Opioid Addiction; Non-opioid Pain Management; Technology Addiction; Identifying Illicit Drugs; South Dakota Opioid Task Force Strategic Plan; Link Between Suicide and Addiction
Marcia Nelson; Jennie Marks; Wallace Jackmon; Tiffany Wolfgang; Kiley Hump; Mary Anne Krogh; Matthew Glenn
The purpose of this educational activity is to enable the learner to gain knowledge about the risks, prevalence, signs, treatment, and community impact of substance abuse and addiction in South Dakota.
Registered Nurses, Advance Practice Nurses, Nurse Educators, and nursing students.
Continuing Nursing Education
South Dakota Nurses Association is approved as a provider of continuing nursing education by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
6.5 contact hours can be received upon completion of this education activity. Attendance at all educational activities (6 sessions) is required to receive contact hours.
The Lead Nurse Planner has determined there is no conflict of interest for anyone with the ability to control content.
2019 Spring Workshop, Substance Abuse and Addiciton in South Dakota: Empowering Nursing Practice with Knowledge
Saturday, April 27, 2019
Marcia Nelson, Assistant Medical Director, Staff Addictionologist, Keystone Treatment Center
Jennie Marks, Grief Support Coordinator, Help Line Center
Wallace Jackmon, PhD, LCSW-PIP, Assistant Professor, USD School of Medicine, Avera Behavioral Health
Tiffany Wolfgang, Director of Division of Behavioral Health, South Dakota Dept. of Health, and Kiley Hump, South Dakota Dept. of Health
Mary Anne Krogh, PhD, APRN, CRNA, FAAN, Dean of Nursing and Health Science, Mount Marty College
Matthew Glenn, South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation, Sioux Falls-area Drug Taskforce