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Webinar: Opioid Use Disorders and Criminal Justice Involvement – A Research Overview and Case Study
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Webinar: Opioid Use Disorders and Criminal Justice Involvement – A Research Overview and Case Study

The opioid epidemic is intertwined with historically high levels of correctional supervision in the United States. In this webinar, we will present an overview of overlapping trends in correctional supervision and opioid overdose deaths.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/18/2019
When: Tuesday, June 18, 2019
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST
Where: United States
Presenter: Tyler Winkelman, MD, MSc, Clinician-Investigator, Division of General Internal Medicine
Contact: Diane Perez
(850) 878-2196

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The opioid epidemic is intertwined with historically high levels of correctional supervision in the United States. In this webinar, we will present an overview of overlapping trends in correctional supervision and opioid overdose deaths. We will also provide an evidence synthesis of opioid use disorder treatment among individuals involved in the criminal justice system, with a focus on randomized controlled trials and current guidelines. Finally, we will present our work in Hennepin County to describe one approach to implementing opioid use disorder treatment within correctional facilities and for individuals with recent incarceration.  

Who should attend?

This webinar is designed for medical staff, clinicians, clinical supervisors, program managers, prevention and wellness staff, public health practitioners, community coalitions, and criminal justice staff.

Presented by:

Tyler Winkelman, MD, MSc, Clinician-Investigator, Division of General Internal Medicine, Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute  Assistant Professor, Departments of Medicine & Pediatrics, University of Minnesota

Dr. Tyler Winkelman is an internist, pediatrician, and health services researcher at Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis, MN and an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota. He is a staff physician at the Hennepin County jail. He completed his medical school and internal medicine/pediatrics residency training at the University of Minnesota Medical School. He obtained a master’s degree in health and health care research at the University of Michigan through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program.

Dr. Winkelman studies issues at the intersection of criminal justice and health, with particular interest in Medicaid, substance use disorders, and health care utilization. He works closely with Hennepin County on cross-sector data projects that integrate criminal justice, health care, housing, and social service data to inform county policy and programs. Dr. Winkelman recently lead efforts to implement medication-assisted treatment in the Hennepin County jail and is one of two physicians who treat patients with opioid use disorder while incarcerated. He has written about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on individuals in the criminal justice system and the overlapping epidemics of mass incarceration and opioid use in the United States. His work has been published inJAMA Network OpenJAMA PediatricsAmerican Journal of Public Health, andHealth Affairs and has been featured on NPR, TIME, Forbes, and the New York Times.

Julie Bauch, MS, RN, PHN  
Hennepin County Opioid Coordinator

Ms. Julie Bauch is a registered nurse with a master’s degree in Global Health Sciences from the University of California - San Francisco. Dedicated to improving the lives of those in her community with innovative and sustainable interventions, she has over 15 years of experience in public health, international health, research, and clinical work. Currently, Ms. Bauch is the Opioid Response Coordinator for Hennepin County in Minnesota. She spearheads initiatives to address the opioid crisis by marshalling relevant research and accurate data to help influence decision making. She works collaboratively with variety of stakeholders in a leadership role to develop strategic interventions to further the role of local government addressing this public health epidemic.

 
CEUs:
2 Continuing Education Units/Contact Hours are provided for this event
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