A Comparison of Opioid Abuse Screening Tools of Detection of High Risk Patients in the Inpatient Setting
Southern Hills - LV
opioid dependence, drug dependence, addiction, substance-related disorders, opioid-related disorders, surveys, screening tools
Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms | Diagnosis | Family Medicine | Medicine and Health Sciences
- The United States is currently experiencing an opioid epidemic, which claims 115 lives daily by overdose.
- Tools for identifying patients at increased risk for abuse include: Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain (SOAPP-R) and Opioid Risk Tool (ORT).
- However, data is lacking for the comparison of the two most commonly used opioid screen tools (SOAPP-R and ORT).
- We are comparing the effectiveness of these screening tools for patients being discharged from the hospital who have no "red flags" for abuse.
Publisher or Conference
Gu G, Cheng A, Rahaman D, Wang S-J, Strohm M, Ayutyanont N. A Comparison of Opioid Abuse Screening Tools for Detection of High Risk Patients in the Inpatient Setting. Poster presented at: CSAM 2019 Addiction Medicine Review Course and Board Exam Preparation Track; September 4-7, 2019; Anaheim, CA.