Medical Director & Clinician Trainer
Phillip is a board-certified and practicing internist, infectious disease specialist, and addiction medicine specialist. He attended or trained at Brown University, Columbia University, the University of California, San Francisco, and the University of Washington.
Brian Wylie, OTD, MPH
Brian is a San Francisco and Bay Area
native. He received a BA from UC Berkeley, an MPH from Harvard, and a Doctor of Occupational Therapy from USC. When he’s not at work he likes to write.
Rebecca Martinez, FNP
Rebecca is a board-certified family nurse practitioner, who completed her Master’s of Science in Nursing at UCSF in 2014. She has made her professional home at the intersection of substance use management, HIV and hepatitis prevention, and primary care, and is energized by her community on a daily basis.
Bunny Taylor, DNP, PHN, FNP-C
Bunny is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. They completed their Doctorate in Nursing Practice in 2018 from Samuel Merritt University with a focus on sexual and reproductive health education for former foster transitional-age youth. Bunny's clinical background is inclusive of providing mental, sexual, gender-affirming, harm reduction centered, and public health care.
Claire graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Public Health and Public Policy. She currently works on the CIAO project at CSUH. She is passionate about health equity, her dogs, and a good coffee.
The Center for Innovation in Academic Detailing on Opioids (CIAO) initially began as a project funded by the California Healthcare Foundation to provide academic detailing services about naloxone prescribing for patients on opioid therapy.
Supported by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), CIAO expanded to provide academic detailing training and technical assistance on opioid stewardship to county-level public health workers, clinicians, and healthcare systems in California. In addition, to naloxone prescribing, CIAO started offering trainings on other topics including the use of urine toxicology, management of opioid use disorder and chronic pain, and controlled substance monitoring programs.
Upon receiving additional funding and support from the CDC and CDPH, CIAO extended its services to provide training and technical assistance to health systems and localities across the nation. To date, CIAO has trained providers from 17 counties in California, delivered over 50 webinars and talks, and distributed over 8,000 copies of educational materials to 20+ states.