CME/CE: Initial Opioid Use & Long-Term Risks

CME/CE: Initial Opioid Use & Long-Term Risks
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Richard A. Deyo, MD, MPH

Kaiser Permanente Professor of Evidence-Based Family Medicine
Professor of Medicine, Public Health, & Preventive Medicine
Investigator, Oregon Institute for Occupational Health Sciences
Oregon Health and Science University
Clinical Investigator
Kaiser Northwest Center for Health Research

Richard A. Deyo, MD, MPH, has indicated to Physician’s Weekly that he has or has received royalties from UpToDate for authoring topics on low back pain, and previously received honoraria for board membership at the non-profit Informed Medical Decisions Foundation. His salary at Oregon Health & Science University is supported in part by an endowment from Kaiser Permanente. He received a financial award from NuVasive as part of a lifetime achievement award from the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine.

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Richard A. Deyo, MD, MPH (click to view)

Richard A. Deyo, MD, MPH

Kaiser Permanente Professor of Evidence-Based Family Medicine
Professor of Medicine, Public Health, & Preventive Medicine
Investigator, Oregon Institute for Occupational Health Sciences
Oregon Health and Science University
Clinical Investigator
Kaiser Northwest Center for Health Research

Richard A. Deyo, MD, MPH, has indicated to Physician’s Weekly that he has or has received royalties from UpToDate for authoring topics on low back pain, and previously received honoraria for board membership at the non-profit Informed Medical Decisions Foundation. His salary at Oregon Health & Science University is supported in part by an endowment from Kaiser Permanente. He received a financial award from NuVasive as part of a lifetime achievement award from the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine.

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Readings & Resources (click to view)

Deyo RA, Hallvik SE, Hildebran C, et al. Association between initial opioid prescribing patterns and subsequent long-term use among opioid-naïve patients: a statewide retrospective cohort study. J Gen Intern Med. 2017;32:21-27. Available at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11606-016-3810-3.

Dowell D, Haegerich TM, Chou R. CDC guideline for prescribing opioids for chronic pain – United States, 2016. JAMA. 2016;315:1624-1645.

Gwira Baumblatt JA, Wiedeman C, Dunn JR, Schaffner W, Paulozzi LJ, Jones TF. High-risk use by patients prescribed opioids for pain and its role in overdose deaths. JAMA Intern Med. 2014;174:796-801.

Hooten WM, St. Sauver JL, McGree ME, Jacobson DJ, Warner DO. Incidence and risk factors for progression from short-term to episodic or long-term opioid prescribing: a population-based study. Mayo Clin Proc. 2015;90:850-856.

Dowell D, Kunins HV, Farley TA. Opioid analgesics – risky drugs, not risky patients. JAMA. 2013;309:2219-2220.

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