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The Compass Opioid Stewardship Coaches Top 5 Podcast aims to provide clinicians with both recent and landmark medical literature to keep them up to date on in their practice. Episodes highlight topics such as pain management, alternatives to opioids, buprenorphine and methadone treatment, substance use disorders, health equity, harm reduction and more! Dr. Don Stader, a Board Certified Addiction Medicine Physician, and Clinical Pharmacist, Dr. Susan Bradley, lead the discussions, emphasizing ...
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Angela Kennecke is a journalist who lost her 21-year-old daughter Emily to fentanyl poisoning on May 16, 2018. Angela is "grieving out loud" to try to put an end to this epidemic by stopping the stigma and promoting the treatment of substance use disorder as the disease it is. Anyone coping with loss and looking for inspiration can benefit from listening to this podcast.
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Welcome to Opioid Voices, which is offered by the American Opioid Project. Opioid Voices features interviews with real-life individuals who are making a difference amidst the opioid crisis. For more information, visit www.americanopioid.org. Cover art photo provided by Katrina Knapp on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@katrina_k
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Compass Opioid Stewardship Program Podcast

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The Compass Opioid Stewardship Program aims to combat the opioid epidemic through education. The program aims to accomplish the following goals: 1. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about best practices for prescribing opioids 2. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about non-opioid pain management therapies 3. Reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions prescribed by eligible prescribers
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"They met when she could not speak and he could not hear. They met in the most affordable day care center in the City of Ragle, one of the nation's many flashpoints of the opioid crisis. He was two. She was three. They relied on each other for survival." American Opioid is a research-backed fictional narrative about the opioid crisis, written and narrated by Jamal Khan. More information is available at www.americanopioid.org.
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The Compass Opioid Stewardship Clinical Cases podcast aims to provide clinicians with practical skills for managing patients on chronic opioid therapy. This 11 part podcast series introduces a framework to approaching clinical encounters with legacy patients on long term opioid therapy. Episodes highlight clinical patient scenarios through roleplaying and are followed by a discussion of the science, structure and pertinent clinical skills by Board Certified Addiction Medicine physician Dr. D ...
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The Compass Opioid Stewardship Program aims to combat the opioid epidemic through education. The program aims to accomplish the following goals: 1. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about best practices for prescribing opioids 2. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about non-opioid pain management therapies 3. Reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions prescribed by eligible prescribers
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Outlining the family journey and sharing experiences for those with loved ones in active addiction or fighting addiction in a recovery program. The host Hank has a loved one who has battled drug addiction and uses candor, real examples, and humor to share a story that is real and hopeful - and always genuine.
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The opioid epidemic has been declared a public health emergency and requires understanding and help from all areas of our country. This podcast aims to help educate the public on the stigma of addiction, and why it is important to address it. Through the understanding of Opioid Use Disorder and opioid overdose, we hope to help reduce the stigma within listeners. Our goal is for this recording to inspire you to advocate for, protect, and help those who use opioids. We hope that listeners will ...
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Dr. Don Stader, MD, and Dr. Rachael Duncan, PharmD, discuss the economic, racial, geographic, and social factors that often limit our patient’s abilities to achieve their greatest health. In this mini-series, they explore the policy and practice solutions that promote equity and advance the health and healthcare of our patients and communities. Through informational episodes and expert interviews, this series hopes to help craft a more equitable, just, and healthy nation.
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Tom Wolf embodied the quintessential image of a middle-class family man—married, with two children, living in the suburbs, and holding a steady job as a child support officer. However, his life took a drastic turn after a seemingly routine foot surgery led to a prescription for painkillers. Listen as we delve into Tom's journey from a happy, hardwo…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing the link between chronic opioid therapy and immune and endocrine function, methadone treatment for illicit fentanyl use, the surprising efficacy of ibuprofen in treating acute pain, and more! Effects of Opioids on Immune and…
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"Slow Dancing with the Devil"--that's the title of Susan Bartz Herrick's book that's now being turned into a screenplay. It's a story that the grieving mother never wanted to write--a heartbreaking memoir of her son's relentless 20-year battle with substance use disorder, a fight he unfortunately lost due to fentanyl poisoning. But Susan's narrativ…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing mindfulness-oriented recovery enhancement, accidental substance-related acute toxicity deaths in older adults, and more! Mutual Mistrust: The Multilayered Experiences at the Intersection of Healthcare and Early Parenting Amo…
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The statistics are deeply troubling. Between 2007 and 2021, youth suicide rates surged by more than 60%. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that teens living in the most impoverished areas were 37% more likely to die by suicide. However, this distressing trend isn't confined to those facing socioeconomic challenges; it…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing buprenorphine in pregnancy, pain catastrophizing, stimulant use in youth, and more! Low-dose Induction of Buprenorphine in Pregnancy: A Case Series Published in The Journal of Addiction Medicine, Jan/Feb 2024 Opioid Prescrib…
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Fentanyl—dubbed by some as America's haunting "F" word—continues to carve a path of destruction across the nation. With the U.S. facing its deadliest drug epidemic in history, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says fentanyl is one of the main culprits. But today, on National Fentanyl Awareness Day, we're not just dwelling on the bleakn…
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As the inspiration behind characters in the award-winning books "Dopesick" and "Raising Lazarus," Ed Bisch shares his journey of turning personal tragedy into a force for powerful change. Following the heart-wrenching loss of his high school son to an OxyContin overdose early in the opioid epidemic, Bisch took on the daunting task of raising awaren…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing the efficacy of 4 mg vs 8 mg naloxone nasal spray, a recent 29% decrease in overdose deaths associated with the injection route, but a 79% increase in smoking route overdoses, and more! Cutaneous Electroanalgesia for Relief …
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Eight years have passed since the world lost Prince, an unparalleled musical force and one of America's most revered artists. During his life, the creative genius sold over 100 million records, ranking him among the best-selling musical artists ever. However, despite his worldwide fame, the circumstances surrounding his sudden death from fentanyl p…
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From a young age, Sarah Spier seemed destined for success. At 18 years old, she landed a job as a film specialist for the Academy Award-winning movie No Country for Old Men. But her Hollywood dreams quickly turned into a nightmare of heroin addiction. Sarah fell in love with a drug dealer, thinking it was a modern-day Romeo and Juliet tale. No one …
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing telemedicine associated buprenorphine initiations showing better treatment retention rates than in-office buprenorphine initiations, adolescents participating in more than one high school sport having a 30% greater risk of f…
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World-renowned actor Michael Keaton has won several awards, including his first Emmy, for his performance in the Hulu series "Dopesick." The "Batman" actor portrays a hard-working doctor in a small mining town who gets addicted to the pain pills he starts prescribing. Today on Grieving Out Loud, we have an exciting interview with the man who was th…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing a novel sodium channel blocker showing promise in acute pain, ketamine vs. morphine for out of hospital analgesia, factors associated with overdose of young adults, and more! Selective Inhibition of NaV1.8 with VX-548 for Ac…
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Ever feel like you've hit a certain age, and your chance to impact the world has passed you by? In today's Grieving Out Loud episode, we'll introduce you to Neil Jackson, who proves that age is just a number. In his early 60s, Neil faced the devastating news of a rare cancer diagnosis and the slim odds of survival after a risky surgery. But his sto…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing the potential of artificial intelligence in responding to patient inquiries, the association between distance and duration of MOUD treatment, the link between chronic pain and SUD in young adults, and more! Long-Term Outcome…
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From FOX News to CNN and ABC, Amy Neville has found herself under the national news spotlight, but it's for a cause she wishes never existed. Amy faced the heart-wrenching loss of her 14-year-old son, who, on the brink of his first year in high school, ingested what he thought was oxycodone, a purchase made through Snapchat. Now, Amy is on a missio…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing health equity factors associated with abrupt opioid discontinuation, an overview of nociplastic pain, a 66% reduction seen in all-cause mortality for VA patients admitted to SUD residential treatment, and more! Factors Assoc…
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As a seasoned paramedic, Shani Reisnour has seen the painful impact of our nation’s drug crisis up close. But she never expected it to hit her family. Unfortunately, fentanyl doesn’t discriminate. In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, Shani opens up about her daughter’s struggle with substance use disorder, shares the lessons she’s learned, and wha…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing the link between opioid prescribing and suicide, the role of GLP-1 receptor agonists in the treatment of SUDs, the positive data on using amitriptyline, pregabalin and duloxetine in diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain, and …
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With a record number of Americans using marijuana, cannabis use disorder is also on the rise. Recent research published in The Journal of the American Medical Association finds that more than one-fifth of people who use cannabis struggle with dependency or problematic use. In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, Chris Raeford courageously opens up ab…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing the new opioid antagonist nalmefene, the 6% increase in buprenorphine prescribing associated with the x-waiver repeal, brain signals associated with chronic pain, and more! Scientists Find Brain Signals of Chronic Pain, Publ…
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As one of the most popular podcasters in the world, Meghan Judge has seen a lot of success throughout her career. She’s also married to a Hollywood actor, but now she speaks out about the trauma she survived starting at a young age. Because of all of her grief, abuse, and abandonment issues, doctors diagnosed Meghan with Complex PTSD. In this episo…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing buprenorphine vs methadone treatment for OUD, the link between gabapentinoids and COPD exacerbations, the significant decrease in overdose mortality rates seen in Sweden after rolling out take-home naloxone, and more! Gabape…
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With fentanyl being the number one killer of Americans under 50, it’s more important than ever to have easy access to naloxone, which can reverse opioid overdoses. In fact, naloxone has saved the lives of tens of thousands of people. Today, on a heartfelt episode of Grieving Out Loud, we are privileged to have Justin Phillips join us—a remarkable w…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing the benefit of physical therapy over glucocorticoid injections in osteoarthritis of the knee, the link between adolescent mortality data and presentation to an emergency department for an alcohol-related cause, and more! Phy…
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In an era where streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu bring the grim realities of America’s opioid crisis to the forefront through compelling narratives and star-studded casts, the painful truth hits home for countless families. Among them is Sandra Martinez, whose daughter Qarinna’s journey began with a seemingly benign prescription for opioid…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing methadone treatment in patients with cancer, undiagnosed mood disorders in 75% of study patients with musculoskeletal pain, telehealth benefits in the treatment of OUD, and more! Juggling Two Full-Time Jobs - Methadone clini…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks, discussing overdose fatalities quadrupling among older adults, how to manage buprenorphine during surgery, statistically significant abstinence rates seen with the use of extended release buprenorphine, and more! Perioperative Buprenor…
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Over the last ten years, Lauri Badura has been on a determined quest to confront the escalating crisis of fentanyl-related deaths. Despite her unwavering dedication, the shadow of this epidemic continues to grow. Lauri's path to advocacy was marked by personal tragedy in 2014 when she lost her son, Archie, to an overdose. This loss became the catal…
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Originally released on July 18th, 2022 Today's episode is an unexpected revisit dedicated to the memory of one of our past guests. Maryrose Fealey was a TikTok star who gained fame after she shared her relationship with her brother, Ian, who suffers from substance use disorder. Her journey was also shown in an eye-opening documentary that followed …
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Pharmacotherapy for Alcohol Use Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Published in JAMA, November 2023 Integrating Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Into Primary Care Settings Published in JAMA, August 2023 Is Acetaminophen Benef…
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Buying drugs online is "nearly as convenient as using one's phone to order a pizza or call an Uber," a report by Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser found. Sadly, an increasing number of grieving parents are painfully discovering the truth behind this statement. Chris Didier's 17-year-old son Zach was an Eagle Scout, talented soccer player, and s…
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In this episode, Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Does Screening for Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care Increase the Percentage of Patients With a New Diagnosis?, Published in The Annals of Internal Medicine, October 2023 A Painful Subject: Interactive Medical Case, Published in the…
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Wine Wednesday, Mom Juice, Liquid Courage--our culture has all sorts of cute catchphrases encouraging people to drink. In fact, excessive drinking seems to be normalized, but unfortunately, it's also one of the leading preventable causes of death in the U.S., with more than 380 Americans dying every day. In this heartfelt episode of Grieving Out Lo…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Use of Medication for Opioid Use Disorder Among Adults With Past-Year Opioid Use Disorder in the US, 2021, Published in JAMA in August, 2024 using data from the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) Intranasal Naloxone Ad…
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How do you navigate life's unexpected challenges? Do you crumble under the weight, foster resentment, or embrace each trial as an opportunity for personal growth? In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, we welcome Lynn Gillette, who, at first glance, seemed to have life all figured out. With her children's recent high school graduation, she entered a…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Patient and Provider Perspectives on Processes of Engagement in Outpatient Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder: A Scoping Review, Published in the Community Mental Health Journal, September 2023 Inherited Patients Taking Opioids for Chro…
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Imagine a trip brimming with celebration and laughter—Carol Wolfe's son, Josh, embarked from Nebraska to Nashville, eager to witness the heartfelt "I dos" of two dear friends. Little did anyone know that this journey, meant for joy, would take an unexpected turn. Post-wedding festivities, Josh and a friend, decided to extend their Nashville stay fo…
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As an experienced mental health nurse practitioner, John Lally has extensive knowledge of mental health and substance use disorder issues. Yet, when his son confronted the challenges of anxiety, depression, and addiction, John discovered the profound difficulty of navigating such struggles. In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, John not only shares…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Trends in Opioid Toxicity–Related Deaths in the US Before and After the Start of the COVID-19 Pandemic, 2011-2021, Published in JAMA, July 2023 I returned to medicine after my opioid addiction. What I learned can help patients — and ot…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Technology-Assisted Buprenorphine Treatment in Rural and Nonrural Settings Two Randomized Clinical Trials, Published in JAMA, Sept 2023 Examining the Primary Care Experience of Patients With Opioid Use Disorder: A Qualitative Study, Pu…
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Our journey on Grieving Out Loud has been extraordinary over the past year. We've been graced by the voices of countless individuals who, with unwavering bravery, shared the intimate and challenging chapters of their lives entwined with substance use disorder. In these narratives, we've not only heard the heart-wrenching stories of parents who, des…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Long-term Outcomes Following a Comprehensive Quality Assurance and Process Improvement Endeavor to Minimize Opioid Use After Kidney Transplant, Published in the Clinical Transplantation Journal in June 2020 Regular Acetaminophen Use an…
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In this episode Dr. Stader and Dr. Bradley summarize and offer key insights for the following Coaches Top 5 picks: Initial opioid prescription characteristics and risk of opioid misuse, poisoning and dependence: retrospective cohort study, Published in the British Medical Journal of Quality and Safety July 2023. Substance use disorder approaches in…
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Originally Released on November 30th, 2022 Season's greetings from Grieving Out Loud! For this holiday special, we're revisiting an episode that holds valuable insights for many. Our guest today, Dr. Mark Vande Braak, played a significant role in host Angela Kennecke's grief journey following the loss of her 21-year-old daughter, Emily. As a thanat…
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Grieving Out Loud host Angela Kennecke received a special invitation to the White House this year, where she met with some of America's top government officials working to end the historic drug crisis. The visit included discussions with prominent figures such as our nation's drug czar, the CDC director, and the Second Gentleman, Douglas Emhoff, Vi…
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In this episode of "Grieving Out Loud," host Angela Kennecke engages in a poignant discussion with Lisa Gennosa, a physician assistant and author of Incurable Hope: A Memoir and Survival Guide for Coping with a Loved One's Addiction. Despite Lisa's medical background and being married to a doctor, she found herself unprepared for her son's struggle…
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A record 112,024 Americans have died in the past year from drugs alone; that's around 307 people every day. Today's Grieving Out Loud guest, Natasha Combs, feared she would become a part of that statistic. Natasha struggled with substance use disorder after a surgery where she was prescribed painkillers, coupled with the fact that she was battling …
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Originally released on March 6th, 2021 From the loss of a loved one to grappling with addiction and facing job loss – life presents us with countless challenges. While the list may seem never-ending, maintaining the right mindset can empower you to overcome and persevere and discover moments of joy amidst painful circumstances. On this episode of G…
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