Peer-reviewed Articles and Reports

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This issue brief from the Office of Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) identifies barriers to implementing buprenorphine prescribing via telehealth and makes suggestions on how to overcome these barriers. An overview of reimbursement by payors and additional links to…

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This is an academic paper that provides commentary on leveraging telehealth in rural areas to increase the capacity of medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) in an underserved area. Current evidence for telehealth-delivered MOUD, promising program models, and regulatory issues are discussed…

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  • Harm Reduction

This is an academic paper that examines the variation in opioid overdose responses among first responders in California. Through surveys with emergency medical services (EMS) directors, protocols, data collection, linkage to treatment, and naloxone distribution were described. 

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  • Treatment

This is a report from the Government Accountability Office that identifies and compares overall prevalence and differences in urban and rural areas for: the number of veterans with substance use disorder (SUD), the expenditures for veterans receiving SUD services, and availability of specialty…

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  • Treatment

This is an academic paper that describes the state's modified hub-and-spoke model to build organizational capacity for facilities to use buprenorphine to treat patients with opioid use disorder and to provide ongoing case consultation. Preliminary results after implementation are provided,…

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  • Treatment

This is a perspective academic paper by medical providers on the intersection of the opioid crisis and the coronavirus pandemic, with a focus on buprenorphine prescribing and sustainability of opioid research. 

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This is a report from the Chicago Urban League that focuses on areas where blacks are been disproportionately affected by the opioid crisis, with a special emphasis on Chicago. A public health response, and how this is different than the policy response of the War on Drugs, is discussed as well…

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  • Treatment
  • Recovery
  • Harm Reduction

This is a report from SAMHSA that looks at the role of language in perpetuating stigma for substance use disorders, followed by tips for assessing when and how stigmatizing language is being used and steps for ensuring that the language we use and messages we deliver are positive, productive,…

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  • Prevention
  • Treatment

This is a report from SAMHSA that provides education on opioid and other substance misuse, employing cost-effective prevention strategies and strategies to identify this misuse in the workplace, links to many helpful resources.  

  • Treatment

This is an academic paper that provides commentary on the impact of the opioid crisis on youth. The treatment system currently available to adolescents is described, shortfalls are identified, and recommendations are made to enable pediatricians to better manage substance use disorders in…

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This is an academic paper that summarizes over one hundred community plans to address the opioid crisis in the United States and Canada. These were found in both the peer-review and grey literature. According to this paper, most community opioid-related plans were provincially/state-funded,…

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  • Treatment
  • Harm Reduction

This is an academic paper that explored the support and attitudes of emergency department (ED) personnel in Nevada towards using a mobile outreach team following the presentation of an opioid overdose to the ED. Findings suggest strong support and enthusiasm for this type of intervention. Giving…

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