Substance use disorders and young people: Epidemiology, Impact, Treatment and Recovery

Wednesday, March 8 2017

Caplin Auditorium, Withers-Brown Hall, School of Law, University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA

Mental health professionals, youth services providers and program planners, juvenile justice professionals, educators, and others will be interested in this seminar covering state of the art information about substance abuse disorders with youth and young adults with expert John Kelly PhD, ABPP, Associate Professor of Psychiatry in Addiction Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Harvard University, and founder and director of the Recovery Research Institute at the Massachusetts General Hospital.

Program

This one-day program with expert John Kelly PhD, ABPP will present state of the art information about substance abuse disorders with youth and young adults. In high income countries, such as the United States, more than any other factor, substance use confers the highest risk for disease, disability, and premature mortality among young people. Substance use disorders typically emerge during adolescence and thus, taking a life-course perspective is vital to understanding the developmental context that presents unique biological and psychosocial risks as well as challenges for adolescent treatment and recovery. As the nation’s leading public health problem, a public health approach that involves prevention, screening and early intervention, and treatment and recovery support services are likely to have the greatest impact on addressing these endemic health challenges. This program reviews the research on etiology, epidemiology, and the clinical course and impact of substance use and related disorders among adolescents, and highlights evidence-based treatments and recovery services including research on how such interventions confer benefits for young people. 

Faculty

John F. Kelly, PhD, ABPP, is the Elizabeth R. Spallin Associate Professor of Psychiatry in Addiction Medicine at Harvard Medical School-the first endowed professor in addiction medicine at Harvard. He is also the Founder and Director of the Recovery Research Institute at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), the Program Director of the Addiction Recovery Management Service (ARMS) and the Associate Director of the Center for Addiction Medicine at MGH. Dr. Kelly is a former President of the American Psychological Association (APA) Society of Addiction Psychology, and is also a Fellow of the APA and a diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology. He has served as a consultant to U.S. federal agencies and non-Federal institutions, and foreign governments. His clinical and research work has focused on addiction treatment and the recovery process among adolescents, the mechanisms of behavior change, and opportunities for reducing stigma and discrimination among individuals suffering from addiction.

No faculty have disclosed financial relationships with any commercial interests that would conflict with their presentation and no commercial support has been accepted for the training program. Questions regarding faculty disclosures should be directed to els2e@virginia.edu

Educational objectives

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

  1.        Conceptualize and understand substance use disorders and why the use of a public health framework can be effective in addressing them.
  2.        Describe the epidemiology and etiology of substance use disorders and their clinical course
  3.        Discuss the impact of substances across the human life-course and on the developing brain in particular.
  4.        Identify screening and evidence-based treatments and recovery support services that can help young people change and sustain adaptive changes over time in the transition to young adulthood.
  5.        List some of the mechanisms of behavior change through which substance use disorder treatments and recovery support services confer benefits for young people. 

Location

Caplin Auditorium, in Withers-Brown Hall, of the School of Law, University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA, with address at 580 Massie Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903-1738.

Caplin Auditorium is in the lower level of Withers-Brown.  The location among buildings of the School of Law may be seen on this graphic map -  Graphic Map of UVA School of Law Grounds [ https://www.law.virginia.edu/pdf/map_school.pdf ]  - and on this topographical map showing Withers-Brown Hall as 'E'  - Topographical Map of UVA North Grounds including Law Grounds  [ http://www.virginia.edu/webmap/ENorthGrounds.html ] . 

An Internet map of the Law Grounds may be found at Internet Map of Law Grounds   [ http://www.virginia.edu/webmap/popPages/49-LawSchool.html ]

The School of Law maintains a webpage of directions at Law School's Page of Directions  [  http://www.law.virginia.edu/html/insider/oriented_cville.htm ]

Arrangements have been made with the School of Law to allow participants parking free of charge in the 'D-3' parking lot adjacent nearby Withers-Brown Hall.  A parking of the University is found at Parking Map of the University   [  http://www.virginia.edu/parking/documents/maps/ParkingMap.pdf ]

Registration

Application for registration is made through your individual user profile created with the ILPPP website. Please create your profile, or get automated help to find your profile if you have forgotten your profile name or password: http://ilppp.virginia.edu/OREM/Registrant/SignIn

After you apply for registration you will receive an automated email confirming that ILPPP has received your application. Acceptance into a program is not automatic because capacity limitations and public mental health system needs are considered. After ILPPP formally accepts a registrant  into the program they will receive a second automated email that confirms registration and includes invoice information and online payment instructions.

Before the program ILPPP will send further information to assist participant's planning. Questions about registration may go to els2e@virginia.edu 

Registration & Cancellation Fees and Refund Policy

Registration fees: Employees of VA DBHDS facilities and Community Services Boards/Behavioral Health Authorities: $70. Others: $195. Cancellation fee: $25

A full registration fee refund will be processed only if the registrant has submitted the cancellation notice to ILPPP no later than 7 days prior to the first day of the program. If registration is cancelled 6 days or less days prior there is a $25 cancellation service charge which will be deducted from the program’s registration fee. The remainder of the registration fee will be processed within 10 days following the end of the training program. Please allow 30 days following the end of the training program to receive the refund. Refunds will be processed according to the method of original payment (check, credit card or EDI-transfer).

Continuing Education and CE accreditations

A general certificate of attendance will be provided at no charge.  This may satisfy many participants' needs.

A professional governed by a health professional regulatory board, office, or agency is responsible for knowing the current law, regulations, rules, and deadlines governing their practice or employment.  Information regarding the various health professional boards within The Virginia Department of Health Professions may be found at http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/

Some participants' needs may require award of accredited Continuing Education credits/hours and may require additional payment beyond the registration fee for the training.   It is the responsibility of individual participants to know what attestation of participation meets their individual needs and to request accredited CE on the day of the program or within one week of the program date.

The program is presented by the Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy at the University of Virginia, jointly sponsored  by the  Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, and jointly provided by the Office of Continuing Medical Education of the University of Virginia  School of Medicine and the Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy. 

Up to 6 hours/credits of CE are expected for this program depending on the final agenda and completion of the training. Continuing education is  awarded only after the completion of the program.  

Continuing Education Accreditations

American Psychological Association: The Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy at the University of Virginia is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy at the University of Virginia maintains responsibility for this program and its content.  

Approval standards require 100% participation in each day for which CE award is requested.

Fees: These credits are available through ILPPP at $6 per credit hour.  Please make check payable to ‘ILPPP’ .

American Board of Professional Psychology / American Board of Forensic Psychology: ILPPP programs convey hours of specialized training in forensic psychology that may be included in application for ABPP / ABFP Board certification in Forensic Psychology.

Office of Continuing Medical Education of the UVA School of Medicine:  Please read  required Statement regarding Education Activity* and Accreditation and Designation Statements** below.

Fees: AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (tm) - sometimes called CME/Continuing Medical Education, of particular interest to physicians - are available at $12 per credit. Other professionals may also be interested in a certificate of Hours of Participation available through joint providership of the program with the Office of Continuing Medical Education of the UVA School of Medicine, which are available at $12 per hour. 

To claim AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (tm)  or Hours of Participation the applicant MUST make payment - in the form of a check, payable to 'ILPPP' - in order to receive a unique code that authorizes claiming credit at a secure website. Claiming AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (tm) or Hours of Participation  MUST  be completed ASAP if not on the program date: the platform for claiming the program's credits or Hours expire 30 days after the program.

Award of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (tm)  or Hours of Participation for partial attendance of a program is possible. Participants must claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the program.

Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board of the Virginia State Bar: For some programs accreditation of CLE credit hours are applied for through the Virginia State Bar's Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board.  This program has not  been approved for CLE credit.

Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services Partial In-Service Credit-Career Development/Elective: For some programs accreditation of Partial In-Service Credit (PIC)-Career Development/Elective hours are applied for through the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) for sworn criminal justice officers under the purview of VA DCJS. PIC award for this program: 5 total hours, approved as 5 hours Career Development/Elective hours.  There is no fee for award of Partial In-Service Credits. 

Other Continuing Education accreditation

A registrant interested in Continuing Education awards other than those  named above may inquire with ILPPP about the specialty accreditation(s)  of their interest.  Specialty CE accreditation require additional time and costs and have strict deadlines; therefore, please inquire not less than 6-8 weeks before the program date in order to allow time to consider the specialty accreditation, make the application if appropriate, and to assign appropriate charges for awarding credit.  Please inquire at els2e@virginia.edu   Thank you.

Of interest to Virginia Social Workers: According to Regulations Governing the Practice of Social Work of the Virginia Board of Social Work at 18 VAC 140-20-10 et seq., Revised December 30, 2015 (Statutory Authority: §§ 54.1-2400 and Chapter 37 of Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia) regarding continued competency requirements for renewal of an active license contact hours of continuing education may be obtained from a combination of board-approved activities, that may include  "workshop, seminars, conferences, or course in the behavioral health field offered by federal, state or local social service agencies, public school systems or licensed health facilities and licensed hospitals“ under 18VAC140-20-105. Continued competency requirements for renewal of an active license. The University of Virginia Health System is a licensed hospital.

For CE credits requiring payment IPPP accepts a check made payable to 'ILPPP'. Credit card payment is not allowed for CE credits.  

Please bring a check with you to the program or arrange to mail the check within one week of the program date.  Thank you. 

If a Commonwealth of Virginia agency is paying for CE credits an EDI (electronic) payment may be made.  Please advise ILPPP at els2e@virginia.edu

Please be sure to complete all requests for CE credits/hours on the program day or within one week of the program date.   Accreditation rules vary but all accreditation agencies have documentation deadlines.  Please request and pay (or advise of payment plans)  for CE on the program day or within one week of the program date. 

For questions regarding CE, please contact Edward Strickler at 434-924-5126 or ELS2E@virginia.edu.  Thank you.

Continuing Medical Education/Hours of Participation required statements:

* REQUIRED STATEMENT REGARDING EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY

Jointly Provided by the Office of Continuing Medical Education of the University of Virginia School of Medicine
and Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy.


** ACCREDITATION AND DESIGNATION STATEMENTS

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the University
of Virginia School of Medicine and Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy. The University of Virginia
School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Virginia School of Medicine designates this program for a maximum of
6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the
extent of their participation in the activity.

The University of Virginia School of Medicine awards hours of participation (equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1
Credit(s)tm) to each non-physician participant who successfully completes this educational activity.
Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy maintains a permanent record of participants who have been
awarded CEUs.