American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)

American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)

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Founded in 1985, the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) is an academic membership society organization and joint accredited continuing education provider whose main educational mission is to educate health care professionals in the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders and co-occurring mental disorders. The organization is governed and operated by a Board of Directors, a

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12/28/2023

There are currently positions available for the 2024/2025 Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship Class starting July 1st, 2024. At this point in the recruitment process, applicants do not need to apply through ERAS or N**P Match and can apply to programs with available positions directly.

Learn more about available fellowships and how to apply through the link in bio.

12/19/2023

Thank you to the AAAP dream team for organizing another unforgettable Annual Meeting! From the accommodations and agenda to the awards and abstracts, they went above and beyond to coordinate the 34th Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium.

Pictured, left to right: 
➤ Tammy Borden, Training and Events Manager
➤ Seth Acton, Project Manager, PCSS-MOUD
➤ Jennifer Lundstrom, Project Manager, PCSS-MOUD
➤ Kamolat Ibikunle, Training and Events Coordinator
➤ Nicolas Buendia, Education & Training Coordinator
➤ Michelle Dirst, Associate Executive Director
➤ Kathryn Cates-Wessel, CEO, Executive Director 

Thanks to you all for making this year a smashing success! 👏

12/18/2023

Congratulations to this outstanding group of 2023 Travel Awardees! ⭐️ We were honored to celebrate their hard work and achievements at this year’s Annual Meeting. The future of Addiction Psychiatry is bright with these exceptional individuals leading the way!

Photos from American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)'s post 12/06/2023

Congratulations to this year’s Travel Award recipients! We are excited to honor these exceptional residents, fellows, and early career psychiatrists at the 34th Annual Meeting.

This year’s awardees include:

Regional Award
⭐️ Faisal Ansari, MD - University of Kansas
⭐️ Sharon Chaing, MD - Sidney Kimmel Medical College at TJU/Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
⭐️ Yanni Chang, MD, MPH - University of Washington
⭐️ Raheel Chaudhry, MD - Baylor College Of Medicine
⭐️ Katerina Christodoulides, DO - Rutgers RWJMS
⭐️ Rachel Luba, PhD - Columbia University
⭐️ Kwadwo Owusu-Boaitey, MD, PhD - Harvard Medical School
⭐️ Alvaro Teixeira Filho, MD - University of Miami

International Award
⭐️ Rahul Mathur, MD, DNB Psychiatry - All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

Early Career Research Award
⭐️ Ardavan Mohammad Aghaei, MD - Yale School of Medicine

Sheldon Miller Early Career Award
⭐️ Samuel Dunham, MD - University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dept of Psychiatry

AAAP Award for Medical Student Education (AMSE)
⭐️ Brian Fuehrlein, MD, PhD - Yale University

AAAP Award for Residency Education (ARE)
⭐️ David Crockford, MD, FAPA, FRCPC - University of Alberta

Join us at 7:00 pm on Saturday, December 9, as we celebrate this deserving group of individuals!

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Congratulations to this year’s AAAP John Renner Travel Award recipients! This award is given to exceptional medical students, residents, and fellows who are interested in learning about substance use disorders and co-occurring psychiatric disorders.

This year’s awardees include:

Medical Students
⭐️ Tucker Avra, DVM - David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
⭐️ Brad Johnson, BS - Tulane University School of Medicine
⭐️ Simren Lakhotia, BS - University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
⭐️ Thao Le, PhD - Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
⭐️ Andy Sivils, BS - University of Missouri Kansas City

PGY-1
⭐️ Julio Nunes, MD - Yale University

PGY-2
⭐️ Gibson Anugwom, MD - Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine
⭐️ Charles Bay, MD, MPH - University of California, San Francisco

PGY-3
⭐️ Donald Egan, MD, MPH - The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
⭐️ Alfred Tager, MD, MPH - Charleston Area Medical Center/West Virginia University

PGY-4
⭐️ Shelby Powers, MD, MS - Duke University
⭐️ Arun Prasad, MD - Bronxcare Health Systems, New York

PGY-V/Fellows
⭐️ Jose Flores, MD, PhD, MPH - UCLA Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
⭐️ Nicolas Genovese, MD - UMass Chan Medical School Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship
⭐️ Maureen Murphy-Ryan, MD - University of Washington
⭐️ Crystal Obiozor, MD - Yale School of Medicine
⭐️ Sarah Russo, MD, PhD - Medical University of South Carolina

Join us at 7:00 pm on Saturday, December 9, as we celebrate this deserving group of individuals at the 34th Annual Meeting!

12/04/2023

attendees: Mark your calendars for the Film & Media Workshop on Friday, 12/8 at 5:30 pm! 📽️

Join presenters Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD, , , and special guest Aaron Meyer, MD, for “Outpatient Commitment: The Pros, Cons and Realities of Leveraged Outpatient Care.” 

After the introduction by Chair Dr. , Dr. Rosenberg will briefly review the basic concepts of assisted outpatient treatment, mental health court, and civil vs. criminal courts. Attendees will watch 15 minutes of a film-in-progress on outpatient commitment. The issues advocate Taun Hall (AB-988 Miles Hall Act), writer David Sheff (Beautiful Boy), and psychiatrist Dr. Aaron Meyer will address include: preserving civil liberties and the dignity of the patient vs. the judiciary; the medical community and police imposing standards for care and behavior; the roles of family; new developments in California law; and the impacts of racism, financial inequities and stigma.

Learn more about the workshop and the presenters through the link in bio.

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Flashback to last year’s Annual Meeting! Swipe through for some AAAP 2022 highlights 📸

We’re looking forward to creating more picture-worthy moments at next week! Comment below if you’ll be there and let us know what you’re most looking forward to.

Don’t forget to use the event hashtag ( ) and tag AAAP in your posts📱

Photos from American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)'s post 11/28/2023

Now Available: “The Top 10 Things Every Physician Should Know About Addiction,” developed in collaboration with AAAP, , , and .

Swipe ➡️ to view 10 powerful facts about addiction, all of which were compiled to raise awareness, increase understanding, and combat the stigma associated with addiction and seeking treatment.

Download both “The Top 10 Things Every Physician Should Know About Addiction” and “The Top 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Addiction” through the link in bio.

Photos from American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)'s post 11/20/2023

Now Available: “The Top 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Addiction,” developed in collaboration with AAAP, , , and .

Swipe ➡️ to view 10 powerful facts about addiction, all of which were compiled to raise awareness, increase understanding, and combat the stigma associated with addiction and seeking treatment.

Download both “The Top 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Addiction” and “The Top 10 Things Every Physician Should Know About Addiction” through the link in bio.

11/17/2023

The American Medical Association’s recent 2023 Overdose Epidemic Report finds opioid prescribing by physicians and other health professionals decreased for the 13th consecutive year, down nearly 50% since 2012, while overdoses and deaths related to illicitly manufactured fentanyl, xylazine and other synthetic substances continue to increase.

Despite signs of progress in the past year — most notably, community-based distribution of naloxone by leading harm reduction supporters and approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of over-the-counter (OTC) naloxone — these positive strides are hindered by a lack of meaningful implementation and enforcement of policies that support affordable, accessible, and evidence-based care.

More must be done to address this worsening overdose epidemic to reduce misuse and save lives. AAAP stands with AMA in its call to policymakers and other stakeholders to remove barriers to evidence-based care.

View the full AMA report through the link in bio.

11/15/2023

AAAP has partnered with NIDA CTN to fund the NIDA Mentor-Facilitated Training Awards, a key component of the NIDA CTN Dissemination Initiative, supporting the development of expertise in substance use disorder (SUD), especially opioid use disorder (OUD), through the completion of a mentor-supervised project focused on the adoption and/or dissemination of SUD treatment research and the publication of the results.

Eligible clinicians include early career psychiatrists and addiction psychiatrists, including residents, addiction psychiatry fellows, and psychiatrists. AAAP will consider additional clinical topics that meet the criteria of direct relevance to addiction treatment science and dissemination. For any questions, applicants are encouraged to contact Nicolas Buendia ([email protected]).

Apply by the November 30 deadline; link in bio.

11/10/2023

📢 NEW: AAAP and have jointly developed a crucial Clinical Practice Guideline on the Management of Stimulant Use Disorder (StUD). This groundbreaking guideline is designed to provide evidence-based strategies and clinically informed standards of care for the prevention and treatment of StUD, stimulant intoxication, and stimulant withdrawal.

“Substance use disorders are an escalating crisis. It’s our responsibility to arm ourselves with the most recent evidence-based strategies, like the new clinical practice guideline, to confront this challenge head-on and make a positive impact in our communities.” - Larissa Mooney, MD, President of AAAP.

Together, we can improve the quality of care for people with StUD. Learn more about AAAP and ASAM’s collaboration and download the guideline through the link in bio.

Photos from American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)'s post 11/08/2023

AAAP has partnered with , , and on the development of two “Top Ten” lists. These resources, with succinct and powerful facts about addiction, are aimed at helping to raise awareness, increase understanding, and combat the stigma associated with addiction and seeking treatment.

Download the “Top Ten Things Every Physician Should Know About Addiction” and the “Top Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Addiction” through the link in bio.

11/03/2023

Annual Meeting Alert: Don’t miss keynote speakers Roger D. Weiss, MD, and Eduardo Grunvald, MD at ! 📢 

🗣️ Founders’ Award: “From ‘Addiction vs. Psychiatry’ to ‘Addiction Psychiatry’: A Career Journey,” presented by Roger D. Weiss, MD, on Friday, 12/8 at 8:15 am

Start your day with a networking breakfast before kicking off with opening remarks and Dr. Weiss’ keynote session. Dr. Weiss is a Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Chief of the Division of Alcohol, Drugs, and Addiction at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. Join Dr. Weiss as he reflects on his career journey and shares his perspective on the field of addiction psychiatry.

🗣️ Medical Update: “Advances in Weight Loss Treatment,” presented by Eduardo Grunvald, MD, on Saturday, 12/9 at 11:00 am

After attending symposium III, make your way over to Dr. Grunvald’s keynote session for an informative medical update on advances in weight loss treatment. Dr. Grunvald is a board-certified obesity medicine physician on UC San Diego Health’s bariatric surgery team, as well as a professor in the Department of Medicine. 

In this medical update, Dr. Grunvald will review clinically relevant information regarding metabolism, weight regulation, and obesity, as well as state-of-the-art medical treatments. 

Be sure to circle these two keynote sessions on your agenda! 🗓️ View the full schedule through the link in bio.

Photos from American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)'s post 11/02/2023

In 2022, Congress reduced barriers to prescribing buprenorphine to treat opioid use disorders. However, as there continues to be a treatment gap, much more must be done to expand the workforce and improve clinicians’ understanding of how to treat patients with substance use disorders, including opioid use disorders. 

Join AAAP, in collaboration with the Congressional Addiction, Treatment and Recovery (ATR) Caucus and ATR Caucus Co-Chairs Rep. Paul Tonko and Rep. Dave Joyce, for a virtual congressional briefing, “Substance Use Disorder Education and Training: Improving Access to Treatment,” on Tuesday, November 7, from 12:00-1:00 pm EST.

This briefing will explore legislative solutions to expand and use the workforce more efficiently. Speakers include:

▪️Dr. Frances Levin, Chief of the Division on Substance Use Disorders at NYSPI/Columbia University and Medical Director of the Providers Clinical Support System—Medications for Opioid Use Disorder and the State Opioid Response/Tribal Opioid Response Technical Assistance Grants

▪️Dr. Jeanne Marcelle Manubay, Family Medicine Physician, Assistant Professor of Medicine in Psychiatry, Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

▪️Dr. Michael Hoefer, Addiction Psychiatry Program Fellowship Director with the University of California at San Francisco

▪️Moderated by Dr. Larissa Mooney, AAAP President and Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Director of the Addiction Psychiatry Division in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA

Register through the link in bio.

10/27/2023

On this National Mentoring Day, we are pleased to introduce an exceptional opportunity for our dedicated AAAP addiction physiatrists. We are launching a new application process for AAAP’s Mentorship Program, and we invite you to help shape the future of addiction psychiatry. As mentors, you will offer our trainees and early career members personalized guidance and support.
 
We have refined our registration process to gather more comprehensive details about our mentors. This enhancement allows us to make precise mentor-mentee matches by considering your academic/career interests and commitment level.
 
Mentoring is not merely a way to give back but a significant contribution to advancing addiction care. Your involvement will aid in nurturing talent, promoting professional growth, and fortifying our organization.
 
Ready to make a profound impact? Apply to become a mentor today and help lead the way in elevating addiction care with AAAP; link in bio!

10/26/2023

Will we see you in sunny San Diego, CA? ☀️ Register by the early bird deadline (11/1) to save $100! 

Join us for AAAP’s 34th Annual Meeting from December 7-10 to discuss the latest scientific developments in substance use disorders and co-occurring psychiatric disorders for psychiatrists, primary care physicians, and allied health professionals. 

All of that, plus the warm California sun and plenty of time to rest, relax, and recharge amongst colleagues and peers. Don’t forget your sunglasses and SPF! 😎

Visit our event page to register, book a room under the AAAP rate (deadline 11/6), view the schedule, and more; link in bio!

10/25/2023

AAAP applauds the Requirements Related to the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act’s overarching goal of increasing access to mental health and substance use disorder (MH/SUD) treatment. When the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) was enacted 15 years ago, Congress intended to prohibit discriminatory barriers to MH/SUD care.

However, as practitioners, we are acutely aware of how plans/issuers have avoided compliance with the parity law and its regulations by continuing to impose greater limitations on MH/SUD treatment than on medical/surgical benefits. Strong regulations such as this Proposed Rule are required to address continuing inequities and ensure patients receive the treatment they are entitled to under the law.

Read AAAP’s full comments from our perspective as experts in the treatment of individuals with substance use disorders and mental health conditions, and based on our significant real-life experience with the barriers associated with discriminatory insurance practices, through the link in bio.

10/19/2023

AAAP Annual Meeting: Register by the early bird deadline (11/1) to save $100! 📢

Join us in sunny San Diego from December 7-10 to discuss the latest scientific developments in substance use disorders and co-occurring psychiatric disorders for psychiatrists, primary care physicians, and allied health professionals.

What’s in store for our 34th meeting? Check out by the numbers below! 👇

Visit our event page to register, book a room under the AAAP rate (deadline 11/6), view the schedule, and more; link in bio.

10/18/2023

Join AAAP in marking . Now, more than ever, we urge clinicians to use evidence-based treatment for their patients with substance use disorders and identify and treat co-occurring psychiatric disorders. Transforming the lives of people with SUD is one of the most rewarding aspects of working with this worthy patient population.

Treatment is available. Recovery is possible.

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Don’t miss it: 14 CME Credits available! 📢

Gain a deeper understanding of pharmacotherapies and expand your understanding of topics like brain stimulation, ketamine and psychedelics with the Advanced Addiction Psychopharmacology (AAP) Virtual Course.

Begin with the 9 pre-recorded sessions, and then join the virtual live Q&A on Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22, for amazing speakers and topics, such as:

📌 Derek Blevins, MD: Brain Stimulation For Addiction: Present & Future
📌 Christina Brezing, MD: Sedative-Hypnotic Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy: Inpatient and Outpatient Medication Approaches
📌 Elias Dakwar, MD: Ketamine and Psychedelic Treatments for Substance Use Disorder: Practical Realities and Future Directions
📌 Kevin Gray, MD: Cannabis Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy: Promising Approaches on the Horizon
📌 John Mariani, MD: Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy: Injectable OUD Pharmacotherapy
📌 Richard Rosenthal, MD: Alcohol Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy: From Detox to Relapse Prevention; Medication Treatments for AUD
📌 Kevin A. Sevarino, MD, PhD: Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy: Oral OUD Pharmacotherapy and Pain Management
📌 Jill Williams, MD: To***co Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy: An Underused Arsenal: Varenicline, Bupropion, and NRT

Refresh your knowledge and skills amongst colleagues and peers and get the latest evidence-based options for treating substance use disorders. Register through the link in bio.

We hope to see you there!

10/12/2023

The latest AAAP podcast is live! 🎙️

The practice of addiction psychiatry varies from state to state due to differences in regulation and policies, with some standards of practice stemming from legislation rather than evidence-based medicine as a result. With the help of AAAP, AMA, and other professional organizations, physicians serve a unique and important role in advising policymakers. 

On this episode, we have Daniel Blaney-Koen, Senior Legislative Attorney for the , on to talk about recent successes and advice on how Addiction Psychiatrists can advocate for policy that improves access to quality care for our patients.

Listen on SoundCloud; link in bio.

Like what you hear? Be sure to give us a follow and consider leaving a comment about what you liked most about this episode!

10/11/2023

is extending eased pandemic rules for prescribing controlled substances via telemedicine through the end of 2024. 

As reported by , the new regulations would allow all patients — not just those with preexisting providers — to be prescribed controlled substances without an in-person visit. The agency said it plans to issue new “standards or safeguards” by fall 2024.

“The purpose of this Second Temporary Rule, like the one before it, is to ensure a smooth transition for patients and practitioners that have come to rely on the availability of telemedicine for controlled medication prescriptions, as well as allowing adequate time for providers to come into compliance with any new standards or safeguards,” the DEA stated.

Read the second temporary rule in full; link in bio.

09/29/2023

Will we see you in sunny San Diego, CA this December? ☀️

In case you missed it, registration for the 34th AAAP Annual Meeting and Scientific Symposium is OPEN!

Visit our event page to register (early bird rate ends 11/1), book a room under the AAAP room rate, view the schedule, and more. Link in bio!

09/25/2023

As we near the end of September and National Recovery Month, we take a moment to reflect on how far we've come in treating addiction, and the work that still needs to be done.

We most continue prioritizing access to education, support, and resources to reduce misuse and save lives.

We are also aware that treating addiction goes beyond prescribing medication; successful treatment of all addictions entails a multidisciplinary holistic approach to address the co-occurring psychiatric disorders and complex social needs of people living with addiction. To deal with the root causes of the overdose epidemic and address the broader causes of addiction requires expanded education and training of health care practitioners who are treating patients with substance use disorders (SUDs).

Treatment saves lives. Recovery is possible.

Photos from American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP)'s post 09/21/2023

1 month to go! 🗓️ Join us for the Advanced Addiction Psychopharmacology (AAP) Virtual Course on Saturday, October 21, and Sunday, October 22.

Don't miss the chance to gain a deeper understanding of pharmacotherapies and expand your understanding of topics like brain stimulation, ketamine and psychedelics with the opportunity to earn 14 CME Credits.

Register by 10/1 to secure the early bird rate; link in bio!

09/21/2023

Join AAAP and for the upcoming webinar, “The Opioid Settlement: How You Can Make a Difference,” on Friday, 9/29, from 1-2 pm EST. This is an invaluable opportunity to gain insights into how the disbursement of current and future funds from the settlements with opioid manufacturers, distributors, and retailers is shaping up across your state and others.

Our distinguished panel of experts will shed light on the strategies and approaches adopted at the state and community levels, paving the way for positive transformations in navigating workforce challenges. Discover the possibilities for engagement and explore ethical decision points to consider when planning the distribution of settlement funds.

Register today to secure your spot and ensure you don’t miss out on this webinar — link in bio!

09/19/2023

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09/13/2023

AAAP's Women In Addiction Psychiatry Special Interest Group is excited to announce their next webinar presentation with guest speaker Dr. Katherine Standish this Friday, September 15, at 12:00 pm EST.

“Supporting Women with a Substance Use Disorder in Breastfeeding” will review breastfeeding rates among women with a substance use disorder and discuss barriers and facilitators to breastfeeding. The exhibition will also give the opportunity for attendees to review interventions to support women with a substance use disorder with breastfeeding. We hope to have you attend this webinar to discuss this important topic.

Link in bio to register!

09/12/2023

In 10 days, we'll be kicking off day one of the Addictions and Their Treatment (AATT) virtual live Q&A! 🗓️

Have you registered yet? Earn 41 CME Credits and learn the latest advancements in treating addictions!

Begin with the 25 pre-recorded sessions, and then join the virtual live Q&A on Friday and Saturday, September 22-23.

Physicians, PA-Cs, nurse practitioners, and other professionals who wish to stay updated on the most recent trends in the addiction field, both junior and experienced – this course is for you.

Don't miss it! Register now and start watching; link in bio.

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American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry

AAAP is a professional membership organization founded in 1985 with approximately 1,700 members in the United States and around the world. Membership consists of psychiatrists who work with addiction in their practices, students, residents and fellows, faculty at various academic institutions, and related health professionals making a contribution to the field of addiction psychiatry.

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