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FAFP Substance Use Disorder Education


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Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Education that Meets New DEA Requirement

Beginning on June 27, 2023, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will require one-time attestation of training on management of substance use disorders (SUDs) prior to renewal of a DEA registration.

The FAFP is pleased to offer the following online enduring material activities that satisfy this new DEA attestation requirement.  All FAFP enduring educational programming provided in the FAFP Online Library are offered at no cost to FAFP members and can be completed at their own convenience.


The FAFP featured courses satisfy the completion of the minimum eight hours of substance use disorder education for those learners who review each of the recorded courses and complete the evaluation for each module.

Option 1 : Choose from the following courses and register/complete for each course

  • Introduction to Substance Use Disorder (1.0 CME)

  • Opioid Use Disorder: Primary Care Review (Buprenorphine Basics) (1.25 CME)

  • Sugar and Spice - Not all Things are Nice: Substance Abuse in Adolescence  (1.0 CME)

  • Addiction & Trauma: The Perfect (Brain)Storm (1.0 CME)

  • Smoking Cessation Strategies (1.0 CME)

  • The Fentanyl Crisis from a Law Enforcement Officer's Perspective (1.0 CME)

  • Florida Mandatory: Controlled Substance Prescribing (2.0 CME)




Option 2 : Register for all six new SUD courses and Florida Mandatory Controlled Substance Prescribing (up to 8 CME) by clicking here:



Note: Past FAFP educational activities related to SUD (e.g., Controlled Substance Prescribing) can count towards meeting the requirement even if prior to the enactment of this new training obligation.

Click here for FAFP SUD topics, learning objectives, and SAMHSA core curriculum elements.

For FAQs regarding the new DEA requirement, please click here.

For non-CME Opioid education, click here.

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