Susan K. Hadley, MD, joined COPE Community Services as medical director for medication assisted treatment (MAT) in Sept. 2016. In March 2020, she joined Psychiatry's Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program as faculty. Dr Hadley also works as a MAT provider at CODAC Health, Recovery and Wellness since July of 2018 where she continues to provide MAT services and women’s health services to women on MAT. She is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence and serves on several state and local level organizations.
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- Recognize the herbs Kratom, Kava and Salvia as potential drugs of abuse.
- Identify the pharmacological action of Kratom, Kava and Salvia.
- Understand their impact on mental and physical health.
- Recognize recreational use vs abuse and potential positive vs negative effects.
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