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News & Resources

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Routine measurement of addiction patients’ treatment response and outcomes – implications for addiction treatment

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Detecting spirituality using brain imaging – implications for addiction recovery?

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Black individuals are less likely to receive buprenorphine prescriptions than White individuals

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Continuing methadone treatment (versus withdrawal) during a prison term produces better one-year post release outcomes

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How many tries does it take to resolve a substance use problem? Lessons from a national study of recovering adults in the U.S.

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Addiction Policy Update – May 2019 to June 2019

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Both buprenorphine (Suboxone) and mutual-help groups increase the likelihood of achieving long-term opioid abstinence

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Can undervaluing delayed rewards predict risk of relapse during recovery?

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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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