At the Division on Addiction, our goal is to alleviate addiction-related social, medical, and economic burdens through research, education, training, and outreach. We offer continuing education courses to a diverse group of learners, including health care providers, policy makers, and scientists. Browse our course list below, and visit our website,, to learn more.

The Brief Addiction Science Information Source (BASIS) Microlearning Course: The BASIS Microlearning Course is a free educational opportunity consisting of 28, 1-hour continuing education (CE) modules that offer allied health professionals the opportunity to learn more about addiction research and its implications for treatment and public health. In each module, learners will read 12 science reviews originally published by The BASIS. Learners can earn 1.0 hour of CE credit per module.

COMING SOON! Science Literacy in Your Addiction Practice: Science Literacy in Your Addiction Practice aims to educate clinicians working with clients experiencing mental health and addiction concerns, who are interested in enhancing their knowledge about scientific research and evidence-based practices. This course consists of five lessons where clinicians will not only learn about addiction risk factors, comorbidities, and treatment considerations, but they will also gain a better understanding of how to interpret scientific research and even develop their own research. Learners can earn 1.5 hours of CE credit for completing the course.