MATE Act Resource Center For New Jersey Dentists
Medication Access and Training Expansion Act 

 

The MATE Act is a new federal law that requires controlled substance prescribers to complete 8 hours of one-time training on safe controlled substance prescribing as a condition of receiving or renewing a DEA registration. The requirement applies to all DEA registration submissions (Schedules II, III, IV, and V).
DEA

What You Need To Know

• The 8 hours of training must be completed whether it is a doctors initial registration or a renewal registration—beginning on or after June 27, 2023.

• Training does not have to occur in one session. It can be cumulative across multiple sessions that equal eight hours of training.

• In-person and virtual training is acceptable.

• Previous education (up to 5 years) can be applied.

• NJDA has compiled a list of certified training opportunities below

• Frequently Asked Questions can be found HERE

2023 Training Opportunities

 

  • NJDA Oh, The Pain of It All presented by Tom Viola, R. Ph. C.C.P
    1 Hour | Virtual
    Available A La Carte in Licensure Requirement Series
    $49 members / $110 non-members
    June 21 @9:00-10:00AM
    Sept 28 @7:00-8:00PM
  • NJDA Responsible Pain Management: Prescribing, Handling and Limiting Opioids presented by Hillel Ephros, DMD, MD
    3 Hours | Virtual
    $75 members / $225 non-members
    May 31 @9:30AM-12:30PM
  • ADA The Special Considerations of Pain Management and Opioid Use in Older Adults
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $69 non-members
  • ADA Emergency Department Referral Model in Action: Addressing Dental Access Opioid Prevention and Pain Management
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $0 non-members
  • ADA Clinical Practice Guideline for Management of Acute Dental Pain
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $0 non-members
  • ADA The Dental Hygienist’s Role in Supporting Patients with Substance Use Disorder
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $0 non-members
  • ADA What You Need to Know Now About Pain Management As the Opioid Overdose Crisis Evolves
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $0 non-members
  • ADA Opioids, Dentistry and Addiction: The Dentist’s Role in Treating Pain
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $0 non-members
  • ADA The Impact of COVID-19 on the Addiction Field: A Call to Dentists
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $0 non-members
  • ADA Integrating Controlled Substance Risk Assessment and Management into Dental Practice
    1 Hour | Recorded Webinar
    $0 members / $0 non-members
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