PMP Educational Resources
The publications below are available at no cost to anyone interested in obtaining hard copies. If you are interested in obtaining hard copies of the publications, please e-mail the request to DCP.PMP@ct.gov.
These materials were develop with federal grants funds from both the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Note: Some contact information and website links may be outdated. The CT PMP has moved to a new location in downtown Hartford. Please visit the PMP website at https://connecticut.pmpaware.net to register and access prescription information, and if applicable, visit the Data Collection website athttps://pmpclearinghouse.net to register and upload prescription data.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view and print the materials.
- Oxycodone: Protect Your Teens - Russian
Prescribers and Pharmacists
Connecticut Prescription Monitoring and Reporting System (CPMRS) "Better Data Better Care"
How You Can Help Reduce Prescription Drug Abuse "CPMRS Overview"
How You Can Help Reduce Prescription Drug Abuse "An Overview for Prescribers and Pharmacists"
Quick Reference Card:
PMP Quick Reference Card: "Who's in Charge - Patients Abusing their Practitioners for Prescription Drugs"
Public Service Announcements (PSAs):
Dr. Richard Kamin talks about Prescription Drug Abuse - 20 seconds (WMV)
Parents - 60 seconds (MP3)
Dr. Richard Kamin talks about Prescription Drug Abuse - 60 seconds (MP3)