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|2016 Tuerk 1 - Dr Wen - Public Health Approach||NCADD Maryland||The Public Health Approach to Addiction and Recovery: Baltimore's Experience.
Baltimore City Health Commissioner, Dr. Leana Wen, MD MSc presents on how her department of 1100 employees has begun to look at addiction and recovery treatment in new ways.|
|2016-1 William Borchert-My Name is Bill W||NCADD Maryland||“My Name is Bill W”: A Discussion of the Film and History of Alcoholics Anonymous
William Borchert, the writer and producer of the acclaimed film "My Name is Bill W.", tells stories and relates his experiences, as well as the process of making the film and the impact he feels it carries.
|2016-3 Dr Pohl - Opioids are not the Antidote||NCADD Maryland||Unfortunately, we're finding that medicine's pain relievers are causing a mountain of pain through misuse, overuse, addiction and death,.
Dr. Mel Pohl of Las Vegas, NV presents on how the drugs we've been prescribing have become the problem for many people, and how we can change that.|
|2016-4 Michael Boticelli - A Message from ONDCP||NCADD Maryland||Last year, Michael Botticelli, M.Ed, became the first head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy who also is a person in recovery.
Mr. Botticelli visited the NCADD Tuerk Conference to bring a message of hope and change for America's drug policies.|
|2017-01 Tuerk1 - Diverse Pathways to Recovery||NCADD Maryland||What are the pathways to recovery... and what are the themes they share? Dr. Michael Flaherty, clinical psychologist and founder of the Institiute for Research, Education & Training in th Addictions... discusses the commonalities between the pathways, the science across all of them, and the challenges we face in developing successful outcomes.|
|2017-02 Tuerk 2 - Franklin-Policing||NCADD Maryland||Police Major Neill Franklin, retired, heads the Law Enforcement Action Partnership, and speaks about changing the viewpoint on drugs, addiction, policing, and the justice system to one which incorporates the public health perspective and treatment approach.|
|2017-03 Tuerk3 - Rubenstein-Facing Addiction||NCADD Maryland||Terry Rubenstein is a founding board member of Facing Addiction, a national non-profit organization dedicated to finding solutions to the addiction crisis by unifying the voices of over 45 million Americans and their families directly impacted by addiction.
|2017-04 Tuerk4 - Olsen-Opioids & Medication||NCADD Maryland||Dr. Yngvild Olsen, Medical Director for the Institutes for Behavioral Resources, presents information for organizations to better understand the recovery process for individuals receiving medication-assisted treatment and discusses how they can assist individuals in their recovery process.
|Tuerk 1-ASAM Update_Mee-Lee||NCADD Maryland||Dr. David Mee-Lee, Editor of the ASAM Criteria guide, talks about what's new in the newest edition, released in October of 2013, which includes new sections on older adults, criminal justice clients, parents with children, and people in safety-sensitive occupations... as well as compatibility with DSM-5.|
|Tuerk 2014 Overdose Epidemic_ Welsh||NCADD Maryland||Chris Welsh, M.D. of the University of Maryland, and NCADD Maryland Scientific Advisory Board member, delivers a presentation at the 2014 Tuerk Conference in Baltimore entitled, "Drug Overdose: A Growing Epidemic".|
|Tuerk 2014 Responding to Opioid Epidemic_Kolodny||NCADD Maryland||Andrew Kolodny, M.D., Medical Director of the Phoenix House, and President of Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing - PROP- provides an overview of the epidemic of opioid addiction and overdose death, the reasons behind its increase, and discuss strategies necessary to bring the epidemic under control.|
|Tuerk 2014-2_Adversity_Rosenthal||NCADD Maryland||Strength, wisdom and resiliency can result from dealing effectively with adversity, and this applies in the case of addictions as much or more than n other spheres of life. Norman Rosenthal, M.D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown School of Medicine, talks about his book, The Gift of Adversity, and how we can understand the adversity of addiction, and how to help build self-esteem and promote gratitude.|
|Tuerk 2014-3_Leveraging ACA_McDaid||NCADD Maryland||This session, with Carol McDaid of Capitol Decisions in Washington, will arm participants with the tools to better advocate for those with mental and substance abuse disorders through leverage of the Affordable Care Act's provisions and benefits.|
|Tuerk 2015--07 Strawberry Q and A||NCADD Maryland||8-time Major League Baseball All-Star Darryl Strawberry took a very long, hard road to recovery... involving multiple tries at rehab, and a stint in prison... before finding a God-centered path to recovery. His story is compelling and powerful, and his life's work is now in the recovery and support community. He's joined by MLB interventionist for the New York Yankess, Ron Dock, CAC/EAP in answering questions from Tuerk Conference attendees.|
|Tuerk 2015-01 Cannabis History||NCADD Maryland||Dr. George Kolodner, M.D., founder of the Kolmac Clinic, presents a prelude to Tuerk 2015's main topic - cannabis - with history and background on one of our oldest drugs, and the ongoing controversy surrounding its use.|
|Tuerk 2015-02 Cannabis-Sabet||NCADD Maryland||Kevin Sabet, Ph.D., co-founder of SAM - Smart Approaches to Marijuana - will discuss why we should not be caught in a false dichotomy of “legalization versus incarceration” when discussing marijuana policy. He will present compelling science on the harms of marijuana, especially to young people, and why neither a “war on drugs” nor a “legalize it” policy is consistent with public health.|
|Tuerk 2015-03 Cannabis-Nadelmann||NCADD Maryland||Why Legally Regulating Cannabis Makes More Sense than Prohibiting It Ethan Nadelmann, JD, PhD. Dr. Nadelmann, founder and director of the Drug Policy Alliance, which has played key roles in most major legislative and ballot initiative campaigns around issues such as medical marijuana and marijuana legalization, and prison reform.|
|Tuerk 2015-04 Cannabis-Panel||NCADD Maryland||Dr. Kevin Sabet of SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana) and Dr. Ethan Nadelmann of the Drug Policy Alliance answer a series of questions from health and recovery professionals. Moderated by Dr. George Kolodner of the Kolmac Clinic.|
|Tuerk 2015-05 Remembering Dr Tuerk||NCADD Maryland||A reflection on the life of Dr. Isadore Tuerk, for whom the Tuerk Conference is named, by his son, Dr. Jonathon Tuerk.|
|Tuerk 2015-06 Strawberry on Recovery||NCADD Maryland||8-time Major League Baseball All-Star Darryl Strawberry took a very long, hard road to recovery... involving multiple tries at rehab, and a stint in prison... before finding a God-centered path to recovery. His story is compelling and powerful, and his life's work is now in the recovery and support community. He's joined by MLB interventionist for the New York Yankess, Ron Dock, CAC/EAP.|
|Tuerk 2015-08 Trauma-Addiction-Care||NCADD Maryland||This presentation will review strategies for providers serving people with addictions to identify people with trauma histories and to address the obstacles that trauma presents to recovery and to getting necessary medical care. |
|Tuerk 2015-09 E-cigarettes||NCADD Maryland||There are many proponents and opponents of E-cigarettes, each describing with conviction the promises and perils of E-cigarettes respectively. Then, there is the real problem of 70% of smokers saying that they would like to stop smoking, but only a small fraction of them actually succeeding in quitting smoking with existing methods. Clinicians need to be informing ourselves, to be a voice of reason for others, as consumers face the choice of whether or not to use E-cigarettes. |
|Tuerk 2015-10 Alcohol Ads||NCADD Maryland||David Jernigan, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins. Numerous long-term studies show that the more young people are exposed to alcohol marketing, the more likely they are to start drinking or, if already drinking, to drink more. Given alcohol marketing’s role in underage drinking, this session will move from the latest research findings about alcohol marketing and underage drinking to actual steps that can be taken, at state, local and national levels, to reduce the influence of alcohol marketing on youth.|
|Tuerk_13-01 Integrating MH and ADAA ||NCADD Maryland||Two key leaders on health reform in Maryland present on the progress and plans for integration of Maryland's addiction treatment and mental health agencies. With Maryland's Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Secretary, Dr. Josh Sharfstein, and its Deputy Secretary of Behavioral Health, Dr. Gayle Jordan-Randolph.|
|Tuerk_13-02 New Approaches to Diagnosis||NCADD Maryland||Dr. William Compton of the National Institute on Drug Abuse presents New Approaches to Diagnosis - the new DSM-5 and how the changes will affect people in the treatment community.|
|Tuerk_13-03 Combining Traditions and Therapy||NCADD Maryland||Psychotherapist & founder of The Heart Nest Wellness Center, Sabrina N'Diaye, also the Community Relations Manager at the Marworth Treatment Center in Pennsylvania, delivers a presentation, "At The Corner of Wisdom and Science: Combining Traditional & Contemporary Therapy" at the NCADD Maryland Tuerk Conference on April 9, 2013.|
|Tuerk_13-07 Behavioral Health Integration||NCADD Maryland||A panel of Maryland Department of Health & Mentail Hygiene officials discuss upcoming efforts toward healthcare integration between the areas of mental health and substance abuse treatment. With Dr. Gayle Jordan-Randolph, Dr. Brian Hepburn, and Kathleen Rebbert-Franklin.|
|Tuerk_13_04 SBIRT||NCADD Maryland||Dr. Eric Goplerud delivers a presentation on SBIRT - Screening Brief Interventions at the NCADD Maryland Tuerk Conference on April 9, 2013.|
|Tuerk_13_05 Serving LGBT Clients||NCADD Maryland||Treatment specialists Bernie McCann, Ph.D., and Pablo McCabe, LCSW, deliver a presentation called Diversity in Treatment & Recovery, Serving LGBT Clients to a group of attendees to the NCADD-Maryland Tuerk Conference on April 9, 2013.|
|Tuerk_13_06 New Drugs||NCADD Maryland||Dr. Christopher Welsh of the University of Maryland School of Medicine delivers a presentation on awareness of new synthetic drugs in the community, and novel deliveries of established drugs, at the NCADD Maryland Tuerk Conference on April 9, 2013.|