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Use of Medication-Assisted Treatment in Emergency Departments

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This guide examines emerging and best practices for initiating medication-assisted treatment in emergency departments. It also reviews the existing literature and science of the topic, identifies gaps in knowledge, and discusses challenges of implementation.

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PEP21-PL-Guide-5
Publication Date
January 2021

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