“Practicing Medicine in N.C. in the Midst of an Opioid Epidemic” to Include Discussion of N.C. Medical Board Opioid Prescribing Guidelines

The Methodist University Physician Assistant Program will host its first Opioid Conference on April 13, from 3-5 p.m. in the Medical Lecture Hall on the MU campus. This event is free and open to the public, though the discussion will be geared to health professions students, faculty, and practicing clinicians. There is no advance registration required.

Dr. Barbara Walker of the N.C. Medical Board will be the keynote speaker. She will talk about the issues and concerns surrounding practicing medicine while the state is suffering from an opioid epidemic.

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