MATE Training

Meet your DEA Substance Use Training Requirements at the Rocky Mountain Symposium

The Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act requires prescribers renewing their DEA registration to have completed at least eight hours of training on opioid or other substance use disorders. This training can be completed in-person at the Rocky Mountain Symposium.

No matter your specialty—cardiology, dermatology, family medicine, internal medicine, oncology, psychiatry, etc.—the Rocky Mountain Symposium is an ideal venue to fulfill your MATE Act requirements and learn how to better identify and care for your patients with co-occurring substance use issues.

While the MATE Act does not require specific courses, we recommend the following sessions at this year’s Symposium:

At the Rocky Mountain Symposium you’ll also have the opportunity to peruse our exhibit hall and learn about treatment programs and resources to help you address addiction in your patients.

If you have a group of physicians who would like to attend, please reach out to Miranda Spinelli for group discount opportunities.

Can’t join us in Denver? We also have online MATE training.