Expert Conversations: How the Opioid Crisis Has Affected Restless Legs Syndrome Management

In this podcast, Rachel Marie E. Salas, MD, leads an interprofessional discussion with Charlene Gamaldo, MD, and Sharon Park, PharmD, about the obstacles the opioid crisis has presented in the treatment of restless legs syndrome and how clinicians can curtail those obstacles moving forward. 

Rachel Salas

Rachel Marie E. Salas, MD, is a sleep neurologist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep and an associate professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She also serves as the director of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Charlene Gamaldo

Charlene Gamaldo, MD, is a sleep neurologist and an associate professor of neurology, psychiatry, nursing, and public health at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She is also the medical director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep.

Sharon Park

Sharon Park, PharmD, is an associate professor at Notre Dame of Maryland University’s School of Pharmacy and a clinical pharmacy specialist at Johns Hopkins University Hospital.