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Policy Update

Addiction Policy Update – September 2019

health policy updates and breaking news from capitol hill
Policy Update

Addiction Policy Update – August 2019

Research

Novel harm-reduction approach to alcohol treatment shows promise among individuals experiencing homelessness

Research

Timing is everything: Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) in pediatric primary care improves both patient and health care use outcomes

Research

Buprenorphine (Suboxone), but not naltrexone or its extended release version Vivitrol, is associated with reduced overdose risk

Research

A closer look at individuals who died from opioid overdose during the overdose crisis

Research

“Proceed with caution”: Replication study refutes causal relationship between medical marijuana laws and reduction in opioid overdose mortality rates

Research

The road in vs. the road out: A new mindset may help separate beliefs about the causes of SUD from beliefs about the recovery process

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Videos

Jul 11, 2019

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

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Live webcast series on addiction stigma and discrimination for healthcare providers
May 1, 2018

Why Addiction is a Disease & Why It’s Important Webcast

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) & the Recovery Research Institute (RRI) have teamed up to present a 4-part educational initiative to address stigma and discrimination in addiction.

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Live webcast series on addiction stigma and discrimination for healthcare providers
Jun 12, 2018

Reducing Discriminatory Practices in Clinical Settings Webcast

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) & the Recovery Research Institute (RRI) have teamed up to present a 4-part educational initiative to address stigma and discrimination in addiction.

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