The American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT), in joint providership with AKH Inc (Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare), and partnership with AAENP (the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners) is pleased to offer a new opportunity to help DEA-licensed healthcare practitioners (with the exception of those in exclusive veterinary practice) satisfy the eight-hour training requirement on the treatment and management of opioid or other substance use disorders mandated by the Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act.
These CE accredited webinar-based activities can be purchased individually or as a 4-activity package (a $40 savings). Each activity is accredited and has its own Continuing Education certificate. When packaged together, the 4 activities award 8.50 credits, more than the requirement needed to maintain DEA licensure.
ACMT's MATE ACT Education
The ACMT DEA MATE Act SUD Educational Package consists of 4 separate activities. Attendees can register for each activity separately as meets their needs or interest, or sign up for the 4-activity package (a $40 savings!). Each activity is accredited and has its own Continuing Education certificate. When packaged together, the 4 activities award 8.50 credits, more than the requirement needed to maintain DEA licensure.
- Activity 1: Clinical Updates on Substance Use Disorder (2.75 CR)
- Activity 2: Substance Use Screening and Treatment Approach in the ED – Opioids (1.50 CR)
- Activity 3: Substance Use Screening and Treatment Approach in the ED – Non-Opioids (1.25 CR)
- Activity 4: Highlights from Addiction Toxicology Case Conferences (3.0 CR)
The education does not have to occur in one session–it can be cumulative across multiple sessions. CE activities listed on this page can be taken in any combination to fulfill the eight-hour requirement.
All Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)-registered practitioners who treat patients with opioid or other substance use disorders, including: physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and dentists.
This requirement applies to new or renewing DEA registrants. Evidence of completed education will be requested after June 27, 2023 whenever a provider applies for a new or renewed DEA registration to be a licensed prescriber of controlled substances. For more info, check out our frequently asked questions (FAQs).
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For this activity, ACMT is partnering with AKH, a trusted source for accredited CE, to offer you two options to satisfy your MATE Act requirement. Choose the format you prefer - on-demand webinars from ACMT or text-based monographs from AKH - and select the hours you need.
For details, visit AKH:
ACMT is pleased to partner with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AAENP) for these activities.