Lunch and learn series on opioid stewardship

July 28, 2023

WSHA, a WA State Opioid and Overdose Program key stakeholder, has engaged clinical quality subject matter expertise to support our hospitals and provide the Opioid Stewardship Summer Learning Series. Join you colleagues in these one-hour Lunch and Learn Series on opioid stewardship addressing adult and pediatric populations, reducing stigma through multi-faceted health equity-oriented approaches and opioid alternatives for pain management therapies.

  • Aug. 8 noon- 1 p.m.

Better Prescribing Better Treatment: Opioid Stewardship to Support Adults 65 years + – Washington State Hospital Association (

  • Sept. 1  11 a.m.-noon

Better Prescribing Better Treatment: Dismantling Stigma through Equity-Oriented Approaches in Acute Opioid Prescribing – Washington State Hospital Association (

  • Sept. 6 noon-1 p.m.

WSHA Opioid Stewardship BPBT Learning Series: Alternatives to Opioids – Washington State Hospital Association

Opioid stewardship is a concept rooted in fundamental principles that includes appropriateness of opioid prescribing, mitigating risks related to opioids, monitoring and evaluating use, appropriate storage and disposal of unused medications, the identification and equitable treatment with opioid use disorder, promotion of improving communication between patients and prescribers and patient-centered decision-making. (Tina Seery)


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