Self-Paced Course

Join us for the first offering in this informative pharmacology course series. This course will explore the pharmacology of alcohol. The presenter will cover how alcohol addiction impacts major brain regions and the acute and chronic symptoms associated with alcohol use. Specific features of alcohol dependence and withdrawal will be discussed. Additionally, we will discuss alcohol use during pregnancy and the categories of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define alcohol addiction and list the components that influence stigma.
  • Describe the acute and chronic effects of alcohol use.

Course developed by the Northwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) with support from SAMHSA Cooperative Agreement Number is: # H79SP080995-01


1.5 Hour Certificate of Completion Available

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Self-Paced Course

This course will explore the pharmacology of opioids. The presenter will cover how opioid addiction impacts major brain regions and the acute and chronic symptoms associated with opioid use. Specific features of opioid dependence and withdrawal will be discussed specifically symptoms that occur when a person is discontinuing their use.

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

  • Define addiction and how it impacts regions of the brain.
  • Describe the acute and chronic effects of opioid use and withdrawal.

Course developed by the Northwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) with support from SAMHSA Cooperative Agreement Number is: # H79SP080995-01


1.5 Hour Certificate of Completion Available

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

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Self-Paced Course

Join us for the third offering in our pharmacology course series. This course will explore the pharmacology of psychostimulants with a focus on cocaine and methamphetamines. The presenter will cover how psychostimulant addiction impacts major brain regions and the acute and chronic symptoms associated with cocaine and methamphetamine use. Specific features of psychostimulant dependence and withdrawal will be discussed specifically symptoms that occur when a person is discontinuing their use.

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

  • Define addiction and how it impacts regions of the brain.
  • Describe the acute and chronic effects of cocaine and methamphetamine use and withdrawal.

Course developed by the Northwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) with support from SAMHSA Cooperative Agreement Number is: # H79SP080995-01


1.5 Hour Certificate of Completion Available

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

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Self-Paced Course

Join us for the fourth and final offering in our pharmacology course series. This course will explore the pharmacology of cannabis. The presenter will cover how cannabis addiction impacts major brain regions and the acute and chronic symptoms associated with cannabis use. Specific features of cannabis dependence and withdrawal will be discussed specifically symptoms that occur when a person is discontinuing its use.

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

  • Define addiction and how it impacts regions of the brain.
  • Describe the acute and chronic effects of cannabis use and withdrawal.

Course developed by the Northwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) with support from SAMHSA Cooperative Agreement Number is: # H79SP080995-01


1.5 Hour Certificate of Completion Available

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

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