Street Drugs: Do Your Kids Know More Than You?
Part of the Opioids, Controlled Substances and Substance Abuse Bundle (Recorded for 2023 National Conference)
This CE activity was recorded for the 2023 AANP National Conference.
|July 15, 2024 (11:55 p.m. CT)
CE for this activity will not be available after this date.
| This activity includes closed captioning.
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The street drug world is forever changing, and it is difficult to keep up. This talk will provide up-to-date information on new trends in street drugs, including the opioid crisis, new psychoactive substances, legal highs and viral trends. Throughout the presentation, we will identify street names, route, effects, side effects, overdose treatments and tips on how to diagnose and treat drug use.
- Review national and local trends in street drug use based on geographic, demographic and cultural influences.
- Differentiate groups of street drugs and their intoxication effects, side effects, and treatment options.
- Review trends and current news about drug use, trafficking, paraphernalia and drug culture.
Andrea Efre, DNP, APRN, ANP, FNP-C
This program was planned in accordance with AANP CE Standards and Policies. The speaker has the following disclosures:
- I have no financial disclosures
- My affiliations are with:
- The University of South Florida (USF) Assistant Professor
- Healthcare Education Consultants (HEC LLC), Owner and Manager
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|1.08 Contact Hour(s) of CE,
0.54 of which may be applied towards Pharmacology
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