the certificate process.

 

  • NADAAC Contact Hours (provided by the Central East PTTC)

    • To access this certificate- Please use the link below to request your NADAAC certificate. Certificates must be requested within 7 days of the event. Please allow up to 30 days for certificate requests to be processed.

    • https://forms.gle/CYHKxarbqr66ezE57

       

 

 


RESOURCES

University of Minnesota’s Center for Practice Transformation: Clinical Tools Archive - Center for Practice Transformation (umn.edu)

Well + Good

SAMHSA

National Consortium of Stigma and Empowerment

Harvard’s Implicit Association Test

Center for Disease Control

 

REFERENCES

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Crapanzano, K. A., Hammarlund, R., Ahmad, B., Hunsinger, N., & Kullar, R. (2019). The association between perceived stigma and substance use disorder treatment outcomes: a review. Substance abuse and rehabilitation, 10, 1.

Goddu, A. P., O’Conor, K.J., Lanzkron, S., Saheed, M.O., Saha, S., Peek, M.E., Haywood, C., Beach, M.C., (2018). Do Words Matter? Stigmatizing Language and the Transmission of Bias in the Medical Record. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 33, 685-691.

Hagiwara, N., Slatcher, R.B., Eggly, S., Penner, L.A. (2017). Physician Racial Bias and Word Use during Racially Discordant Medical Interactions. Health Commun. Apr: 32(4): 401-408. 10.1080/10410236.2016.1138389

Kulesza, M., Watkins, K. E., Ober, A. J., Osilla, K. C., & Ewing, B. (2017). Internalized stigma as an independent risk factor for substance use problems among primary care patients: Rationale and preliminary support. Drug and alcohol dependence, 180, 52-55.

Lynch, S., Sherman, L., Snyder, S. M., & Mattson, M. (2018). Trends in infants reported to child welfare with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS). Children and Youth Services Review, 86, 135-141.

Park, J., Saha, S., Chee, B., Taylor, J., Beach, M.C. (2021). Physician Use of Stigmatizing Language in Patient Medical Records. JAMA Netw Open. 4(7):e2117052. doi10.1001/jamanetworkopen.202117052

Paquette, C. E., Syvertsen, J. L., & Pollini, R. A. (2018). Stigma at every turn: Health services experiences among people who inject drugs. International Journal of Drug Policy, 57, 104-110.

Reisner, S. L., Pardo, S. T., Gamarel, K. E., Hughto, J. M. W., Pardee, D. J., & Keo-Meier, C. L. (2015). Substance use to cope with stigma in healthcare among US female-to-male trans masculine adults. LGBT health, 2(4), 324-332.

Rosenthal E, Short V, Abatemarco D, Hand D. (2021). Race and methadone dose at delivery in pregnant patients with opioid use disorder. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment.

Trzeciak, S. & Mazzarelli, A (2019). Compassionomics: The revolutionary scientific evidence that caring makes a difference. Pensacola, FL, Stuber Group.

Yang, L., Wong, L. Y., Grivel, M. M., & Hasin, D. S. (2017). Stigma and substance use disorders: an international phenomenon. Current opinion in psychiatry, 30(5), 378.


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