What is the ONE Program?

The opioid misuse crisis has swept across the U.S. and our communities in the past decade. As many as one in four patients receiving long-term opioid therapy in a primary care setting struggles with opioid addiction. 1,2,3

It is important that opioid misuse prevention be moved upstream, to the initial patient encounter. In response to this challenge, faculty members at the NDSU School of Pharmacy and other partners introduced the ONE Program, a three-hour continuing education seminar and patient care process.

The purpose is to equip pharmacists with tools to screen for opioid use disorder to identify patient needs and provide counseling and support to assist them in safely using prescribed opioids.

The ONE Program isn’t just for pharmacists

Provider + pharmacist consultation

Naloxone prescribing

Prescription Sheet  |  About Naloxone

Provider office-based ONE Program screening

Dental   |   Nursing

The ONE Program is using the REDCap secure web application for data collection. REDCap meets HIPAA security requirements. It allows for multiple ways to collect data and provide real time reporting.

You can read the Manual and watch the Video Demonstration.

Learn more about the beginning of the ONE Program at North Dakota State University.

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ONE Program Pharmacists’ Training:

The ONE Program process helps to identify patient risks: