Purpose: Clinicians serving American Indians and Alaska Native people are invited to participate in the Hepatitis C and Substance Use Disorders ECHO programs. The programs provide comprehensive information for clinicians to effectively address the evolving opioid and hepatitis C epidemics. The event will offer a free 2 day in person training with MAT waiver – with a follow up ECHO collaborative to continue learning, knowledge sharing and support as you start treating. CE will be provided.

Who should attend: Physicians, advanced practice providers, pharmacists, nurses, behavioral health specialists, nurses, chemical dependency counselors, peer support specialists, medical assistants, or others interested in learning new skills to effectively integrate SUD and HCV treatment at I/T/U facilities are invited to attend.

Where: The Billings Depot, Passenger Station Room, 2310 Montana Ave, Billings, MT 59101

When: COVID-19 response has taken priority and we will be notifying you and all other registrants when a new date has been selected.

Draft Agenda: https://npaihborg.box.com/s/874sc8nsyt8ucxxwisczii2pjsdej5uu

Please complete the registration information below. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Eric Vinson (email: evinson@npaihb.org, phone: 503-416-3295).

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* 1. Please Enter Your Contact Information

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* 2. What is your clinical role?

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* 3. To make things more tangible, the facilitators have requested a completed case presentation form for 2 of your patients. To download the case presentation form for Hepatitis C, click here. To download the case presentation form for Substance Use Disorder, click here. How many patients do you plan to present?

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* 4. Do you have any dietary restrictions?

The training is being postponed due to COVID-19.  Your registration will be reconfirmed after new dates are selected.  At this time we are responding to COVID-19 pandemic and will followup with you when we have new information on the training.