Duke Provider and Nurse Resources
Free Training Opportunities
- Physicians, NPs and PAs who prescribe controlled substances
- Safe Opioid Prescribing (00118466)
- Recognizing & Treating Opioid Misuse & Abuse (00118486)
- Opioids & Pain Management (00118485)
- All three online modules from the Duke Physician Assistant Program meet the NC Controlled Substance CME requirement.
- Controversies in Pain Medicine: Integrating Addiction and Current Legislation with Protecting the patient and the Practice 2017
- Duke Pain Medicine’s opioid safety CME
- Take Our Pain Away: Patients, Practice and Policy of Opioid Epidemic
- Presented by the Duke Policy and Organizational Management program, co-sponsored by Department of Community and Family Medicine, Duke Cancer Institute, Duke Center for International and Global Studies and John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies
- The DUHS Policy Center for Nursing has references on pain assessment and management.
- Variety of LMS for nursing staff, CE Direct (free CE credits)
- NC Harm Reduction Coalition: http://www.nchrc.org
- For information on how to receive additional naloxone, visit: http://www.naloxonesaves.org
Referring Provider Resources
Learn more about how to refer a patient to Duke.
- If you are a referring physician or health care professional, we can help you find the right people, programs and services for your patients. Depending on the specialty needed, appointments can be made within 24 to 72 hours. Call 1-800-MED-DUKE (800-633-3853) or log in to Duke MedLink.
- Duke MedLink is your connection to our EMR system. Through this secure, web-based application, you will have quick and convenient read-only access to view your patients’ medical records, place orders and referrals, and send secure messages to Duke physicians.
- Don't have a MedLink account? Learn more about creating one.