Related Products from Across the TTCs: Preventing and Reducing Stigma
A Substance Misuse Prevention Practitioner's Role in Reducing Stigma
This slide deck introduces basic definitions of stigma and discusses the role substance misuse prevention practitioners plan in reducing stigma. Produced by the Pacific Southwest PTTC.
Addressing Stigma and Substance Use Disorders: A HealtheKnowledge Course
The four-hour course includes five 45-minute video modules on topics related to stigma in the SUD field. There is a quiz after each module. Once you have completed the 5 modules and passed the quizzes with a score of 80% or better, you will be able to access a certificate of course completion. This course represents 4.0 continuing education hours or credits, which are available from NAADAC.
This presentation offers 11 slides specific to stigma and substance use disorders to include definitions and strategies to avoid stigma.
Developed by the Mountain Plains ATTC.
The Stigma is Real: Pregnant and Parenting Women with Substance Use Disorders
This webinar will provide an in-depth examination of the stigma women with substance use disorders (SUDs) who are pregnant and/or parenting encounter when seeking healthcare services. Developed by Mountain Plains ATTC.
In this webinar, Joe Glass, PhD, MSW, of Kaiser Permanente WA Health Research Institute, examined the stigma of substance use disorders. Dr. Glass reviewed the scientific evidence about how stigma shapes healthcare experiences and treatment seeking, and discussed practical issues such as why and how to avoid using stigmatizing language