Video Library: How Hospitals Can Increase Access to Medication for Addiction Treatment

Explore PHI’s CA Bridge on-demand video library of training sessions to expand and deepen your knowledge of treating individuals using the CA Bridge medication for addiction treatment (MAT) method.

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PHI’s CA Bridge is transforming addiction treatment by ensuring that every hospital in California provides 24/7 access to evidence-based care, treating substance use disorder like any other life-threatening condition.

Explore CA Bridge’s video library to find recorded trainings and resources to help emergency departments (EDs) and hospitals increase access to Medication for Addiction Treatment (MAT).

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The videos are designed for clinicians and substance use navigators (SUNs), and cover clinical treatment; navigation to care; and culture of harm reduction. Search dozens of videos by topic, implementation level or your professional designation. Explore and review past training sessions to expand and deepen your knowledge, including:

  • “But we don’t have an opioid problem”: Breaking Down Barriers and Finding Buy-in Where There Is None
  • Culture of Care: Saving Lives Through Substance Use Disorder Treatment
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Rapid MAT via Telehealth
  • Stigma and Inequity in OUD Care
  • Trauma-Informed Care for Navigators
  • Connecting Patients to On-Going Care
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