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Gabapentinoid Abuse: An Alarming Trend (TECHNICIAN)

Gabapentinoid Abuse: An Alarming Trend (TECHNICIAN)

Gabapentinoid Abuse: An Alarming Trend (TECHNICIAN)

Kirk E. Evoy, Emily A. Siegrist, & Yunle Huang
Kirk E. Evoy, Emily A. Siegrist, & Yunle Huang
on behalf of Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists

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Launch date: 04 Jun 2018

Expiry Date: 04 Jun 2019

Last updated: 30 May 2018

Reference: 189467

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Prescription drug abuse has quickly become one of the most significant public health concerns in the United States (US), with annual rates of fatal overdoses nearly doubling over the past decade. In this article we'll work to increase awareness of gabapentinoid abuse and ways to mitigate the risks.

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Technician Objectives
1. Summarize the current literature regarding the epidemiology and prevalence of gabapentinoid abuse
2. Identify risk factors for gabapentinoid abuse and typical patterns of abuse
3. Define the potential harms of gabapentinoid abuse
4. Describe the role of technicians in identifying and reducing gabapentinoid abuse
Kirk E. Evoy, Emily A. Siegrist, & Yunle Huang

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Kirk E. Evoy, Emily A. Siegrist, & Yunle Huang
on behalf of Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists

Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Texas Health San Antonio School of Medicine
Clinical Pharmacist, University Health System

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  • Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
  • 0.50 Hours

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