Kayla Overview Late Adult
In this lecture we discuss the progression of Kayla's illnesses and how if left untreated through adolescence and early adulthood they can become more refractory to treatment and require a different approach.
Lecture: Kayla Late Adult Overview
An overview of Kayla in late adulthood.
Application of DSM-V criteria following Kayla into late adulthood and discussing challenges as her condition reaches greater complexity.
This need-to-know general addiction course gives healthcare providers knowledge on understanding addiction as a disease. After this course, the learner will: 1. Outline how addiction affects the brain. 2. Understand the different parts of the brain that aid in addiction. 3. Understand dopamine's role in addiction. 4. Explain how MAT assists a person with an addiction use disorder. 5. Identify the different types of medication assisted treatments. Running time: 46:35
To effectively treat a patient, it is important to understand what is in their system through the use of screening for drugs. At the end of this course, the learner will: 1. Acknowledge the importance of screening for drugs 2. Identify reasons for testing for drugs 3. Illustrate the ways to use drug screening 4. Repeat the definitions related to drug testing 5. Explain why metabolites are measured 6. Explain how to interpret the tests Running Time: 50:12
An important first step in ensuring patients have the right treatment at the right time. This course will examine how to diagnose addiction use disorder. After this course, the learner will: 1. Understand the difference between DSM-V and ASAM Criteria for SUDs 2. Identify how to use the criteria to diagnose a SUD 3. Recognize how to diagnose for SUD with clients 4. Develop an understanding of harm reduction Running time: 52:25