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Current Issue: July–August 2015
Interventions and Assessments
- Referral to Treatment (the “RT” in “SBIRT”) Does Not Lead to Treatment
- No Impact of Brief Alcohol Interventions Delivered by Community Pharmacists
- Is Alcohol Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment More Cost-Effective in the Emergency Department than Primary Care?
- Computer-Delivered Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Shows Promise Among Pregnant Women
- Continuing Methadone Treatment During Incarceration Results in More Treatment Re-Engagement, Less Opioid Use, and Less Injection Drug Use After Release from Jail or Prison
- “Doctor Shoppers” Travel Long Distances, Over State Lines to Fill Overlapping Prescriptions for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Medications
- Abuse-Deterrent Formulations: Not All They’re Cracked Up To Be?
- Why Are the Harmful Effects of Alcohol Consumption Greater Among People with Low Socioeconomic Status?
HIV and HCV
- Opioid Agonist Treatment Improves Antiretroviral Medication Adherence Among People with Injection Drug Use and HIV
- HIV-infected Patients Receiving Methadone are More Likely to Adhere to Antiretroviral Treatment when Provided Higher Methadone Doses
- Brief Intervention May Reduce Consumption in some HIV-Infected Women with Hazardous Alcohol Use
- HCV Partly Explains the Increased Mortality among HIV-Infected Individuals with Injection Drug Use as an HIV Transmission Factor