Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute

New ADAI SOR Training Opportunities in 2024

Upcoming ADAI SOR Trainings

The University of Washington ADAI SOR training team would like to announce two series that are starting back up in the new year! Join us at the SOR Emergency Department and Emerging Approaches to Treating Fentanyl Use Disorder calls. 

Emergency Department Call

Fourth Tuesdays Jan – Oct | 9-10am PT

This quarterly call, facilitated by Chris Buresh, MD, MPH, DTM&H, and Wendy Williams-Gilbert, PhD, RN will cover implementing and supporting medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) programs
in the emergency departments. In addition, we hoping to make this series a bit more solution- focused. The first meeting will go through the plan and details and will establish priorities for the rest of the year. After that we will devote part of each meeting to solutions to problems that were previously discussed. These calls are meant to provide a space to share best practices and lessons learned to support patients with OUD who present to the ED.

Registration: Email Ali Lenox,

Who should attend: This series intended audience are individuals working in the emergency department and partnering community agencies preparing or considering MOUD programs. All emergency departments are welcome to participate regardless of SOR funding.

Emerging Approaches to Treating Fentanyl Use Disorder

First Wednesdays Feb – Nov | 12–1:30pm PT

This series, facilitated by Mark Duncan, MD and Maureen Oscadal, RN, CARN, will host thought-leaders and discussions on emerging trends in treating opioid use disorder (OUD) in the era of rising fentanyl and methamphetamine use and overdoses.


  • February – Starting sublingual buprenorphine, best strategies for different circumstances
  • May – Sublocade, could this be the new standard of care?
  • August – Treating methamphetamine, does anything work?
  • November – Beyond medication, the role of whole person care in fentanyl use

Registration: Email Ali Lenox,

Who should attend: This series intended audience is for anyone in Washington State involved in treating people with OUD. All disciplines are welcome and encouraged to join.