This Hangout took place on June 4th, 2018.
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The panel included:
Monique Tula, Harm Reduction Coalition
Mishka Terplan, Virginia Commonwealth University
Joan Blakey, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Moderated by Yamini Oseguera-Bhatnagar
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Here is a list of resources for further information relating to this Hangout:
Clinical guidance regarding pregnancy and substance use:
- SAMHSA Guidance on care for women with Opioid Use Disorder
- Maternal Safety Bundle for pregnant women with Opioid Use Disorder
- American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology Committee Opinion on Opioid Use and Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnancy
- American Society of Addiction Medicine?s Public Policy Statement on Substance Use, Misuse, and Use Disorders During and Following Pregnancy, with an Emphasis on Opioids
- National Perinatal Association Position Statement on Perinatal Substance Use
Academic papers on substance use among women:
- Women and the Opioid Crisis: Historical Context and Public Health Solutions
- Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and Ethical Approaches to the Identification of Pregnant Women Who Use Drugs
- Barriers to Integrated Treatment of Substance Abuse and Trauma Among Women
- ?Keeping It Real?: The Relational Effects of Trauma Among African American Women and Their Substance Abuse Treatment Counselors
- We’re All in This Together: Moving Toward an Interdisciplinary Model of Practice Between Child Protection and Substance Abuse Treatment Professionals
- Strengths and Challenges of a Prostitution Court Model
Additional Academic papers:
- Brief report: Methadone treatment of injecting opioid users for prevention of HIV infection.
- Opiate withdrawal.
- Co-occurring intimate partner violence, mental health, and substance use problems: a scoping review
- Substance Use and HIV Among Female Sex Workers and Female Prisoners: Risk Environments and Implications for Prevention, Treatment, and Policies
- Stigma a major barrier to treatment for pregnant women with addictions
- Extrinsic Barriers to Substance Abuse Treatment among Pregnant Drug Dependent Women
- Perinatal substance use: a prospective evaluation of abstinence and relapse.
- Substance use during pregnancy
Other learning resources:
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