Opioids Across the Lifespan – Transition-aged Youth (Part Two of a Three-part Series) - Webinar

Jun 20, 2017, 11:00am - 12:00pm
About this Event:

Presentation Summary
Opioids are commonly prescribed pharmacological intervention used to treat physical pain, and Canada is now the second highest consumer of opioids in the world. While opioids may address physical and/or indirectly psychological pain for some people, they can also be dangerous (even when taken as prescribed), and can lead to problematic opioid use, overuse, dependence, overdose, or death. This 3-part webinar series will examine opioids across the lifespan starting with the early years (maternal/prenatal), transition aged youth and lastly, older adults.

Presenter(s) and Sessions

  • Part One - June 7, 2017 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (EDT)
    Dr. Alice Ordean - St. Joseph's Health Centre
  • Part Two - June 20 , 2017 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (EDT)
    Dr. Kim Corace - Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
    Lori Naylor and Stephen Chatterton - Breakaway Addiction Services
  • Part Three - TBD (early August)
    Dr. Jonathan Bertram - CAMH

During this presentation, participants will learn how to:

  • Understand the risks and harms of opioid use and misuse for different populations.
  • Understand treatment options for working with different populations.
  • Explore case-based examples that illustrate the unique considerations of working with different populations.
If you have questions contact: Kyle Dieleman, Project Coordinator.
Cost for Members: 
$0.00 CAD
Cost for non-Members: 
$0.00 CAD