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Adverse Effects of Marijuana (for healthcare professionals)

[…]R. I., D. S. O’Leary, et al. (2002). “Effects of frequent marijuana use on memory-related regional cerebral blood flow.” Pharmacol Biochem Behav 72(1-2): 237-50. It is uncertain whether frequent marijuana use adversely affects human brain function. Using positron emission tomography (PET), memory-related regional cerebral blood flow was compared in frequent marijuana users and nonusing control subjects after 26+ h of monitored abstention. Memory-related blood flow in marijuana users, relative to control subjects, showed decreases in prefrontal cortex, increases in memory-relevant regions of cerebellum, and altered lateralization in hippocampus. Marijuana users differed most in brain activity related to episodic memory encoding. […]
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Guidelines for Physicians Working in California Opioid Treatment Programs

[…]Guidelines by Chapter: CHAPTER 1 PATIENT ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS FLIPBOOK PDF CHAPTER 2 MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT FLIPBOOK PDF CHAPTER 3 MANAGING PAIN IN PATIENTS WITH OPIOID USE DISORDER FLIPBOOK PDF CHAPTER 4 PREGNANCY AND NEONATAL WITHDRAWAL FLIPBOOK PDF CHAPTER 5 COMORBID POLYSUBSTANCE USE FLIPBOOK PDF CHAPTER 6 CONCURRENT MEDICAL CONDITIONS FLIPBOOK PDF CHAPTER 7 COMORBID PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESS FLIPBOOK PDF CHAPTER 8 LABORATORY DATA FLIPBOOK PDF This publication made possible through a SAMHSA Opioid State Targeted Response […]
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Guidelines and Publications

[…]Adolescent Substance Use Standards For Access To Addiction Medicine Services Use of Buprenorphine-Naloxone in the Emergency Department Insurance Barriers to Accessing Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders Identified by California Physicians Minimum Insurance Benefits for Patients with Opioid Use Disorder Minimum Insurance Benefits for Patients with Alcohol Use Disorder Minimum Insurance Benefits for Patients with Nicotine and Tobacco Use Disorder Guidelines Item Name Posted By Date Posted CSAM Guidelines Chapter 1 PDF (147.27 KB) Administration 7/2/2019 CSAM Guidelines Chapter 2 PDF (230.02 KB) Administration 7/2/2019 CSAM Guidelines Chapter 3 PDF (102.33 KB) Administration 7/2/2019 CSAM Guidelines Chapter 4 PDF (171.99 KB) Administration 7/2/2019 CSAM […]

Membership

[…]osteopathic medicine. Associate Member: ASAM: $285 | CSAM: $110 ($395 Total)Open to individuals non-physicians who teach, conduct research or provide clinical care for individuals who are at risk for, or have a substance use disorder. Early Career Physicians: ASAM: $275 | CSAM: $113 ($388 Total)Physicians members in their first two years after completing an accredited residency or fellowship program or in their first two years of practicing Addiction Medicine as a significant portion of their practice. Residents: ASAM: $45 | CSAM: $30 ($75 Total)Interns or residents, with a valid medical license or an equivalent certifying document. Resident membership is limited […]

CSAM Cannabis Policy Statement

[…]Assistance Programs, juvenile justice interventions, emergency room presentations of cannabis-related urgencies/emergencies, rates of use, and the public’s perception of risk associated with cannabis use. B. Professional Research: What constitutes treatment and who gets it; complete separation of medical and recreational cannabis. C. Technical Research: Assessment of cannabis intoxication and driving risks, clinical effects of high-potency extracts and edible products Above Statement Issued October 12, 2015 CSAM Task Force on Cannabis: Itai Danovitch, MD, MBA (co-chair)Monika Koch, MD (co-chair)Seth Ammerman, MDPeter Banys, MD, MScAngella Barr, MDTimmen Cermak, MDIhor Galarnyk, MDRandolph Holmes, MDBrian Hurley, MD, MBACathy McDonald, MDMario San Bartolomé, Jr., MD, […]

CSAM’s 2021 Virtual Addiction Medicine Review Course and Board Exam Preparation Track is closed for Registration

[…]educators will cover 16 key topic areas, with sample exam questions and rationale provided for answers. Test-taking and study tips will be covered. Attendees will have access to review these recorded sessions through November. Access to the High Yield Question Bank is included. Addiction Medicine Review Course: The 2021 all-virtual CSAM conference continues the biannual tradition of reviewing the essentials of addiction treatment while incorporating current evidence-based practices in this everchanging field. The planning committee has selected engaging, dynamic speakers. Read […]
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Join Team DHCS!

[…]we serve. This is an incredible opportunity to support the change management process for a once-in-a-generation moment of behavioral health reform in California. Full-time telework permitted. Board certifications in psychiatry and addiction medicine or addiction psychiatry preferred. For more information, please visit the Cal Careers website. Please share with your networks. Thank you! For any questions, please contact the DHCS Hiring Manager for this position, Jamie Shigetoshi, at Jamie.Shigetoshi@dhcs.ca.gov. Please feel free to cc Ivan Bhardwaj […]

CSAM History

[…]state drug laws. “We got about 20 people together and drove back and forth to Sacramento to lobby for change. Senator George Moscone became an ally and the CMA was on our side. We took the issue to one of the early Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic Conferences and got grass roots support. We got the law changed at last,” Bromley recalled. CSAM’s efforts to move the treatment of addiction into mainstream medicine involved both getting recognition within the CMA and also getting support for the new organization within academic medicine.  The connection with CMA was strengthened by Gail Jara who had joined the CMA […]