Date

May 2017

Document Type

Presentation

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As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Pregnant and Parenting Mothers with History of Opiate Addiction," this presentation describes a qualitative study that will use digital storytelling with pregnant women in a medication assisted treatment (MAT) program as an intervention to promote self-efficacy as well as a patient-centered data collection tool.

Keywords

pregant women, postpartum, opioids, addiction, substance abuse, digital storytelling

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Working with Pregnant & Postpartum Women with Opioid Use Dependence: Digital Storytelling as an Innovative Qualitative Data Collection Tool and Intervention

As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Pregnant and Parenting Mothers with History of Opiate Addiction," this presentation describes a qualitative study that will use digital storytelling with pregnant women in a medication assisted treatment (MAT) program as an intervention to promote self-efficacy as well as a patient-centered data collection tool.