New at CAPC: June 2023
Here at CAPC, we're constantly creating new products—and updating existing ones—to make sure that you have the best tools and technical assistance to do your job. We're excited to share the below update with you:
New Game: Deprescribing Escape Room: Reducing Medication-Related Harm
Overmedication is a common problem, especially among patients with multiple chronic conditions. It is important to assess a patient’s medication list and consider deprescribing medications that no longer align with achievable goals of care or whose risks outweigh their benefits.
In this interactive escape room game, be part of an interdisciplinary care team meeting a patient whose multiple medications may be causing adverse effects. Can you escape the room? Get started!
Play the Game
Learning Pathway: DEA 8-Hour Opioid and Substance Use Disorder Training
As part of the new Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will require that all DEA-registered clinicians provide a one-time attestation that they have completed 8 hours of training on the treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders prior to renewing their DEA registration. This new CAPC Learning Pathway contains 8 hours of AACME and ANCC-accredited training to meet these conditions.
Updated: Achieving Health Equity Toolkit
Visit the 'Workshop Series Materials: Key Insights to Implement Equity-focused Models' section of the toolkit and explore new presentations and resources from UCSF, Hackensack University Medical Center, UAB, and the AC Care Alliance.
Explore the Toolkit