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Past Events


The NIDA Center sponsored two panel sessions at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference 2017, in Madison, WI from October 18-20:

  • “The Opioid Crisis – A Critical Threat Across the U.S. – Why Health Services Research Matters,” co-sponsored with the Opioid Policy Research Collaborative (OPRC) at Brandeis University, will be chaired by Constance Horgan. Panelists include: Andrew Kolodny, Harold Pollack, Gail Strickler, Sharon Reif and Alisa Busch.
  • "Alternative Payments and Delivery System Reforms for Addiction Treatment" will be chaired by Constance Horgan. Panelists include: Maureen Stewart, Mady Chalk, Charles J Neighbors and Sarah Duffy (NIDA) as discussant.

NIDA Center researchers Alisa BuschShelly Greenfield and Haiden Huskamp presented Diffusion of Buprenorphine and Naltrexone for Opioid Use Disorder among Commercially-Insured Individuals during a panel on Prescription Drugs at the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Fall Research Conference November 2-4 in Chicago, IL.

The NIDA Center sponsored a symposium at INEBRIA 2017 (September 14-15, 2017 in New York, New York) entitled "Screening and Brief Interventions for Alcohol and Drug Use: How Can Health Care Systems Make a Difference?" Chaired by Constance Horgan, panelists included Maureen Stewart, Junqing Liu, Dominic Hodgkin and Constance Weisner, with Reed Forman (SAMHSA) and Lela McKnight-Eily (CDC) as discussants.

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