Opioid Crisis and Its Effect on Healthcare Professionals
Theodore V. Parran, Jr., M.D.
Since 1985 Dr. Parran has worked extensively in the area of addiction medicine. He has supervised addiction consult services, directed acute and sub-acute detoxification units, managed methadone maintenance and buprenorphine opioid treatment programs, and supervised inpatient / residential / PHP / and IOP levels of care. He has consulted with County, State and Federal substance abuse agencies, governments and prosecutors regarding substance use disorders, their impact on Society and their treatment and prevention. He has taught and lectured on these subjects nationally and internationally.
Dr. Parran is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine, and his group practice provides medical directorship services to several Substance Abuse treatment programs in northeast Ohio including, St. Vincent Charity’s Rosary Hall, the Salvation Army’s Harbor Light Detox, Stella Maris, GlenBeigh, Windosr-Laurelwood Behavioral Health, and the Cleveland Treatment Center’s methadone maintenance program.
He established the first Addiction Fellowship Program at CWRU School of Medicine in 1990, teaches on the Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship faculty and co-directs the current Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program in the Department of Medicine at St. Vincent Charity Hospital. In 2007 Dr. Parran was named as the inaugural Isabel and Carter Wang Professor and Chair in Medical Education at CWRU School of Medicine.
7.00-7.15pm Welcome Speech
7.15-7.45pm Dinner – Live Musical Performance
7.45- 8.20pm Keynote Speech
8.20-8.30pm Award Ceremony
8.30-9.00pm Dessert Service