Ethical Consideration in the Face of an Opiod Crisis
Come join us for a discussion about ethical considerations in the face of the opioid crisis. We will be discussing recent developments and strategies in treating opioid addiction, while also examining the opioid epidemic as it relates to pregnant women. Our panel will be comprised of social workers and peer recovery specialists with direct experience and insight into this public health crisis.
Johns Hopkins Staff Development Committee Presents
Ethical Considerations in the face of an Opioid Crisis
Location: Chevy Chase Auditorium, Zayed 2119-A
Date: March 19, 2019 Time: 8:30am-12:00pm
9:05-10:00 Ethical Considerations in the face of an Opioid Crisis
Dan Buccino, LCSW-C
Clinical manager for the Broadway Center for Addictions
Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
10:10-11:05 Pregnancy and the Opioid Crisis: What Are Our Ethical Obligations?
Lorraine Milio, MD
Obstetrical director for the Center for Addiction and Pregnancy
Co-Director, HALO Program
11:15- 11:50 Panel Discussion
11:50-12:00 Closing – Surveys and CEU