Interventions and Assessments
- Two Screening Questions Detect Drug Use Disorders in Primary Care
- Efficacy of Electronic Interventions for Unhealthy Alcohol Use
- Titrated-Dose Baclofen May Have Efficacy for Treating Alcohol Use Disorder
- Clinical Reminders Insufficient to Implement Alcohol Screening
- Can Brief Alcohol Intervention That Includes Referral Lead to Receipt of Treatment by Medical and Surgical Inpatients?
- Brief Alcohol Interventions for Adolescents and Young Adults Result in Modest Reductions in Consumption
- Response to Naltrexone for Alcohol Use Disorder is Not Mediated by an Opioid Receptor Polymorphism
- Does Opioid Agonist Therapy for Prisoners Reduce Drug-Related Deaths After Prison Release?
HIV and HCV
- Buprenorphine Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Improves Primary Care-Based Addiction Treatment Engagement Among People With and At Risk for HIV
- Alcohol-Related Diagnoses Increase the Risk of Hospitalization Among People with HIV
- Receipt of Both Antiretroviral Therapy and Opioid Agonist Therapy Associated with Decreased Mortality Among People with HIV and Injection Drug Use
- Benzodiazepine Use is an Independent Risk Factor for HIV Infection Among People with Injection Drug Use