The Substance Exposed Newborns (SEN) Provider Education Work Group is excited to announce the creation of the Colorado Perinatal Substance Use Provider Toolkit, made possible with support from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Evidence-based and inclusive resources provided include clinical guidelines and recommendations, data and epidemiology, and patient handouts and resources, bringing the latest from sources such as ACOG, AAP, and CDC.
Providers can find tools and resources related to:
- patient identification and communication,
- substance use disorder treatment,
- lactation, management of substance-specific impacts,
- community referrals,
- patient education and more!
This searchable online toolkit provides hundreds of resources related to perinatal substance use.
The CHoSEN Collaborative promotes tools, educational resources and learning opportunities to all perinatal providers to improve practice related to care of substance exposed newborns and their families.
The Colorado Perinatal Substance Use Provider Toolkit can be found under the resources section on the CHoSEN Collaborative website. Don’t forget to bookmark this essential tool!
Professionals do not have to be associated with a participating in CHoSEN QIC hospital. Be sure to subscribe to receive the CHoSEN Collaborative newsletter to receive alerts as additional resources are added to this website.