Training in Opioid Use Disorder among US Pediatric Residency Programs
Date survey distributed to APPD membership (eg., 3/2015):
Portion of APPD membership surveyed (eg., Program Directors and Associate Program Directors):
Associate Program Directors and chief residents
Response rate (eg., 50%; 99/198):
Summary of main findings:
Although most U.S. pediatric residency programs provide some education about adolescent substance use gaps in training remain, particularly with respect to education about opioid misuse. Programs in counties with a high overdose burden had more comprehensive training on OUD, but overall rates were low.
Planned presentation at Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine March 2020 National Conference, canceled due to the COVID pandemic.
Manuscript in progress.