This presentation will cover everything needed for the most common knowledge base for opioid tapering.
1. Why are we here? Risks of complications. How the VA got their OSI. Signs of Aberrancy. Providers may not know how to taper properly.
2. Identify reasons for the opioid taper to lower dosage or opioid discontinuation.
3. What are our fears? Our patient's fears?
4. Plan for taper.
5. Examples: Not Buprenorphine or Methadone taper.
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