Quick Start to Prescribing Buprenorphine and CA Bridge Resource Overview
Enjoy this recording from the July 14th 2021-22 California Residency Program Collaboration (CRPC) Webinar where we listen to Dr. Trotzky-Sirr present her “eight hours in eight minutes” session on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Buprenorphine prescribing and hear from Sherrie Cisneros, a Substance Use Navigator, about effectively using your team’s resources to improve patient care and finally, we receive a quick overview of the many excellent resources that CA Bridge has to offer.
This activity is intended for physicians, residents, students and other clinicians interested in providing MAT for opioid use disorder and accessing important CA resources.
Dr. Rebecca Trotzky-Sirr is Medical Director of Jail Health Services and Urgent care at LAC + USC. She is board certified in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine, and faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at USC. She is the Southern California Regional Coordinator with the CA Bridge Program.
Sherrie Cisneros is the CA Bridge, Substance Use Navigator Program Director. She has worked in healthcare for 27 years as an RN in multiple settings, including the Substance Use Navigator (SUN) role.
Elizabeth Keating is Clinical Program Director and leads training and technical assistance strategy at CA Bridge. She holds a Master of Public Administration in Health Policy and Management from the NYU Wagner School of Public Service and is eager to help us all learn more about the terrific resources CA Bridge has to support our work.
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