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(Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy[TA])
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  • Systemic and individual factors in the buprenorphine treatment-seeking process: a qualitative study. [Journal Article]
  • SASubst Abuse Treat Prev Policy 2017 Jan 11; 12(1):3
  • Hewell VM, Vasquez AR, Rivkin ID
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings of this study suggest it is crucial for interventionists to take a contextual approach that considers individual and systemic factors involved in opioid addiction, treatment, and recovery. This study highlights ways policy makers and treatment providers can address the barriers consumers face in their treatment-seeking process in order to increase treatment access.
  • Drug-related celebrity deaths: A cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
  • SASubst Abuse Treat Prev Policy 2016 Dec 09; 11(1):40
  • Just JM, Bleckwenn M, … Weckbecker K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Compared to the 20th century, the total number of celebrities who died from a drug-related death in the 21st century increased, possibly due to an increased involvement of prescription opioids. Negative effects on individual health decisions of celebrity's followers could be the result.
  • Access to substance use treatment among young adults who use prescription opioids non-medically. [Journal Article]
  • SASubst Abuse Treat Prev Policy 2016 Nov 29; 11(1):38
  • Liebling EJ, Yedinak JL, … Marshall BD
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates significant disparities in access to treatment among young adults who report NMPO use. A history of overdose was shown to correlate with experiencing barriers to substance use treatment utilization. Interventions are needed to reduce drug-related discrimination in clinical settings and to provide mechanisms that link young adults (particularly with a history of overdose) to evidence-based treatment.
  • National doping prevention guidelines: Intent, efficacy and lessons learned - A 4-year evaluation. [Journal Article]
  • SASubst Abuse Treat Prev Policy 2016 Oct 10; 11(1):35
  • Wippert PM, Flieβer M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The integration of doping-prevention in elite sport schools as part of the NDPP was only partially successful. The results of the evaluation indicate that the introduction of the NDPP has contributed more to a change in the content of doping prevention activities than to a structural transformation in anti-doping education in elite sport schools. Moreover, while students who did receive additional education in the form of the NDPP"booster sessions" had significantly more knowledge about doping than students who did not receive such education, this difference was only small and may not translate to actual behavior.
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