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UW Psychiatry and Addictions Case Conference Series (UW PACC-ECHO)

Partnership for Native Health’s research center, the Native Center for Alcohol Research and Education (NCARE) and University of Washington Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Integrated Care Training Program are pleased to offer free weekly case conference sessions for behavioral health practitioners.

UW Psychiatry and Addictions Case Conference series (UW PACC-ECHO) is a CME-accredited* program for providers who want to improve the mental health and addictions care for their patients.

The free weekly sessions are held every Thursday from 12:00pm-1:30pm PST via Zoom conference or telephone. You can register for the series here.

*CME credits currently not available in Alaska

NCARE Highlighted in Addiction Professional Magazine

Check out the latest issue of Addiction Professional Magazine to learn more about Native Center for Alcohol Research and Education (NCARE) and CHOICES, one of NCARE’s emerging pilot projects.

You can find the full article here

Harm Reduction Talking Circles (HaRTC) for Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives with Alcohol Use Disorder Webinar

The Harm Reduction Talking Circles (HaRTC) project is a collaboration between researchers, patients, traditional healers, and the Seattle Indian Health Board to integrate a harm-reduction approach with the Native tradition of the talking circle. In this webinar, the project co-leaders, Drs. Lonnie Nelson and Susan Collins, discussed the project’s aims, development, and implementation.

Presentation slides can be viewed and downloaded here.