“Your chance to sign up and make a difference”: The RACGP program boosting care for people with opioid dependence

Royal Australian College of GPs

The Royal Australian College of GPs (RACGP) is encouraging Victorian GPs, future GPs, and nurse practitioners to boost their skills in helping patients with opioid dependence.

It comes amid a severe shortage of doctors prescribing medication for opioid dependence. The College has responded by relaunching its Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependence (MATOD) training program.

RACGP Victoria Chair Dr Anita Munoz urged those eligible to sign up.

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