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Researchers Must Be Careful in Evaluating Effects of Marijuana Legalization
February 12, 2019
Newly released results based on a state-representative sample in Washington illustrate the difficulty in drawing broad conclusions about how marijuana legalization is affecting youth behavior.
Grandparents struggle with new roles resulting from opioid crisis
December 13, 2018
A newly released report offers policy recommendations for helping the growing number of grandparents suddenly being thrust back into parenting roles.
Issue brief: Policy initiatives must look beyond opioids
November 21, 2018
A paper from the Baker Institute at Rice University suggests that policy and funding efforts that too narrowly target opioids will end up missing the mark.
Report highlights concerns about involuntary treatment for substance use
October 09, 2018
The Health in Justice Action Lab reports that most states authorize some form of involuntary commitment for substance use treatment, but with little attention to offering evidence-based care.
Christie: Opioid crisis still requires undivided attention
October 02, 2018
In an interview with Behavioral Healthcare Executive, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said a comprehensive response to the opioid epidemic must include efforts to make it easier for physicians…
In the face of crisis, providers' everyday work isn't enough
October 02, 2018
The opening keynote presentations at this week's Moments of Change conference served as a rallying call for greater advocacy involvement in the treatment community.
Treatment Advocacy Center: Involuntary treatment laws fall short in one-third of states
September 27, 2018
The Treatment Advocacy Center says a study it conducted finds involuntary treatment laws in a third of states fall short in protecting and providing care for individuals with severe mental illness.
Patient brokering bill advances in California; sober home measure stalls
September 26, 2018
A California bill that was signed into law this week will target individual and facility credentials in an attempt to curb patient brokering activity.
RAND center seeks deeper dive into opioid policy effectiveness
September 12, 2018
Among its efforts, the RAND Opioid Policy Tools and Information Center will explore why certain opioid-fighting strategies work well in some communities but not others.
NCAD: Payer audits, crisis communications highlight executive sessions
August 21, 2018
Presenters weigh in on the importance of controlling your organizational narrative in times of crisis, how to avoid payer audits, technology considerations and sober home standards.
3 ways Generation Z will change healthcare
What if we treat drug overdoses like suicide attempts?
How Florida is setting a precedent for ethics
Facing Uncertainty with Flexibility: Taking Your Practice Online
Current Advances in Psychedelic Medicine in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders
Leveraging Social Environment in the Prevention of Opioid Use Disorder
Medication Adherence Rating Scale (MARS)
Sheehan Disability Scale (SDS)
Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS)
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