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Buprenorphine Provision by Early Career Family Physicians.

Tong, Sebastian T; Hochheimer, Camille J; Peterson, Lars E; Krist, Alex H.
Ann Fam Med; 16(5): 443-446, 2018 Sep.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | Set 2018 | ID: mdl-30201642
Resumo: Buprenorphine can be used in primary care to treat opioid use disorder, but many family physicians feel unprepared to care for patients with opioid addiction. We sought to describe preparedness to provide and current provision of buprenorphine treatment by early career family physicians using data from the 2016 National Family Medicine Graduate Survey. Of 1,979 respondents, 10.0% reported preparedness to provide buprenorphine treatment, and 7.0% reported current buprenorphine provision. Residency preparation to provide buprenorphine treatment was most highly associated with current provision (odds ratio = 13.50; 95% CI, 7.59-24.03). Efforts to increase buprenorphine training may alleviate the workforce shortage to treat opioid use disorder.