Using BupPractice and Getting Credit
After April 15, 2019, we will no longer be awarding AMA PRA Category 1 credit and therefore access to the content will be free. On the homepage, select a program. Once you finish training, you can receive a Letter of Completion.
First, you need to register for the site. Then you will have access to the content. If you wish to obtain a certificate you must take the post-assessments. After you pass the post-test, you will receive your certificate for the program you completed.
If you are a returning user, please refer to our Welcome Returning Users page for answers to all your questions.
All of our content is available in PDFs. Upon opening the PDF, you will have the ability to download the PDF to view later.
Yes, but it is only possible to receive one certificate for a single experience. If you want to learn more about substance abuse treatment and require continuing education credits, consider our other activities.
If you wish to review content, all the content is free to access and download. The activities are found on the homepage. If you completed the program prior to 6/1/18 and need a copy of your certificate, please contact us to request a copy or refer to our Welcome Returning Users page for answers to all your other questions.
Users may view their certificate by accessing the “My Trainings” page beneath their username in the upper right-hand corner of the site.
Please contact us to request a copy. It helps if you can provide the username or email you used and the list of activities for which you need certificates for.
Clinical Tools, Inc is no longer in partnership with ASAM as of April 14, 2019. After that date, this website will no longer offer an official training activity that satisfies the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) requirement for a DATA-2000 waiver-qualifying training activity. If you completed prior to that date, we will still submit your name to SAMHSA. You may still review the material as supplementary education and receive a Letter of Completion.
Clinical Tools, Inc is no longer in partnership with ASAM as of April 14, 2019. After that date, this website will no longer offer an official training activity that satisfies the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) requirement for a waiver-qualifying training activity. If you completed prior to that date, we will still submit your name to SAMHSA. You may take the individual components of training as separate activities, but these activities will not qualify as waiver training and may not be eligible for board-certified continuing education credit:
A letter of completion for up to 9 hour(s) is available for activities on this website. No board-certified continuing education credit is available at this time.
About the Website
This site was developed to train both providers and other clinicians who treat opioid-dependent patients with buprenorphine or manage and refer patients with opioid use disorder. Our partnership with ASAM expired on April 14, 2019, so we will not be providing Waiver training after that date.
Buprenorphine Practice was developed by Clinical Tools, Inc., funded by a contract with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (#HHSN271200555303C). Clinical Tools, Inc., is a small, physician-run business dedicated to harnessing the potential of the Internet to create scalable, usable, and broadly available tools for health researchers, clinicians, and consumers.
Clinical Tools, Inc. will not share your personal information with any third parties. However, up through April 14, 2019, we will provide ASAM with a list of all qualified learners who have completed the training activity.
You do need to create an account to view the content. You do not need to give personal data beyond your name and email or any form of payment unless you are requesting a certificate.
You fill out the registration form. A copy of your username and password will be emailed to you. After registering you will be asked to log back in.
If you click your name in the upper right corner, you will navigate to your profile. Then the tab “Settings” is where you would update your email or password.
If you’ve forgotten your password, you can request to have it changed. Enter in the email for your account and you will receive a link to change your password.
You will need to set up a new account if you are coming from our previous site (BupPractice.com, SBIRTTraining.com, or OpioidRisk.com). Upon account set-up, you may access the training material that you previously purchased. Please refer to our Welcome Returning Users page for answers to all your other questions.
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