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NHPA Annual Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Kiri Stroh
01:44:38
Thanks Ryan!
Kiri Stroh
01:57:16
If you have questions during the presentation, you can enter them in the chatbox here and we will circle back to you during the Q&A at the end
Noreen Withrow Roux
02:00:18
Will we be able to access this power point via email or a link?
Kiri Stroh
02:02:05
The slides from the presentation as well as the recording will be shared after the meeting
Diane Fontneau
02:02:18
How likely are these symptoms to be confused with a diagnosis of a mental disorder when in truth there is HAI? Who is most likely to diagnose HAI in the world of an overdose survivor?
Donna Lennon
02:02:54
I've had questions re: clients who never abused a substance or some who never used at all until the TBI and since the injury, the use is out of control, impulsive and includes OTC meds like Tylenol PM, etc. Any advice on who to refer to and treatment approach?
Ryan Fowler
02:07:54
Diane, I will let our expert panel answer your question regarding clinical diagnoses. In my experience HAI is often identified as an individual being unmotivated or "noncompliant" or "disruptive". I have seen many people living with HAI have struggles in traditional SUD treatment.
Ryan Fowler
02:08:58
Donna, I expect that Krystal will likely answer your question.
Ryan Fowler
02:10:37
Great job, John. I am grateful to have you and your 30 years of experience addressing this topic.
Kiri Stroh
02:13:20
Links and resources mentioned during the presentation will be shared with attendees after the meeting
Kiri Stroh
02:23:28
Thank you John and Krystal -great information!
Diane Fontneau
02:23:42
Thanks for this important information.
Ondrea Gowern
02:25:10
I have a patient that acquired an ABI when rehydrated with IV fluids during treatment of his AUD and now suffers from Central pontine myelinolysis. His treatment has been challenging. Anyone have experience treating a patient with this type of injury along with their SUD and if so how have you approached their treatment? What assistance can the Brain injury Association provide?
Diane Fontneau
02:26:32
Thanks!
Kiri Stroh
02:29:56
I would share that final question from Ondrea then wrap up
Donna Harbison
02:32:57
Regarding the presentation to the public health advisory council, Is this an open event and if so, where can we access the info?
Ryan Fowler
02:33:38
Hi Donna. you can email mreyes@seacoastphn.org Maria Reyes
Ondrea Gowern
02:33:40
Thank you both very much!
carol sarazin
02:34:24
Thank you all very much!
Noreen Withrow Roux
02:34:29
Thank you all !! Great information
Peter Burke
02:34:53
thank you. excellent information
Wanda Knudsen
02:35:09
Thank you all! Very informative.
Daniel Andrus
02:35:45
Thank you!
Emily Robbins
02:38:43
Congrats Nicole!
Ameet Katkar - Genoa Telepsychiatry
02:38:50
Thank you all!
Noreen Withrow Roux
02:40:08
I look forward to exploring this subject further in future trainings! Thank you again!
Makin It Happen
02:40:12
Thank you!!!
Andrea Rancatore
02:40:18
thanks all for all your hard work. take care
Ryan Fowler
02:42:00
If agencies are interested in updated naloxone/overdose prevention trainings delivered virtually, feel free to email me at RFowler@h2rc.org. take care, everyone.
Diane Fontneau
02:43:01
Thanks everyone, be well.
Stephanie Savard
02:43:12
thanks!
Kiri Stroh
02:43:14
Thank you to everyone!
Michele Merritt
02:43:16
Thank you!!