A Case Review of Common Scenarios in the Treatment of Medication for Opiate Use Disorder in Primary Care - Shared screen with speaker view
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Good Afternoon! Please ask any questions you may have as we go along. We can take time between cases to review any of them. No question or comment is too big or too small!
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Thank you Dr. Chertok, Dr. Iannacone, and Dr. Roder for presenting those cases and highlighting key skills for care of this patient population.
Do you know the legality a UDS in the event that a patient was not aware why her/his urine was collected?
Thank you. Sounds like more of an ethical than a legal concern.