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The Patient-At-Risk Pathway supports North Zone primary care physicians and their teams in managing patients that may be at risk of opioid use disorder. The pathway is a resource guide and embedded hyperlinks will lead directly to PCN and local/community specific resources.Audience: PCN Physicians and thier teams.Created by: North Zone ORI Project Team (Comprised of the PCN Opioid Response Coordinators)
The Primary Care Clinic Buprenorphine/Naloxone (Suboxone®) Initiation Pathway and Toolkit provides information and tools to support the initiation of buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone®) in primary care. The pathway incorporates the PEER evidence-based induction flow within the initiation process and the toolkit includes many practical tools and links to resources. The pathway is also available as a video which can be viewed here.Audience: Physicians and clinic teams in primary care. Created by: Edmonton Zone Opioid Response Initiative team, with assistance from a clinical working group made up of physicians and health professionals.
The ODP to Primary Care Transition Pathway
provides a visual of the transition process, including roles and responsibilities, as well as links to key resources in order to support successful transition of stable patients from Opioid Dependency Program (ODP) to their family physician in primary care.Audience: Physicians and clinic teams in primary care and the Opioid Dependency Program.Created by: Edmonton Zone Opioid Response Initiative team, with assistance from a clinical working group made up of physicians and health professionals.