Available downloads

All links are direct pdf downloads of ECHO session presentations unless specified.


These files are provided for information only and are not intended to replace the clinical judgement of a practitioner. They should not be used alone to guide individual patient care.

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 PDF Stigma in the alcohol and other drug sector.
Session date: 05/10/2022
Originally presented by Prof. Carla Treloar, from the Centre for Social Research in Health; Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW,
 PDF Anti-social personality disorder and OUD
Session date: 07/09/2022
Originally presented by Dr. Greta Moon
 PDF MATOD – A Tasmanian Perspective
Session date: 23/03/2022
 PDF Prenatal exposure to methadone or buprenorphine
Session date: 16/03/2022
An overview of the long-term effects of prenatal exposure to MATOD drugs.
 PDF Transferring from methadone to long-acting injectable buprenorphine (LAIB).
Session date: 08/12/2021
Special considerations when transferring patients from methadone to LAIB
 PDF Transferring from Sublocade® to Buvidal®.
Session date: 01/12/2021
Important: this session was in response to a temporary global shortage of the 300mg strength of Sublocade® from November 2021.
 PDF Opioid prescribing requirements
Session date: 10/11/2021
A summary of requirements when prescribing opioids.
 PDF Responding to family violence myths with clarity.
Session date: 27/10/2021
Discussion of how to respond to common family violence myth, including those linking substance use and family violence.
 PDF Buprenorphine for mental health.
Session date: 15/09/2021
Does buprenorphine have a role in treating some mental health disorders?
 PDF Drug Court
Session date: 25/08/2021
A summary of the Victorian Drug Court program.
 PDF Reasons for use.
Session date: 11/08/2021
Presents the Reasons for Use Package of clinical tools.
 PDF Opioids and THC
Session date: 04/08/2021
The role of cannabis in pain management
 PDF Opioid dependence and trauma.
Session date: 28/07/2021
Discusses role of trauma history in addiction.
 PDF Harm minimisation in primary care.
Session date: 14/07/2021
Summarises harm minimisation approaches and interventions in primary care.
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