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Pathways to Safer Opioid Use demonstrates best practices for safe opioid use among medical practitioners and patients. The goal is to reduce the staggering number of adverse drug events experienced each year due to the misuse of prescription drugs. Users play as four individuals: Dr. Martin Bright, Primary Care Physician; Dr. Katrina Lee, Pharmacist; Rhonda Clark, Nurse; and James Parker, Patient. Each individual has challenges, critical decision points, and an important role to play in ensuring the health and safety of patients living with pain.

Topics

  • Health Literacy

  • Safe Opioid Use and Practices

  • Chronic Pain Management

  • Communication Skills

  • Teach Back Method

  • Multi-Modal Approach

  • Empowering Patients

Methodologies

  • Scenario Modeling

  • Branching Decision Points

  • Interactive Exercises

  • Beautiful Graphic Design

Devices

Devices
Subject

Prevention of Adverse Drug Events

Playable Characters

Katrina

Katrina Lee

Pharmacist

Rhonda

Rhonda Clark

Nurse

Martin

Dr. Martin Bright

Primary Care Physician

James

James Parker

Patient

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Features

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LMS

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Customization

This program can be customized to include your logo and branded assets. We can also add contact information, welcome messages, and relevant HR policies.

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Responsive Design

Our programs are designed from the ground up to look amazing on phones, tablets, desktops, or laptops. No one will miss a thing.

AWARDS

Notable Success

Pathways for Safer Opioid Use won the Communicator Gold Award of Excellence in Film and Video for Health And Wellness and the Telly Bronze Award for Online Video for Health and Fitness.

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Telly
STATS

Let the numbers do the talking

> 9 0 %

Participant Satisfaction

3 1 %

Knowledge Improvement
in Pre-/Post-Test Results

Evidence

Proven Effective

Pathways has undergone multiple studies proving its effectiveness.

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This is such a great activity, and even gets me thinking about my interactions involving other patient issues, not just use of opioids. I will definitely utilize this in training our home care staff!

— Student,
CDC Train

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