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Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse Through the Use of Treatment Algorithms in Student Health Centers

Welcome to the HECAOD podcast!

Today’s episode is hosted by Dr. Ken Hale, Associate Director of the Higher Education Center, with guest, Dr. Josh Hersh, staff psychiatrist at Miami University. Dr. Hersh has been a staff psychiatrist at Miami University for 12 years and has consulted with the Partnership for Drug Free Kids on numerous projects including a panel on stimulant abuse. He has also presented at numerous conferences including ACHA, APA, and the Addiction Institute on the topic of prescription drug abuse among college students.

Please join Dr. Hale and Dr. Hersh as they discuss the prevention of prescription drug misuse on college campuses.

Podcast Guest: Dr. Josh Hersh

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Jamie
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I like the idea of doing a workshop for those taking stimulants, but I am having a hard time figuring out how it could be scheduled. Do you require this before stimulants are prescribed? My concern is that there aren’t enough students being put on stimulants at similar times to garner enough students to have a group (as stimulants are also the last line of defense that is taken by psychiatry at my institution, with strong historical support for attention concerns or testing required). Can you say more about this group and how it is organized?

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