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  • Opioid agonist therapy during residential treatment of opioid use disorder: Cohort study on access and outcomes. [Journal Article]
    Can Fam Physician 2019; 65(10):e443-e452Spithoff S, Meaney C, … Sullivan F
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates 2 large gaps in care for patients with opioid use disorder. First, these patients have poor access to OAT-the first-line treatment of opioid use disorder-while in publicly funded residential treatment programs; and second, many are involuntarily discharged from treatment. Additionally, this study indicates that patients taking OAT have similar likelihood of completing residential treatment as those not taking OAT do. Limitations of this study are that it is based on observational data for patients who self-selected before admission to use OAT or not, and it is likely not all confounders were accounted for.
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