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Does adding online coaching improve outcomes of a digital intervention for problematic drinking?


What do inmates think about their prison-based opioid use disorder medication programs? Some perceived benefits and areas for improvement

health policy updates and breaking news from capitol hill
Policy Update

Addiction Policy Update – February 2020


Buprenorphine prescribing by nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants: Patterns and barriers


Lessons learned from implementing integrated mental health and substance use services in frontline addiction treatment facilities


What happens to patients’ motivation if they are mandated to treatment? Study finds treatment and motivation for change are high and stable regardless of whether patients were in treatment on a voluntary or involuntary basis


Adults in Recovery from Substance Use Disorders have Greater Burden of Physical Diseases than General Population


Long-term change among people who inject drugs



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Does Alcoholics Anonymous Work? Scientific Review From Dr. John Kelly and the RRI

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Broken Brain Podcast: Putting out the Fires of Addiction with Dr. John Kelly

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