Timely Topics in Transplantation
Timely Topics in Transplantation webinars are the perfect opportunity to listen to a live presentation on a current issue and ask questions directly to the presenter. All webinars are available on demand after the live air date.
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The Science of Substance Use Disorders in Clinical Transplantation
After participating in this webinar, the attendee will be able to:
- Describe the core concepts underlying the disease of addiction.
- Understand implications of prescription opioid use, benzodiazepine use, and cannabis use disorder before and after transplant on recipient outcomes, at the population-level.
- Identify the implications of prescription opioid use on living donor outcomes, at the population level.
- Understand the risks of relapse to substance use disorders and factors that may predict relapse risk.
- Discuss current controversies that relate to substance use and transplantation, including marijuana use and transplantation for acute alcoholic hepatitis.
- Marian Fireman, MD • Professor of Psychiatry, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
- Krista Lentine, MD, PhD, FAST • Professor of Medicine, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO
- Antú Segal, PsyD, ABPP • Senior Staff Clinical Health Psychologist, Henry Ford Health System; Detroit, MI
AST would like to thank the Living Donor Community of Practice (LDCOP) and Pediatrics Community of Practice (PCOP) for recommending related topics to include as part of the T3 webinar series. Learn more about AST's COPs at www.myast.org/cops.
Management of Multidrug Resistant Organisms: Treatment and Prevention
- Jonathan Hand, MD, FIDSA, FAST • Medical Director, Transplant Infectious Diseases, Ochsner Health, New Orleans, LA
- Judith Anesi, MD, MSCE • Assistant Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
- Stephanie Pouch, MD, MS, FAST • Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
AST would like to thank the Infectious Disease Community of Practice (IDCOP) for recommending this topic to include as part of the T3 webinar series. Learn more about AST's COPs at www.myast.org/cops.
Recognizing Burnout and Preventing Physician Suicide
- Katherine Twombley, MD, FAAP, FAST • Professor of Pediatrics, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
- Michelle Jesse, MD, FAST • Clinical Health Psychologist, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
- Marwan Abouljoud, MD, FACS, CPE, MMM • Benson Ford Endowed Chair, Director, Henry Ford Transplant Institute, Detroit, MI
AST would like to thank the Pediatrics Community of Practice (PCOP) for recommending this topic to include as part of the T3 webinar series, and the Psychosocial and Ethics Community of Practice (PSECOP) for providing additional planning and support for the session. Learn more about AST's COPs at www.myast.org/cops.
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