Buprenorphine 101: Demystifying Medication Assisted Treatment in Wisconsin
February 11, 2019
12:00-1:00 pm
via Webinar

This webinar provides an introduction to the evolving role of primary care physicians, emergency physicians, advanced practice providers, and nurses in prescribing and administering buprenorphine medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder. This webinar does not qualify attendees for an X-waiver, but rather, it is an introduction to the X-waiver process and the content one needs to know to either be or support an X-waivered provider.

Who Should Attend:
Primary care physicians, advanced practice providers and nurses
Emergency medicine physicians, advanced practice providers and nurses
Any clinician or care coordinator who sees patients with substance abuse disorders

Bobby Redwood, MD, MPH
Bobby Redwood, MD, MPH is a graduate of Rush University School of Medicine in Chicago (2011) and the University of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine and Preventive Residencies (2014, 2016). He works full time as an emergency and preventive medicine physician at Divine Savior Hospital in Portage, Wisconsin, and is chair of the hospital's antimicrobial stewardship committee. Dr. Redwood also teaches resident physicians and publishes research as a clinical adjunct professor for the UW Department of Family Medicine. Recent publications include" Severe Sepsis in the Emergency Department" (2016) and "Elderly Man With Dark Urine" (2015). Outside of work, he serves as president of the Wisconsin Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians.