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Gender differences in demographic and clinical characteristics of patients with opioid use disorder entering a comparative effectiveness medication trial. (Campbell ANC, Barbosa-Leiker C, Hatch-Maillette M et al) Am J Addictions 2018 (in press)
Drug Use Trends in King County, Washington, 2017. (Banta-Green CJ, Williams JR, King Co.Community Epidemiology Workgroup.) Seattle: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington, May 2018. Previous Drug Trends reports
Use of marijuana and other substances among pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorders: Changes in WA State after marijuana legalization. (Grant TM, Graham C, Carlini BH et al.) J Stud Alcohol Drugs 2018;79:88-95
Future directions for medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder with American Indian/Alaska Natives. (Venner KL, Donovan DM, Campbell ANC et al.) Addict Behav 2018;86(11):111-117.
Marijuana and Sexual Risk Behavior in Youth and Emerging Adults: What Do We Know? (Stoner SA) ADAI Brief) Seattle: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, UW, June 2018, 9p. [see more on LearnAboutMarijuanaWA.org]
Drug helplines and adult marijuana users: an assessment in Washington, Colorado, Oregon, and Alaska. (Carlini BH, Garrett SB) Subst Abuse 2018;39(1):3-5
Marijuana Legalization in Washington: Monitoring Impact on Racial Disparities in Criminal Justice. (Firth C) Seattle: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, UW, June 2018, 8p.
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