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Showing up and being involved in mental health treatment is half the battle for patients, and our new study, a meta-analysis of existing research, shows that financial incentives can help.
Researchers examined whether the combination of extended-release injectable naltrexone before release and linkage to community-based treatment has the potential to be a cost-effective treatment.
Setting personal goals to pursue medical journalism, forensic psychiatry, nursing, and a doctoral degree in developmental psychopathology, the interns applied through the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Summer Research Internship Program and the Summer Undergraduate Minority Research (SUMR) Program…
This year, the CHERISH Pilot Grant & Training Core sought proposals that demonstrated intent to conduct health economics research in substance use, hepatitis C virus (HCV), and HIV, with a particular interest in proposals relating to justice-legal involvement, polysubstance use or non-opioid substance use, or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
Increased prevalence of illicit substance use during pregnancy in the past decade has renewed national attention to prenatal substance use policies (PSUPs). The findings from these studies provide evidence that punitive PSUPs are potentially harmful and supportive PSUPs can have positive effects.
Connect with CHERISH investigators, CHERISH Research Affiliates, Advisory Board members, and pilot grant recipients in person as they present their research in upcoming June conferences. Use the following schedule to explore the breadth of their work.