Dr. Gerald Scott Winder is a clinical associate professor in the Departments of Psychiatry, Surgery, and Neurology at the University of Michigan. He holds a medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and a masters of science degree from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. He completed a general psychiatry residency and a consultation-liaison psychiatry fellowship at the University of Michigan. As a consultation-liaison psychiatrist, Dr. Winder specializes in the psychiatric care of the medically ill. In this clinical niche, he has co-founded specialty clinics embedded in organ transplantation, neurology, and hepatology working on interprofessional teams providing integrated psychiatric and medical care to patients whose diseases cross medical disciplines.
Managing AUD and Medical Marijuana Use in Transplant Candidates
The Alliance Conversation Series is a cost-free, fast-paced collaborative opportunity. Through shared insight, multidisciplinary experts identify solutions to critical challenges affecting the community of practice. The Alliance is not an advocacy organization and always intends to maintain an objective and unbiased perspective.
Overview: This session will explore managing AUD and Medical Marijuana use in transplant candidates. We will discuss equity of access to transplant, establishing an AUD program, resources and support needed, and how to advocate for these resources at your center.