Drug User Health Resources
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Request Onsite Training
The New York State Department of Health Clinical Education Initiative (CEI) provides FREE onsite training for health care professionals throughout the state. These onsite trainings are designed for agencies directly engaged in patient care. To request a training for your clinic/department/office: click here.
Clinical Education /Trainings
The CEI HCV/DUH Center of Excellence offers Harm Reduction clinical cards.
This convenient card provides clinically relevant information on recommended Harm Reduction screening guidelines, lab tests and monitoring, the CEI Line, as well as the website addresses for further guideline information and CEI initiatives.
Ordering Harm Reduction clinical cards is now easier than ever! Please visit the following link to view and order Harm Reduction clinical cards for your organization: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HCVDUHClinicalCards
These cards are intended only for New York State clinicians including physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, dentists, and pharmacists.
CEI Line 1.866.637.2342A toll-free number for clinicians in NYS to discuss HIV, PEP, PrEP, HCV, DUH and STI management with a specialist.
Drug overdose is a serious public health concern and opioid-related overdose has increased as a health threat. CEI offers short videos to raise awareness of important topics for clinicians who care for patients with or at risk for HIV, HCV, STIs and drug use. To watch the short Clinical Snips please follow the links below:
Medicaid Pharmacy Guidance during COVID
Guidance around early refills for controlled substance refills
SAMHSA update: methadone and buprenorphine during COVID
Medicaid telephonic services guidance
Harm Reduction providers handout
bupe_best_practices_comm_letter_2019.pdf bupe_best_practices_2019.pdf NYSDoH AIDS Institute: HIV Education and Training Programs for non-clinicians Putting the Pieces Together: A Guide for New York State's Registered Opioid Overdose Prevention Programs
Psychiatric and primary medical care services provided to homeless and formerly homeless individuals throughout New York City
New York State's Opioid Overdose Prevention Program
Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Prevention
National Institute on Drug Abuse
National Institute of Mental Health
Title: Promotion of Institutional Opioid Policies
Presenter: Clinical Education Initiative
View time: 7minutes
Promocion de Politicas Institucionales Opioides (Spanish Version)
Promotion des politiques institutionnelles des opioides (French Version)