- JeanAnne Johnson Talbert
- Full Day
- Audio and Video
- Apr 20, 2016
Case Studies of Hidden Substance Use Disorders in Medical Patients: What Does it Look Like?
- In pregnant patients
- In general medical patients
- In surgical patients
Why is This Topic so Important? And so Challenging?
- Actual relevance in practice
- Morbidity and mortality – complications of substance use disorders
What Do These Substances Actually Do Within the Body?
- Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics principles
- Tolerance and cross-tolerance
- Physical dependence
- Pregnancy-related complications
What Substances Are We Talking About?
- Anabolic steroids
- Club drugs
Street Drugs and Terminology
- Interpreting patient language
- What drugs are they talking about?
Neurobiology of Substance Abuse: You Mean it’s Not a Choice?
- Neurobiology and anatomy of the normal brain
- Substance abuse as a brain disease
- Genetic and environmental influences
Mental Illness and Substance Abuse “Dual Diagnosis”
- Co-occurring illnesses
- Traits and theories surrounding the two
Screening and Assessment Techniques
- Effective questionnaires to screen for substance use
- Techniques to promote open and honest communication from the patient
- Working with the pregnant patient who uses substances
- Assessing your own biases – and how to not let them interfere with your work
The Patient with an Underlying Substance Use Disorder: Withdrawal Symptoms & Emergency Treatments
- Anticipation/prevention of withdrawal symptoms
- Withdrawal protocols
- Medications to treat withdrawal symptoms
- Emergency treatments
- Treatment of the newborn following exposure to substances
- Safety for patients/family/staff
- Effective pain management
- Motivational interviewing – Assessing how to refer the patient following discharge from the hospital
JeanAnne Johnson Talbert, DHA, APRN-BC, FNP, PMHNP, AOCN, CARN-AP, has over 25 years of experience in the medical field as both a family practice and psychiatric nurse practitioner. She is board certified in family practice, oncology, substance abuse/addiction treatment, and psychiatric/mental health. JeanAnne currently owns her own clinical practice and is the medical director for three substance use disorder rehab centers comprised of residential, outpatient, and sober living programs.
She has previously been employed as an Associate Professor at Utah Valley University, chief nursing officer/chief clinical officer at HCA, Mountain View Hospital in Payson, Utah, and the director of medicine and oncology at HCA, Rose Medical Center in Denver, Colorado. In addition, JeanAnne has served as the associate editor and peer reviewer for the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, as well as an expert witness and case reviewer for medical malpractice cases.
JeanAnne earned her MSN from Georgetown University, Doctor of Health Administration from the University of Phoenix, and a Post-Doctorate certificate as a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Rush Medical College.
Financial: JeanAnne Johnson Talbert maintains a private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Nonfinancial: JeanAnne Johnson Talbert is a member of the International Nurses Society on Addictions; American Psychiatric Nurses Association; and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
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