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Employee Assistant Program (EAP)
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- Outpatient Mental Health
60 outpatient visits per year for "serious mental illness"
20 outpatient visits per year for non-serious illnesses
- Inpatient Mental Health
45 days, maximum per year of acute inpatient treatment of "serious mental illness" in acute inpatient, crisis stabilization unit, or child and adolescent residential treatment center.
- Alcohol/Chemical Dependence
All medically necessary outpatient services are covered
JAMA, Volume 304, Issue 11
- Model Curriculum on Drug Abuse and Addition for Residents in Anesthesiology
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- Yee P. Brain cramp: the emergency physician’s worst nightmare. Ann Emerg Med 2002;39:329–330.
Maillet M, Ephgrave K. Temporarily impaired surgeons and calling for help. Am J Surg 2004;187:3–5.
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To improve drug abuse and addiction training of future physicians, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), has unveiled a series of new teaching tools, through its Centers of Excellence for Physician Information Program (NIDA CoEs). The new NIDA CoE curriculum resources provide scientifically accurate information on substance abuse, addiction and its consequences to help meet the educational needs of medical students, residents and medical school faculty. The first seven curriculum resources include lectures, problem-based case studies, a faculty workshop, and a web module, any of which can be incorporated into existing medical curricula. http://www.drugabuse.gov/
- LIFE Curriculum: http://www.lifecurriculum.info/programtour/
- Medical Students with Disabilities: A Generation of Practice.
Merry N. Miller, MD, K. Ramsey Mcgowen, PhD, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, James H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City. The Painful Truth: Physicians Are Not Invincible. South Med J 93(10):966-972, 2000. © 2000 Southern Medical Association http://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/root/vumc.php?site=cph&doc=710
- The Family In Addiction and Recovery
- Warning Signs of Impairment
- TMA: Do You Know a Resident Who Needs Our Help?
- TMA: Substance Abuse Among Physicians: A Guide for Medical Students, Residents, & Practicing Physicians