Resources

 

Technology Based Supervision Guidelines

The purpose of this document is to provide substance use disorder (SUD) and other behavioral health professional licensing and certification boards with guidelines and associated rationale for policies regarding the implementation of technology-based clinical supervision (TBCS).
 

3rd Quarter 2016 updates

NATIONAL FRONTIER AND RURAL ATTC 3rd Quarter 2016 updates Most Significant Accomplishment NFAR Summit During this reporting period, NFAR hosted...
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The National Focus Area (NFA) Webinar Series

Most Addiction Technology Transfer Centers (ATTC) focus on offering resources and training to one region. Since 2012, four National Focus...
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Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Using Technology to Enhance Treatment Discuss the use of technology-based interventions for patients with SUDs. List three challenges for practitioners and organizations regarding adopting technology-based interventions.
 

NFAR Summit

The 2016 NFAR Technology Summit will take technology-assisted care to the next level by focusing on how digital health technologies can...
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Telehealth Tuesdays

  Telehealth Tuesdays is a series of media events on using telehealth technologies to deliver substance use disorder treatment and recovery services. Visit...
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