2006 Poster Author Sessions

Poster Author Sessions
Posters are in place at all times in the Exhibit Hall. International and domestic posters will provide valuable research findings to treatment administrators and clinicians.

Authors will present their topic on Tuesday, April 25th from 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM.

Poster Topics Include:

  • A Records Based Evaluation of the Influence
  • Counseling Intensity Exerts Over Illicit Drug Use
  • Influence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorders on Methadone Treatment Outcome
  • State Policy Impact on Buprenorphine Adoption
  • Factors Associated with Adherence of Participants of Multi Ethnic
  • Backgrounds in Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Buprenorphine
  • Policy Implications for Methadone Use in Jails and Prisons
  • Opioid Treatment and the Pursuit of Accreditation: Findings from the SAMHSA/CSAT Opioid Treatment Program Accreditation Evaluation
  • CSAT Online Database for Patient Exceptions
  • Relationships Between State Policies and the Availability of Services for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C Viral Infection and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
  • Mothers Offering Mutual Support (MOMS): The Interrelationship of Healing
  • A Photo Journal Investigation of Treatment – A Client Perspective
  • Alcohol Abuse in Narcotic Treatment Programs: Assessment & Intervention
  • Adverse Exposures; Methadone Versus Other Opioids
  • Improving Access to HCV Services for MMTP Clients Through Enhanced HCV Staff Training
  • Resource Center A Recovery Service
  • Ingestion of Methadone by Children Under Age 6
  • An Examination of Patient Deaths in an OTP Over a Four-Year Period
  • Predictors of Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders in Opioid Treatment Patients
  • Oxycodone Use in a Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program: A Succeeding Study Using Objective Data Results
  • Providing Gender-Based Methadone Maintenance Treatment: Results from a Pilot Outcome Study
  • Patient Feedback: The Key to Improving Access to the Treatment of Opioid Dependency
  • Phases of Methadone Treatment for Criminal Justice Systems
  • Integrating Suboxone Therapy into an Abstinence-based, Publicly-funded Treatment System
  • Opioid Prescription Abuse Among Enrollees in Opioid Treatment Programs
  • Utilizing Domestic Violence Research Findings to Cross Train Opioid Dependency Staff
  • Understanding Organizational Change in Opioid Treatment Programs
  • New Jersey’s Heroin Initiative: A Case Study
  • Enhancing Access to Methadone Treatment – A Canadian Perspective
  • Prescription Opiate Patients Compared to Heroin Patients in Methadone Treatment Programs in North Carolina
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