Opioid Epidemic Response Training

The opioid epidemic is a call to action for professionals across medical settings to prevent overdose and increase access to treatment for people who use or misuse opioids or other substances.  Health workers in diverse settings have the ability to directly impact the health of individuals through evidence based methods that improve the safety and quality of life for people at risk for overdose or who have an opioid use disorder.  The Health Federation of Philadelphia provides on or off site professional development for health professionals on:

Harm Reduction

Medication Assisted Treatment

Neurobiology of Addiction

Pain Management

Pharmacology of Opioid Agonist and Antagonist Medications

Psychosocial Support for Patients Receiving MAT



Continuing education credits.

Don’t see what you are looking for?  Tailored professional development on specialized topics can be arranged.

Application for Integrating Medications for Opioid Use Disorder into Primary Care' Preceptor Training Program