Center on Rural Addiction Best Practices Scholarship Program
This program offers an opportunity for two days of in-person comprehensive training and consultation at the University of Vermont with Center on Rural Addiction (UVM CORA) faculty and staff experts.
The two-day agenda is customizable and determined by the needs of the practice. Ongoing follow-up and support from UVM CORA is provided through email, phone, video-conferencing, and site visits.
- Learn how to better support patients in rural areas with complex needs related to substance use disorders (SUDs), including opioid use disorder (OUD)
- Receive extensive training on topics related to OUD/SUD with a specific focus on evidence-based best practices and how to enhance prevention and treatment in rural communities
- Explore issues or challenges occurring within their own practice with other experts in the field and gain the skills and resources necessary to make improvements
The curriculum is described in detail in the application instructions.
The program is intended for teams of up to 4 individuals from practices in rural counties in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and northern New York.
The cost of travel, room and board, and continuing education credits are covered by UVM CORA.
A stipend of $1,500 will be provided for each participant.
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