Archived Webinars

CAPT’s recorded webinars offer strategies and guidance for substance misuse prevention professionals.

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Strategies to Reduce the Demand for Prescription Drugs: Findings from the Research Literature (Part 1)

The first in a three-part webinar series, this webinar showcases innovative approaches states are using to prevent prescription drug dependency or misuse.

2017
Strategies to Reduce the Supply of Prescription Drugs: Findings from the Research Literature (Part 2)

The second in a three-part webinar series, this webinar showcases innovative approaches states are using to decrease the availability of prescription drugs for non-medical use.

2017
The Role of Prevention in Addressing Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

This webinar will explore the current evidence for what drives neonatal abstinence syndrome and what works to prevent it.

2017
Getting the Message Right! Considerations for Media Campaigns to Prevent Opioid Misuse and Overdose

This archived webinar presents key steps for developing and implementing a successful campaign to prevent NMUPD/opioid overdose, with an emphasis on developing non-stigmatizing prevention messages.

2017
The Role of Law Enforcement in Preventing Substance Misuse on College Campuses

This webinar explores the unique role of law enforcement in a comprehensive approach to substance misuse prevention on college campuses, as well as opportunities for collaborating with local and campus police.

2017
A Critical Look at Intergenerational Trauma and Substance Misuse: Implications for Prevention

This webinar offers an introduction to intergenerational trauma and its link to substance misuse, and explores ways for prevention practitioners to support and implement trauma-informed prevention approaches.

2018
Collaborating to Prevent Prescription Drug Misuse and Overdose: A State-Level Perspective

This webinar examines the value of collaborating with diverse partners as a strategy for expanding the reach, and deepening the impact, of activities to prevent prescription drug misuse and overdose.

2018
Prevention and Harm Reduction: Opportunities for Collaboration to Address Opioid-Related Overdose

This webinar explores where opioid overdose prevention and harm reduction overlap—and how developing a cultural understanding of each discipline’s philosophy and work can facilitate healthy collaborations.

2018
Engaging People with Lived Experience of Substance Misuse to Strengthen Prevention Efforts

This webinar explores the importance of and strategies for engaging people from the drug-using community in opioid misuse prevention efforts.

2018
The Intersection of Opioid Abuse, Overdose, and Suicide: Understanding the Connections

This webinar is the first in a two-part series that explores the connections between opioid abuse, overdose, and suicide.

2018
The Intersection of Opioid Abuse, Overdose, and Suicide: The Role of Chronic Pain

The second in a two-part series, this webinar examines common characteristics among people with chronic pain and discusses strategies for reducing the risk of opioid overdose and suicide in this population.

2018
A Workplace Wellness Approach for Prescription Misuse Prevention

This interactive webinar, presented by SAMHSA’s Preventing Prescription Abuse in the Workplace Technical Assistance Center, defines “health consciousness” as key to preventing prescription drug misuse, and highlights skills practitioners need to reduce prescription drug misuse in their work settings.

2016
Addressing the Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs: Unique SPF Challenges (Steps 1-3)

This webinar explored common challenges to implementing SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework to prevent prescription drug use and misuse.

2016
An Introduction to Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs

The first in a three-part series, this webinar provides an introduction to PDMPs for practitioners, including what they are, who can access their data, some of their strengths and limitations, as well as general information on how to access the data and use them to support prescription drug misuse prevention efforts.

2017
Beyond the Warning Label: Identifying and Prioritizing Risk and Protective Factors for Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs

The Beyond the Warning Label webinar can help you learn how to assess the risk and protective factors for the non-medical use of prescription drugs.

2013
Collaborating with Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: Opportunities and Challenges

The third in a three-part webinar series, Leveraging Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) Data to Support Prevention Planning, this webinar showcases innovative approaches states are using to reduce prescription drug misuse and opioid overdose.

2017
Cultural Competency for Understanding and Addressing the Prevention Needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) Populations

This is the second in a series of webinars to build the capacity of South Dakota practitioners to address the substance misuse prevention needs of the state's increasingly diverse population.

2016
Cultural Competency for Working with Immigrant Populations

Delivered to state, regional, and local-level prevention practitioners from South Dakota, this is the first in a series of webinars dedicated to increasing workforce capacity to address the needs of the states increasingly diverse population.

2016
Empowering Communities to Address Health Disparities: Practical Steps to Take at the Local Level

Describes ways to enhance community capacity and readiness to engage in activities aimed at identifying and addressing behavioral health disparities, focusing on strategies for improving local-level assessment practices and practical approaches for evaluating community-based interventions aimed at reducing these disparities.

2016
Enhancing the Structure and Function of State/Tribe Epidemiological Workgroups: Session One

Learn the basics of building an epidemiological workgroup and get tips for success from experienced workgroup members.

2015

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