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Selected Publications

Alex Bennett, PhD

Bennett, A., Bell, A., Tomedi, L., Hulsey, E., Kral, A. (2011). “Characteristics of an Overdose Prevention, Response, and Naloxone distribution Program in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.” Journal of Urban Health, Vol. 88, no. 6., pp. 1020-1030. PMCID: PMC3232410 [Available on 2012/12/1]

Bennett, A., Golub, A. and Dunlap, E. (2011). “Drug Market Reconstitution after Hurricane Katrina: Lessons for Local Drug Abuse Control Initiatives.” Journal of Justice Research and Policy, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 23-44. NIHMS341418

Bennett, A., Andrew Golub. (May 15, 2012). “Sociological Factors and Addiction.” In Shaffer, H.J., LaPlante, D.A., and Nelson, S.E., eds., APA Addiction Syndrome Handbook: Vol. I. Foundations, Influences, and Expressions of Addiction (pp. 195-210). Washington, D.C: American Psychological Association.

Reid, M., Bennett, A. S., Elliott, L., & Golub, A. (2012). Disaster, war, and drugs: Policy levers and rebuilding communities. In M. Deflem (Ed.), Disasters, Hazards and Law. Volume 17, Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance. Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Bennett, A. S., Elliott, L., & Golub, A. (2013). Opioid and other substance misuse, overdose risk and the potential for prevention among a sample of OEF/OIF veterans in New York city. Substance Use and Misuse, 48(10), 894-907. NIHMSID 510619.

Golub, A., Vazan, P., Bennett, A. S., & Liberty, H. J. (2013). Unmet need for treatment of substance use disorders and serious psychological distress among veterans: A nationwide analysis using the NSDUH. Military Medicine, 178(1), 107-114. NIHMSID 497929

Golub, A., & Bennett, A. S. (2013). Prescription opioid initiation, correlates, and consequences among a sample of OEF/OIF military personnel. Substance Use and Misuse, 48(10), 811-820. NIHMSID 510624.

Bennett, A. S. (2014). Harm Reduction, An Overview. In T. Teo (ed.), Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology, Springer Science+Business Media , New York. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-5583-7.

Vazan, P., Golub, A., & Bennett, A. S. (2013). Substance use and other mental health disorders among veterans returning to the inner city: Prevalence, correlates, and rates of unmet treatment need. Substance Use and Misuse, 48(10), 880-893. NIHMSID 510622.

Golub, A., & Bennett, A. S. (In Press). Substance use over the military-veteran life course: An analysis of a sample of OEF/OIF veterans returning to low-income predominately minority communities. Addictive Behaviors.

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Charles M. Cleland, PhD

Melnick, G., Wexler, H.K., Chaple, M., & Cleland, C.M. (2009). Constructive conflict and staff consensus in substance abuse treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 36, 174-182.

Tempalski, B., Lieb, S., Cleland, C.M., Cooper, H., Brady, J.E., & Friedman, S.R. (2009). HIV prevalence rates among injection drug users in 96 large US metropolitan areas, 1992-2002. Journal of Urban Health, 86, 132-154.

Feiring, C., Simon, V.A., & Cleland, C.M. (2009). Childhood sexual abuse, stigmatization, internalizing symptoms, and the development of sexual difficulties and dating aggression. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77, 127-137.

Sacks, S., Cleland, C.M., Melnick, G., Flynn, P.M., Knight, K., Friedmann, P.D., Prendergast, M.L., & Coen, C. (2009). Violence associated with co-occurring substance use and mental health problems: Evidence from CJDATS. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 27, 51-69.

Pearson, F.S., Cleland, C.M., Chaple, M., Hamilton, Z., Prendergast, M.L., & Rich, J.D. (2008). Substance use, mental health problems, and behavior at risk for HIV: Evidence from CJDATS. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 40, 459-469.

DeLeon, G., Melnick, G., & Cleland, C.M. (2008). Client Matching: A severity-treatment intensity paradigm. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 27(3), 99-113.

Sacks, J.Y., McKendrick, K., Hamilton, Z., Cleland, C.M., Pearson, F.S., & Banks, S. (2008). Treatment outcomes for female offenders: Relationship to number of Axis I diagnoses. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 26, 413-434.

Duncan, A., Sacks, S., Melnick, G., Cleland, C.M., Pearson, F.S., & Coen, C. (2008). Performance of the CJDATS Co-Occurring Disorders Screening Instrument (CODSI) among minority offenders. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 26, 351-368.

Leonard, N.R., Gwadz, M.V., Cleland, C.M., Vekaria, P.C., & Ferns, B. (2008). Maternal substance use and HIV status: Adolescent risk and resilience. Journal of Adolescence, 31, 389-405.

Gwadz, M., Leonard, N., Cleland, C.M., Riedel, Arredondo, Wolfe,
Hardcastle, & Morris (2008). Behavioral interventions for urban HIV
infected and uninfected mothers with problem drinking. Addiction
Research and Theory
, 16, 47-65.

Melnick, G., Wexler, H.K., & Cleland, C.M. (2008). Effects of client
consensus on beliefs about abstinence on substance abuse treatment
outcomes. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 93, 30-37.

Staines, G.L., & Cleland, C.M. (2007). Bias in meta-analytic estimates
of the absolute efficacy of psychotherapy. Review of General Psychology,
11, 329-347.

Cleland, C.M., Des Jarlais, D.C., Perlis, T.E., Stimson, G., Poznyak,
V., & the WHO Phase II Drug Injection Collaborative Study Group. (2007).
HIV risk behaviors among female IDUs in developing and transitional
countries. BMC Public Health, 7: 271.

Feiring, C., & Cleland, C.M. (2007). Childhood sexual abuse and
attributions of blame over six years following discovery. Child Abuse
and Neglect
, 31, 1169-1186.

Feiring, C., Miller-Johnson, S., & Cleland, C.M. (2007). Potential pathways from stigmatization and internalizing symptoms to delinquency in sexually abused youth. Child Maltreatment, 12, 220-232.

Rosenblum, A.B, Parrino, M., Schnoll, S.H., Fong, C., Maxwell, C., Cleland, C.M., Magura, S., & Haddox, J.D. (2007). Prescription opioid abuse among enrollees into methadone maintenance treatment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 90, 64-71.

Leonard, N.R., Gwadz, M.V., Cleland, C.M., Rotko, L. & Gostnell, K. (2007). Physical and mental health functioning of urban HIV-infected and uninfected mothers with problem drinking. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 33, 419-427.

Villano, C.L., Rosenblum, A., Magura, S., Fong, C., Cleland, C.M., & Betzler, T.F. (2007). Prevalence and correlates of posttraumatic stress disorder and chronic severe pain in psychiatric outpatients. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 44, 167-178.

Cleland, C.M., Deren, S., Fuller, C.M., Blaney, S., McMahon, J.M., Tortu, S., Des Jarlais, D.C., & Vlahov, D. (2007). Syringe disposal among injection drug users in Harlem and the Bronx during the New York State Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program. Health Education & Behavior, 34, 390-403.

Magura, S., Cleland, C.M., Vogel, H.S., Knight, E.L., & Laudet, A.B. (2007). Effects of “dual focus” mutual aid on self-efficacy for recovery and quality of life. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34, 1-12.

Deren, S., Cleland, C.M., Fuller, C., Kang, S-Y., Des Jarlais, D.C., & Vlahov, D. (2006). The impact of syringe deregulation on sources of syringes for injection drug users: Preliminary findings. AIDS and Behavior, 10, 717-721.

Cleland, C.M., Magura, S., Foote, J., Rosenblum, A., & Kosanke, N. (2006). Factor structure of the Conners Adult ADHD Rating Scale (CAARS) for substance users. Addictive Behaviors, 31, 1276-1281.

Staines, G.L., Cleland, C.M., & Blankertz, L. (2006). Counselor confounds in evaluations of vocational rehabilitation methods in substance dependency treatment. Evaluation Review, 30, 139-170.

Cleland, C.M., Magura, S., Foote, J., Rosenblum, A., & Kosanke, N. (2005). Psychometric properties of the Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) for substance users. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 58, 299-306.

Cooperman, N.A., Falkin, G.P., & Cleland, C.M. (2005). Changes in women’s sexual risk behavior after therapeutic community treatment. AIDS Education and Prevention, 17, 157-169.

Magura, S., Fong, C., Staines, G.L., Cleland, C.M., Foote, J., Rosenblum, A., Kosanke, N., & DeLuca, A. (2005). The combined effects of treatment intensity, mutual support groups and patient attributes on drinking outcomes. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 37, 85-92.

Rosenblum, A., Magura, S., Fong, C., Cleland, C.M., Norwood, C., Casella, D., Truell, J., & Curry, P. (2005). Substance use among young adolescents in HIV-affected families: Resiliency, peer deviance, and family functioning. Substance Use and Misuse, 40, 581-603.

Rosenblum, A., Foote, J., Cleland, C.M., Magura, S., Mahmood, D., & Kosanke, N. (2005). Moderators of effects of motivational enhancements to cognitive behavioral therapy. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 1, 35-58.

Staines, G.L., Blankertz, L., Magura, S., Cleland, C.M., & Bali, P. (2005). Evaluating vocational rehabilitation programs for substance users: Issues in designing and implementing randomized studies. Evaluation And Program Planning, 28, 61-68.

Laudet, A.B., Magura, S., Cleland, C.M., Vogel, H.S., Knight, E.L. (2004). Social support mediates the effects of dual-focus mutual aid groups on abstinence from substance use. American Journal of Community Psychology, 34, 175-185.

Villano, C., Cleland, C.M., Rosenblum, A., Fong, C., Nuttbrock, L., Marthol, M., & Wallace, J. (2004). Psychometric utility of the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire with female street-based sex workers. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 5, 33-41.

Laudet, A.B., Magura, S., Cleland, C.M., Vogel, H.S., Knight, E.L., & Rosenblum, A. (2004). The effect of 12-step based fellowship participation on abstinence among dually-diagnosed persons: A two year longitudinal study. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 36, 207-216.

Rothschild, L., Cleland, C.M., Haslam, N., & Zimmerman, M. (2003). A taxometric study of borderline personality disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 112, 657-666.

Rosenblum, A., Joseph, H., Fong, C., Kipnis, S., Cleland, C.M., & Portenoy, R.K. (2003). Prevalence and characteristics of chronic pain among chemically dependent patients in methadone maintenance and residential treatment facilities. Journal of the American Medical Association, 289, 2370-2380.

Laudet, A.B., Magura, S., Cleland, C.M., Vogel, H., & Knight, E. (2003). Predictors of retention in dual-focus self-help groups. Community Mental Health Journal, 39, 281-297.

Lipton, D.S., Pearson, F.S., Cleland, C.M., & Yee, D. (2002). The effects of therapeutic communities and milieu therapy on recidivism: Meta-analytic findings from the Correctional Drug Abuse Treatment Effectiveness (CDATE) Study. In J. McGuire (Ed.), Offender rehabilitation and treatment: Effective programmes and policies to reduce re-offending (pp. 39-78). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Lipton, D.S., Pearson, F.S., Cleland, C.M., & Yee, D. (2002). The effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral treatment methods on offender recidivism: Meta-analytic outcomes from the CDATE Project. In J. McGuire (Ed.), Offender rehabilitation and treatment: Effective programmes and policies to reduce re-offending (pp. 79-112). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Ambrosini, P.J., Bennett, D.S., Cleland, C.M., & Haslam, N. (2002). Taxonicity of adolescent melancholia. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 36, 247-256.

Haslam, N., & Cleland, C.M. (2002). Taxometric analysis of fuzzy categories: A Monte Carlo study. Psychological Reports, 90, 401-404.

Pearson, F.S., Lipton, D.S., Cleland, C.M., Yee, D.S. (2002). The effects of behavioral / cognitive behavioral programs on recidivism. Crime and Delinquency, 48, 476-496.

Cleland, C.M., Rothschild, L. & Haslam, N. (2000). Detecting latent taxa: Monte Carlo comparison of taxometric, mixture model, and clustering procedures. Psychological Reports, 87, 37-47.

Egg, R., Pearson, F.S., Cleland, C.M., & Lipton, D.S. (2000). Evaluations of correctional treatment programs in Germany: A review and meta-analysis. Substance Use and Misuse, 35(12-14), 1967-2009.

Bhattacharya, G., Cleland, C.M., & Holland, S. (2000). Knowledge about HIV/AIDS, the perceived risks of infections, and sources of information by Asian-Indian adolescents born in the United States. AIDS Care, 12, 203-209.

Bhattacharya, G., Cleland, C.M., and Holland, S. (1999). Peer networks, parental attributes, and drug use among Asian-Indian adolescents born in the United States. Journal of Immigrant Health, 1, 145-154.

Cleland, C.M. and Haslam, N. (1996). Robustness of taxometric analysis with skewed indicators: I. A Monte Carlo study of the MAMBAC procedure. Psychological Reports, 79, 243-248.

Haslam, N. and Cleland, C.M. (1996). A response to Caporael on group selection and sociality theory. PSYCHOLOQUY 6(41) psych.95.6.41.group-selection.haslam-cleland.

Haslam, N. and Cleland, C.M. (1996). Robustness of taxometric analysis with skewed indicators: II. A Monte Carlo Study of the MAXCOV procedure. Psychological Reports, 79, 1035-1039.

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Jesse Dallery, PhD

Stoops, W. W., Dallery, J. Schoenberg, N. E. Fields, N. M., Martin, C. Casey, B. Nuzzo, P. A., Wong, C. (2009).  An Internet-Based Smoking Cessation Intervention in Appalachian Kentucky Smokers.  Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 105, 56-62.

Dallery, J., & Raiff, B. R.  (2011).  Contingency management in the 21st Century: Technological innovations to promote smoking cessation.  Substance Use and Misuse 46, 10-22.

Locey, M. L., & Dallery, J. (2009). Isolating behavioral mechanisms of inter-temporal choice: Nicotine effects on delay discounting and amount sensitivity.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior,  91, 213-223.

Raiff, B. R., Dallery, J.  (2008).  The generality of nicotine as a reinforcer-enhancer in rats: effects on responding maintained by primary and conditioned reinforcers and resistance to extinction.  Psychopharmacology, 201, 305-14.

Reynolds, B., Dallery, J., Shroff, P., Patak, M., Leraas, K. (2008).  A web-based contingency management program with adolescent smokers.  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 41, 597-601.

Dallery, J., Meredith, S., Glenn, I. (2008).  A deposit contract method to deliver abstinence reinforcement for cigarette smoking.  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 41, 609-615.

Glenn, I., Dallery, J. (2007).  Effects of Internet-based voucher reinforcement and a transdermal nicotine patch on cigarette smoking status.  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 40, 1-14.

Dallery, J., Raiff, B. R. (2007).  Delay discounting predicts cigarette smoking in a laboratory model of abstinence reinforcement.  Psychopharmacology, 190, 485-496.

Dallery, J., Glenn, I., & Raiff, B. R. (2007).  An Internet-based voucher reinforcement program for smoking cessation.  Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 86, 230-238.

Dallery, J., & Glenn, I. (2005).  Effects of an Internet-based voucher reinforcement program for smoking abstinence: A feasibility study.  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38, 349-357. 

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George De Leon, PhD

Books and Monographs

De Leon, G. (1984).Therapeutic community: Study of effectiveness. National Institute on Drug Abuse Treatment Research Monograph Series (ADM 84-1286).

De Leon, G. & Ziegenfuss, J. (Eds.). (1986). Therapeutic communities for addictions: Readings in theory, research and practice. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publishing.

De Leon, G. (Ed.). (1997). Community as method: Therapeutic communities for special populations and special settings. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.

De Leon, G. (2000). The therapeutic community: Theory, model and method. New York: Springer Publishers, Inc.

Videos

Stages of Recovery (2005) UCSD CCARTA Center for Criminality and Addiction Research Training and Application

The Therapeutic Community:(2005) Volume 1 The Therapeutic Community Perspective; The Therapeutic Community Training Series. Amity Foundation DVD. www. Amityfoundation.org

The Therapeutic Community:(2005) Volume 2. Community as Method; The Therapeutic Community Training Series. Amity Foundation DVD. www. Amityfoundation.org

The Therapeutic Community:(2005) Volume 3 Components of a Generic Therapeutic Community. The Therapeutic Community Training Series. Amity Foundation DVD. www. Amityfoundation.org

Articles [2000-2007]

De Leon, G. (2007).Toward a recovery oriented integrated system. Offender Substance Abuse Report, V11 No. 6, 81-88.

Warren, K., Harvey, C., De Leon, G., & Gregoire, T. (2007). I am my brother’s keeper : Affirmations and corrective reminders as predictors of reincarceration following graduation from a a corrections-based therapeutic community. Offender Substance Abuse Report, V11(3).

De Leon, G., Melnick. G., Cao, Y., & Wexler, H. K. (2006). Recovery oriented perceptions as predictors of reincarceration. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 31(1), 87-94.

Soyez, V., De Leon, G., Rosseel, Y., & Broekaert, E. (2006).  Motivation and readiness for therapeutic community treatment: Psychometric evaluation of the Dutch translation of the Circumstances, Motivation, Readiness and Suitability scales. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 30(4), 275-308.

Soyez, V., De Leon, G., Rosseel, Y., & Broekaert, E. (2006). The impact of a social network intervention on retention in Belgian therapeutic communities : A quasi experimental study. Addiction, 101(7), 1027-1034.

De Leon, G. (2005). The addiction therapeutic communities for psychiatric disorders. Therapeutic Communities, Silver Jubilee Edition, 26(4), Winter, 405-422.

De Leon, G. (2004). Commentary on “Self-help organizations for alcohol and drug problems: Toward evidence-based practice and policy”. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 26, 163-165.

Hawke, J.M., Jainchill, J., & De Leon, G. (2003, Feb.). Posttreatment victimization and violence among adolescents following residential drug treatment. Child Maltreatment, 8(1), 58-71.

Sacks, S., De Leon, G., McKendrick, K., Brown, B., & Sacks, J.Y. (2003). TC-Oriented Supported Housing for Homeless MICAs. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 35(3), 355-366.

Levounis, P., Galanter, M., Dermatis, H., Hamowy, A., & De Leon, G. (2002). Correlates of HIV transmission risk factors and considerations for interventions in homeless, chemically addicted and mentally ill patients. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 21(3), 61-72.

Kressel, D., Zompa, D. & De Leon, G. (2002, July/August). A Statewide Integrated Quality Assurance Model for Correctional-Based Therapeutic Community Programs. Offender Substance Abuse Report [newsletter] Volume II(4), 49-64.

Egelko, S., Galanter, M., Dermatis. H., Jurewicz, E., Jamison, A., Dingle S., & De Leon, G. (2002). Improved psychological status in a modified TC for homeless MICA men. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 21(2), 75-92.

De Leon, G. (2001). A commentary on Retention in substance abuse dependence treatment: The relevance of in-treatment factors”. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 20(4), 263-264

Melnick, G.,De Leon, G., Thomas, G., & Kressel D. (2001). A client-treatment matching protocol for therapeutic communities: First report. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 21, 119-128

Melnick, G.,De Leon, G., Thomas, G., Wexler, H. K., & Kressel D. (2001). Treatment process in therapeutic communities: Motivation, progress and outcomes. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 27(4), 633-650.

Leon, G., Palij, M., & Rubin, G. (2000). Measuring client clinical progress in therapeutic community (TC) treatment: The Client Assessment Inventory (CAI), Client Assessment Summary (CAS) and Staff Assessment Summary (SAS). Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 19, 267-272.

Melnick, G., De Leon, G., Hiller, M.L., & Knight, K. (2000). Therapeutic communities: Diversity in treatment elements. Journal of Drug Use and Misuse, 35(12-14), 1819-1847.

De Leon, G., Melnick, G., Thomas, G., Kressel, D. & Wexler, H. K. (2000). Motivation for treatment in a prison-based therapeutic community. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 26(1), 33-46.

De Leon, G., Hawke, J. Jainchill, N., & Melnick, G. (2000). Therapeutic communities: Enhancing retention in treatment using “Senior Professor” staff. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 19(4), 375-382.

Hawke, J., & Jainchill, N., & De Leon, G. (2000). The prevalence of sexual abuse and its impact on the onset of drug use among adolescents in therapeutic community drug treatment. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 9(3), 35-49

Hawke, J., Jainchill, N.,& De Leon, G.(2000). Adolescent amphetamine use; Client profiles and 1- year posttreatment outcomes, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 32, (Vol 10.95-105

Jainchill, N., Hawke, J., De Leon, G.,  & Yagelka, J. (2000). Adolescents in TCs: One-year post-treatment outcomes. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 32(1), 81-94.

McGeary, K. A., French, M. T., Sacks, S., McKendrick, K., & De Leon, G. (2000). Service use and cost by MICAs: Differences by retention in a TC. Journal of Substance Abuse, 11(3), 265-279.

De Leon, G., Sacks, S., Staines, G., & McKendrick, K. (2000). Modified therapeutic community for homeless mentally ill chemical abusers: Treatment outcomes. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 26 (3), 461-480.

 

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Don C. Des Jarlais, PhD

Des Jarlais, D.C., Bramson, H.A., Wong, C., Gostnell, K., Cepeda, J., Arasteh, K., & Hagan, H. (2012). Racial/Ethnic Disparities in HIV Infection among People who Inject Drugs: An International Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Addiction, postprint (online).

Des Jarlais, D.C., Cooper, H.L., Bramson, H., Deren, S., Hatzakis, A., & Hagan, H. (2012). Racial and Ethnic Disparities and Implications for the Prevention of HIV among Persons who Inject Drugs. Curr Opin HIV AIDS, 7(4), 354-361.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Feelemyer, J.P., Modi, S.N., Arasteh, K., Hagan, H.  (2012). Are Females who Inject Drugs at Higher Risk for HIV than Males who Inject Drugs: An International Systematic Review of High Seroprevalence Areas.  Drug Alcohol Depend, 124(1-2), 95-107.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Feelemyer, J.P., Modi, S.N., Arasteh, K., Mathers, B.M., Degenhardt, L., & Hagan, H.  (2012). Transition from Injection-Drug-Use-Concentrated to Self-Sustaining Heterosexual HIV Epidemics: Patterns in the International Data. PLoS One, 7(3), e31227.

Hagan, H., Des Jarlais, D.C., & Pouget, E. (2012). Reply to “High-Quality Meta-Analyses Are Required for Development of Evidence in Medicine”. J Infect Dis, 205(9), 1473.

Hammett, T.M., Des Jarlais, D.C, Kling, R., Kieu, B.T, McNicholl, J.M., Wasinrapee, P., McDougal, J.S., Liu, W., Chen, Y., Meng, D., Doan, N., Nguyen, T.H., Ngoc Hoang, Q., Van Hoang, T. (2012). Controlling HIV Epidemics among Injection Drug Users: Eight Years of Cross-Border HIV Prevention Interventions in Vietnam and China. PLoS One, 7(8), e43141.

Pouget, E.R, Hagan, H., & Des Jarlais, D.C.  (2012). Meta-Analysis of Hepatitis C Seroconversion in Relation to Shared Syringes and Drug Preparation Equipment.  Addiction, 107(6), 1057-1065.

Vorobjov, S., Uuskula, A., Des Jarlais, D.C., Abel-Ollo, K., Talu, A., & Ruutel, K.  (2012). Multiple Routes of Drug Administration and HIV Risk among Injecting Drug Users.  J Subst Abuse Treat, 42(4), 413-420.

Cooper, H.L., Des Jarlais, D.C., Ross, Z., Tempalski, B., Bossak, B., & Friedman, S.R. (2011). Spatial Access to Syringe Exchange Programs and Pharmacies Selling Over-the-Counter Syringes as Predictors of Drug Injectors’ Use of Sterile Syringes.  Am J Public Health, 101(6), 1118-1125.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Arasteh, K., & Friedman, S.R.  (2011). HIV among Drug Users at Beth Israel Medical Center, New York City, the First 25 Years.  Sub Use Misuse, 46(2-3), 131-139.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Arasteh, K., McKnight, C., Hagan, H., Perlman, D., & Semaan, S.  (2011). Associations between Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 and HCV with HIV among Injecting Drug Users in New York City: The Current Importance of Sexual Transmission of HIV.  Am J Public Health, 101(7), 1277-83.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Hagan, H., Arasteh, K., McKnight, C., Semaan, S., & Perlman, D.C.  (2011). Can Intranasal Drug Use Reduce HCV Infection among Injecting Drug Users?  Drug Alcohol Depend, 119(3), 201-206.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Semaan, S., Arasteh, K.  (2011). At 30 Years: HIV/AIDS and other STDs among Persons who Use Psychoactive Drugs.  In: B.J. Hall, J.C. Hall, & C. J. Cockerell. (Eds.).  HIV/AIDS in the Post-HAART Era: Manifestations, Treatment and Epidemiology, (pp. 753-778).  Shelton, CT: People’s Medical Publishing House.

Friedman, S.R., Sandoval, M., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Meylakhs, P., & Des Jarlais, D.C.  (2011). Symbiotic Goals and the Prevention of Blood-Borne Viruses among Injection Drug Users.  Sub Use Misuse, 46(2-3), 307-315.

Hagan, H., Perlman, D.C., & Des Jarlais, D.C.  (2011). Sexual Risk and HIV infection among Drug Users in New York City: A Pilot Study.  Sub Use Misuse, 46(2-3), 201-207.

Hagan, H., Pouget, E.R. & Des Jarlais, D.C.  (2011). A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Interventions to Prevent Hepatitis C Virus Infection in People who Inject Drugs.  J Infect Dis, 204(1), 74-83.

Li, J., Liu, H., Li, J., Luo, J., Des Jarlais, D., & Koram, N. (2011). Role of Sexual Transmission of HIV among Young Noninjection and Injection Opiate Users: A Respondent-Driven Sampling Study.  Sex Trans Dis, 38(12), 1161-1166.

Nelson, P.K., Mathers, B.M., Cowie, B., Hagan, H., Des Jarlais, D., Horyniak, D, & Degenhardt, L.  (2011).  Global Epidemiology of Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C in People who Inject Drugs: Results of Systematic Reviews.  Lancet, 378(9791), 571-583.

Uuskula, A., Des Jarlais, D.C., Kals, M., Ruutel, K., Abel-Ollo, K., Talu, A., & Sobolev, I.  (2011). Expanded Syringe Exchange Programs and Reduced HIV Infection among New Injection Drug Users in Tallinn, Estonia.  BMC Public Health, 11(1), 517.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Arasteh, K., McKnight, C., Perlman, D., Hagan, H., Semaan, S., & Friedman, S.R.  (2010).  Gender and Age Patterns in HSV-2 and HIV Infection among Non-Injecting Drug Users in New York City.  Sex Transm Dis,  37(10), 637-643.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Arasteh, K., McKnight, C., Ringer, M., & Friedman, S. R..  (2010). Syringe Exchange, Injecting and Intranasal Drug Use.  Addiction, 105(1), 155-158.

Des Jarlais, D.C. (2010).  Learning from HIV Epidemics among Injecting Drug Users. Int J Drug Policy, 21, 97-99.

Des Jarlais, D.C.  (2010). Place, People, Politics and Health.  CMAJ, 182(15), E726-E727.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Arasteh, K., & Gwadz, M. (2010).  Increasing HIV Prevention and Care for Injecting Drug Users.  Lancet, 375 (9719), 961-963.

Des Jarlais, D.C., Arasteh, K., McKnight, C., Hagan, H., Perlman, D.C., Torian, L.V., Beatrice, S., Semaan, S., & Friedman, S.R. (2010).  HIV Infection During Limited Versus Combined HIV Prevention Programs for IDUs in New York City: The Importance of Transmission Behaviors. Drug Alcohol Depend, 109(1-3), 154-160.

Meader, N., Li, R., Des Jarlais, D.C., & Pilling, S. (2010). Psychosocial Interventions for Reducing Injection and Sexual Risk Behaviour for Preventing HIV in Drug Users.  Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 20(1), 1-53.

Semaan, S., Des Jarlais, D.C., Malinowska-Sempruch, K., Kirby, A. & Sharpe, T.T.  (2010). Human Rights and HIV Prevention Among Drug Users.  In: E. Beracochea, C. Weinstein, & D.P. Evans (Eds.). Rights-Based Approaches to Public Health, (pp. 202-220).  New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Semaan, S., Heckathorn, D.D., Des Jarlais, D.C., & Garfein, R.S. (2010). Ethical Considerations in Surveys Employing Respondent-Driven Sampling.  Am J Public Health, 100(4), 582-583.

Uuskula, A., McMahon, J.M., Raag, M., Silm, S., Ruutel, K., Talu, A, Abel-Ollo, K., Ahas, R., & Des Jarlais, D.C. (2010).  Emergent Properties of HIV Risk aInjection Drug Users in Tallin, Estonia: Synthesis of Individual and Neighbourhood-Level Factors. Sex Trans Infect, 86 (Suppl3), iii79-iii84.

Uuskula, A., Johnston, L.G., Raag, M., Trummal, A., Talu, A., & Des Jarlais, D.C. (2010).  Evaluating Recruitment among Female Sex Workers and Injecting Drug Users at Risk for HIV Using Respondent-Driven Sampling in Estonia.  J Urban Health, 87(2), 304-317.

 

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Eloise Dunlap, PhD

Dunlap, Eloise, Andrew Golub, and Bruce D Johnson. 2003.  The lived experience of welfare reform in drug-using welfare-needy households in inner-city New York. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. 30(3):39-58. 

Dunlap, E., Golub, A., and Johnson, B. D. 2003. Girls' sexual development in the inner city: From compelled childhood sexual contact to sex-for-things exchanges. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 12(2): 73-96.

Benoit, Ellen, Doris Randolph, Eloise Dunlap, Bruce Johnson. 2003. Code switching and inverse imitation among marijuana-using crack sellers. London: British Journal of Criminology 43(3): 506-525. 

Sifaneck, Stephen, Charles Kaplan, Eloise Dunlap, Bruce D. Johnson. 2003. Blunts and Blowjes: Cannabis use practices in two cultural settings and their implications for secondary prevention. Journal of Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology  31(3): 1-11.

Dunlap, Eloise, Bruce Johnson, Gabriele Stürzenhofecker, Harry Sanabria.  2004.   Mothers and daughters:  The intergenerational reproduction of violence and drug use in home and street life. Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse  3(2):1-23.

Golub, Andrew, Bruce D. Johnson, Eloise Dunlap, and Stephen Sifaneck. 2004.  Projecting and monitoring the life course of the marijuana/blunts generation. Journal of Drug Issues Spring 361-388.

Dunlap, Eloise, Andrew Golub, Bruce D. Johnson.  2004. Transient male-female relationships and the violence they bring to girls in the inner-city. Journal of African American Studies, 7(2):  19-37.

Dunlap, Eloise, Bruce D. Johnson, Stephen J. Sifaneck, and Ellen Benoit.  2005.  Sessions, cyphers, and parties: Settings for informal social controls of blunt smoking.  Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse  43-77. 

Johnson, Bruce D., Flutura Bardhi, Stephen J. Sifaneck, Eloise Dunlap. 2005. Marijuana Argot as Subculture Threads: Social Constructions by Users in New York City.  British Journal of Criminology. 1-32.

Sifaneck, Stephen J., Bruce D. Johnson, and Eloise Dunlap. 2005.  Cigars-for-Blunts: Marketing of Flavored Tobacco Products to Youth and Minorities.  Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse 23-42.

Golub, Andrew, Bruce D. Johnson, Eloise Dunlap.  2005a. The growth in marijuana use among American youths in the 1990s and the extent of blunts smoking. Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse  1-21.

Golub, Andrew, Bruce D. Johnson, and Eloise Dunlap. 2005b.  Subcultural evolution and substance use.   Addiction Research and Theory  13(3): 217-229. 

Johnson, Bruce D., Andrew Golub, and Eloise Dunlap. 2006. The rise and decline of drugs, drug markets, and violence in New York City.  Pp. 164-206 in Alfred Blumstein and Joel Wallman. (Eds.) The Crime Drop in America.  New York: Cambridge University Press. (Second edition). 

Dunlap, Eloise, Andrew Golub and Bruce Johnson. 2006. The severely distressed African American family in the crack era: empowerment is not enough.  Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare.  32(1):115-139. 

Dunlap, E., E. Benoit, B.D.Johnson. 2006. “Social Constructions of Dependency By Blunts Smokers: Qualitative Reports.” International Journal of Drug Policy. Vol 17(3):171-182. 

Golub, Andrew, Bruce D. Johnson and Eloise Dunlap. 2006. Smoking Marijuana in Public: The Spatial and Policy Shift in New York City Arrests, 1992-2003. Harm Reduction Journal.

Johnson, Bruce D., Andrew Golub, Eloise Dunlap, Stephen J. Sifaneck, James E. McCable. 2006. Policing and social control of public marijuana use and selling in New York City. Law Enforcement Executive Forum. 6(5) Macombe Illinois: Western Illinois University.

Dunlap, Eloise, and Bruce D. Johnson. 2006. Ethical and legal dilemmas in ethnographic field research:  Three case studies.  In David Buchanan (ed.)  Ethical and Legal Issues in Research with High-Risk Populations: Addressing Threats of Suicide, Child Abuse, And Violence.  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 

Dunlap, Eloise, Gabriele Stürzenhofecker, Bruce Johnson.  2006.  The elusive romance of motherhood:  drugs, gender and reproduction in inner-city distressed households.  Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse 5(3):1-27.  

Ream, Geoffrey, Bruce D. Johnson, Stephen Sifaneck, Eloise Dunlap. 2006. Distinguishing blunts users from joint users: A comparison of marijuana use subcultures. In Spencer Cole (ed.) Street Drugs: New Research. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. Pp. 245-273. 

Golub, Andrew, Bruce D. Johnson, Eloise Dunlap. 2007.   The Race/Ethnic disparities in misdemeanor marijuana arrests in New York City.  Criminology and Public Policy, 6(1): 301-335.

Sifaneck, Stephen, Geoffrey Ream, Bruce D. Johnson, Eloise Dunlap. 2007. Retail marijuana purchases in designer and commercial markets in New York City: Sales, units, weights, and prices per gram. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 90S(2007) S40-S51.  

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Elizabeth A. Eckhardt, LCSW, PhD

Goldstein, M.F., Eckhardt, E.A., Joyner-Creamer, P., Berry, R., Paradise, H., & Cleland, C. (2010). What do deaf high school students know about HIV? AIDS Education and Prevention, 22(6) 524-538.

Berman, B. A., Streja, L., Bernaards, C., Eckhardt, E. A., Kleiger, H. B., Maucere, L., Wong, G., Barkin, S., & Bastani, R. (2007). Do deaf youth need anti-tobacco education? American Annals of the Deaf, 152(3), 344-355.

Eckhardt, E. & Anastas, J. (2007). Research methods with disabled populations. In Disability and Social Work Education: Practice and Policy Issues. The Hayworth Press, Inc.

Eckhardt, E. A., & Anastas, J. (2007). Research methods with disabled populations. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 6 (1/2), 233-249.

Berman, B. A., Bernaards, C., Eckhardt, E. A., Kleiger, H. B., Maucere, L., Streja, L., Wong, G., Barkin, S., & Bastani, R. (2006). Is tobacco use a problem among deaf college students?. American Annals of the Deaf, 151 (4), 441-451.

Eckhardt, E. A., Goldstein, M. F., Montoya, L. A., & Steinberg, A. (2006). Psychiatric diagnosis in a deaf sample using an American Sign Language version of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule-IV. Deaf Worlds, International Journal of Deaf Studies, 22 (2), 20-48.

Goldstein, M. F., Eckhardt, E., Joyner, P., & Berry, R. (2006). An HIV knowledge and attitude survey of deaf U.S. adults. Deaf Worlds, International Journal of Deaf Studies 22 (1), 163-183.

Montoya, L. A., Egnatovitch, R., Eckhardt, E., Goldstein, M., Goldstein, R. A., & Steinberg, A. G. (2004). Translation challenges and strategies: The ASL translation of a computer-based, psychiatric diagnostic interview. Sign Language Studies, 4 (4), 314-344.

Berman, B. A., Eckhardt, E. A., Kleiger, H. B., Wong, G., Lipton, D. S., Bastani, R., & Barkin, S. (2000). Developing a tobacco survey for deaf youth. American Annals of the Deaf, 145 (3), 245-255.

Eckhardt, E., Steinberg, A., Lipton, D. S., Montoya, L. A., & Goldstein, M. F. (1999). Innovative directions in mental health assessment, Part III. Use of interactive technology in assessment: A research project. Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, 32 (2), 20-30.

Steinberg, A. G., Lipton, D. S., Eckhardt, E. A., Goldstein, M. F., & Sullivan, V. J. (1998). The diagnostic interview schedule for deaf patients on interactive video: A preliminary investigation. American Journal of Psychiatry, 155 (11), 1603-1605.

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Brian R. Edlin, MD

Edlin BR. Hepatitis C screening: Getting it right. Hepatology. 2012; doi: 10.1002/hep.26194.

Duggal P, Thio CL, Wojcik GL, Goedert JJ, Mangia A, Latanich R, Kim AY, Lauer GM, Chung RT, Peters MG, Kirk GD, Mehta SH, Cox AL, Khakoo SI, Alric L, Cramp ME, Donfield SM, Edlin BR, Tobler LH, Busch MP, Alexander G, Rosen HR, Gao X, Abdel-Hamid M, Apps R, Carrington M, Thomas DL. Genome-wide association study of spontaneous resolution of hepatitis C virus infection. Ann Intern Med. In press.

Prokunina-Olsson L, Muchmore B, Tang W, Pfeiffer RM, Park H, Dickensheets H, Buckett D, Porter-Gill P, Mumy A, Kohaar I, Chen S, Brand N, Tarway M, Liu L, Sheikh F, Astemborski J, Bonkovsky HL, Edlin BR, Howell CD, Morgan TR, Thomas DL, Rehermann R, Donnelly RP, O’Brien TR. A genetic variant creating a novel interferon analog protein is associated with impaired clearance of hepatitis C virus. Nat Genet. In press.

Uccellini L, Tseng FC, Monaco A, Shebl FM, Pfeiffer R, Dotrang M, Buckett D, Busch MP, Wang E, Edlin BR, Marincola F, O’Brien TR. Hepatitis C virus RNA levels in a multi-ethnic cohort of injection drug users: human genetic, viral and demographic associations. Hepatology 2012;56(1):86-94.

Raghuraman S, Park H, Osburn WO, Winkelstein E, Edlin BR, Rehermann B. Spontaneous clearance of chronic hepatitis C virus infection is associated with appearance of neutralizing antibodies and reversal of T cell exhaustion. J Infect Dis 2012;205:763-71.

Edlin BR. Perspective: Test and treat this silent killer [invited commentary]. Nature 2011;474:S18-9.

Telles Dias P, Hahn JA, Delwart E, Edlin BR, Martin J, Lum P, Evans J, Kral A, Deeks S, Busch MP, Page K. Temporal changes in HCV genotype distribution in three different high risk populations in San Francisco, California. BMC Infect Dis 2011;11:208.

Shebl FM, Pfeiffer RM, Buckett D, Muchmore B, Chen S, Dotrang M, Prokunina-Olsson L, Edlin BR, O’Brien TR. IL28B rs12979860 genotype and spontaneous clearance of hepatitis C virus in a multi-ethnic cohort of injection drug users: evidence for a supra-additive association. J Infect Dis 2011;204:1843-7.

Zeremski M, Hooker G, Shu MA, Winkelstein E, Brown Q, Des Jarlais DC, Tobler LH, Rehermann B, Busch MP, Edlin BR, Talal AH. Induction of CXCR3- and CCR5-associated chemokines during acute hepatitis C virus infection. J Hepatol 2011;55(3):545-53.

Bekker V, Chanock SJ, Yeager M, Hutchinson AA, von Hahn T, Chen S, Xiao N, Dotrang M, Brown M, Busch MP, Edlin BR, Rice CM, O’Brien TR. Genetic variation in CLDN1 and susceptibility to hepatitis C virus infection. J Viral Hepat 2010;17:192-200.

Page-Shafer K, Pappalardo BL, Tobler LH, Phelps BH, Edlin BR, Moss AR, Wright TL, Wright DJ, O'Brien TR, Caglioti S, Busch MP. Testing strategy to identify cases of acute hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection and project HCV incidence rates. J Clin Microbiol 2008;46(2);499-506.

Brown EE, Zhang M, Zarin-Pass R, Bernig T, Tseng FC, Xiao N, Yeager M, Edlin BR, Chanock  SJ, O'Brien TR. MBL2 and hepatitis C virus infection among injection drug users. BMC Infect Dis 2008;8:57.

Mizukoshi E, Eisenbach C, Edlin BR, Newton KP, Raghuraman S, Weiler-Normann C, Tobler LH, Busch MP, Carrington M, McKeating JA, O’Brien TR, Rehermann B. Hepatitis C virus-specific immune responses of frequently exposed long-term injection drug users. J Infect Dis 2008; 198:203-12.

Weiss JJ, Bhatti L, Dieterich DT, Edlin BR, Fishbein DA, Goetz MB, Yu K, Wagner GJ. Hepatitis C patients’ self-reported adherence to pegylated interferon and ribavirin. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 2008; 28:289-93.

Tseng FC, Edlin BR, Zhang M, Kral A, Busch MP, Ortiz-Conde BA, Welzel TM, O’Brien TR. The inverse relationship between chronic HBV and HCV infections among injection drug users is associated with decades of age and drug use. J Viral Hepat 2008;15:690-8.

Heffelfinger JD, Patel P, Brooks JT, Calvet H, Daley CL, Dean HD, Edlin BR, Gensheimer KF, Jereb J, Kent CK, Lennox JL, Louie JK, Lynfield R, Peters PJ, Pinckney L, Spradling P, Voetsch AC, Fiore A. Pandemic influenza: implications for programs for controlling HIV infection, tuberculosis, and chronic viral hepatitis. Am J Public Health 2009;99:S333-9.

Zeremski M, Shu MA, Brown Q, Wu Y, Des Jarlais D, Busch MP, Talal AH, Edlin BR. HCV-specific T-cell immune responses in seronegative injection drug users. J Viral Hepat 2009;16:10-20.

Backmund M, Schuetz C, Meyer K, Edlin BR, Reimer J. The risk of emergency room treatment due to overdose in injection drug users. J Addict Dis 2009;28:68-73.

Edlin BR, Carden MR, Ferrando SJ. Managing hepatitis C in illicit drug users. Curr Hepat Rep 2007;6:60-7.

Tseng FC, O’Brien TR, Zhang M, Ortiz-Conde BA, Busch MP, Edlin BR. Seroprevalence of hepatitis B and C viruses among San Francisco Bay area injection drug users, 1998-2000. Hepatology 2007:46:666-71.

Bacchetti P, Tien PC, Seaberg EC, O’Brien TR, Augenbraun MH, Busch MP, Edlin BR. Estimating past hepatitis C infection risk from reported risk factor histories: implications for imputing age of infection and modeling fibrosis progression. BMC Infect Dis 2007;7:145.

Edlin BR, Carden MR. Injection drug users: the overlooked core of the hepatitis C epidemic [editorial commentary]. Clin Infect Dis 2006;42(5):673-6.

Bourgois P, Martinez A, Kral A, Edlin BR, Schonberg J, Ciccarone D. Reinterpreting ethnic patterns among white and African American men who inject heroin: a social science of medicine approach. PLoS Med 2006; 3(10):(e452)1805-15. doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0030452.

Edlin BR, Kresina TF, Raymond DB, Carden MR, Gourevitch MN, Rich JD, Cheever LW, Cargill VA. Overcoming barriers to prevention, care, and treatment of hepatitis C in illicit drug users. Clin Infect Dis 2005;40(Suppl 5):S276-85.

Jacobson IM, Gonzalez SA, Ahmed F, Lebovics E, Min AD, Bodenheimer HC Jr, Esposito SP, Brown RS Jr, Bräu N, Klion FM, Tobias H, Bini EJ, Brodsky N, Cerulli MA, Aytaman A, Gardner PW, Geders JM, Spivack JE, Rahmin MG, Berman DH, Ehrlich J, Russo MW, Chait M, Rovner D, Edlin BR. A randomized trial of pegylated interferon alfa-2b plus ribavirin in the retreatment of chronic hepatitis C. Am J Gastroenterol 2005;100(11):2453-62.

Edlin BR. Hepatitis C prevention and treatment for substance users in the United States: acknowledging the elephant in the room. Int J Drug Policy 2004;15(2):81-91.

Downing M, Riess TH, Vernon K, Mulia N, Hollinquest M, McKnight C, Des Jarlais DC, Edlin BR. It takes a community: successful implementation of syringe exchange programs. AIDS Educ Prev 2005; 17(1):68-78.

Kral AH, Lorvick J, Ciccarone D, Wenger L, Gee L, Martinez A, Edlin BR. HIV prevalence and risk behaviors among men who have sex with men and inject drugs in San Francisco. J Urban Health 2005;82(S1):i43-50.

Seal KH, Thawley R, Gee L, Bamberger J, Kral AH, Ciccarone D, Downing M, Edlin BR. Providing naloxone and resuscitation training to injection drug users to prevent heroin overdose death. J Urban Health 2005;82(2):303-11.

Seal KH, Kral AH, Lorvick J, McNees A, Gee L, Edlin BR. A randomized controlled trial of monetary incentives vs. outreach to enhance adherence to the hepatitis B vaccine series among injection drug users. Drug Alcohol Depend 2003;71:127-31.

Snead J, Downing M, Lorvick J, Garcia B, Thawley R, Kegeles S, Edlin BR. Secondary syringe exchange among injection drug users. J Urban Health 2003; 80:330-48.

Tsui R, Herring BL, Barbour JD, Grant RM, Bacchetti P, Kral A, Edlin BR, Delwart EL. Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 superinfection was not detected following 215 years of injection drug user exposure. J Virol 2004;78:94-103.

Backmund M, Meyer K, Edlin BR. Infrequent reinfection after successful treatment for hepatitis C virus infection in injection drug users. Clin Infect Dis 2004:39:1540-3.

Kral AH, Lorvick J, Gee L, Bacchetti P, Rawal B, Busch M, Edlin BR. Trends in HIV seroincidence among street-recruited injection drug users in San Francisco, 1987-1998. Am J Epidemiol 2003; 157:915-22.

Pfeiffer R, Tanaka Y, Yeo AE, Umemura T, Seal KH, Shih JW, Alter HJ, Edlin BR, O'Brien TR. Prevalence of SEN viruses among injection drug users in the San Francisco Bay area. J Infect Dis 2003;188:13-8.

Seal KH, Downing M, Kral AH, Singleton-Banks S, Hammond JP, Lorvick J, Ciccarone D, Edlin BR. Attitudes about take-home naloxone for the management of heroin overdose. J Urban Health 2003; 80:291-301.

Seal KH, Kral AH, Lorvick J, McNees A, Gee L, Edlin BR. A randomized controlled trial of monetary incentives vs. outreach to enhance adherence to the hepatitis B vaccine series among injection drug users. Drug Alcohol Depend 2003;71:127-31.

Snead J, Downing M, Lorvick J, Garcia B, Thawley R, Kegeles S, Edlin BR. Secondary syringe exchange among injection drug users. J Urban Health 2003; 80:330-48.

Edlin BR. Hepatitis C prevention and treatment for injection drug users. Hepatology 2002; 36(5S1):S210-9.

Edlin BR, Seal KH, Lorvick J, Kral AH, Ciccarone DH, Moore LD, Lo B. Is it justifiable to withhold treatment for hepatitis C from illicit-drug users? N Engl J Med 2001; 345:211-4.

Lorvick J, Kral AH, Seal KH, Gee L, Edlin BR. Prevalence and duration of HCV infection among injection drug users in San Francisco. Am J Public Health. 2001; 91(1):46-7.

Kral AH, Bluthenthal RN, Lorvick J, Gee L, Bacchetti P, Edlin BR. Sexual transmission of HIV among injection drug users in San Francisco, USA: risk-factor analysis. Lancet 2001; 357:1397:401.

Murphy EL, DeVita D, Liu H, Vittinghoff E, Leung P, Ciccarone DH, Edlin BR. Risk factors for skin and soft tissue abscess among injection drug users: a case-control study. Clin Infect Dis 2001; 33:35-40.

Seal KH, Kral AH, Gee L, Moore LD, Bluthenthal RN, Lorvick J, Edlin BR. Predictors and prevention of nonfatal overdose among street-recruited injection heroin users in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1998-1999. Am J Public Health 2001; 91:1842-6.

Bluthenthal RN, Kral AH, Gee L, Lorvick J, Moore LD, Seal KH, Edlin BR. Trends in HIV seroprevalence and risk among gay and bisexual men who inject drugs in San Francisco, 1988 to 2000. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 2001; 28:264-9.

Edlin BR, Irwin KL, Faruque S, et al. Intersecting epidemics: crack cocaine use and HIV infection among inner-city young adults. N Engl J Med 1994; 331(21):1422-7.

Fitzgibbon JE, Gaur S, Frenkel LD, Laraque F, Edlin BR, Dubin DT. Transmission from one child to another of HIV type 1 with a zidovudine-resistance mutation. N Engl J Med 1993; 329:1835-41.

Edlin BR, Weinstein RA, Whaling SM, Ou CY, Connolly PJ, Moore JL, Bitran JD. Zidovudine-interferon-alpha combination therapy in patients with advanced HIV-1 infection: biphasic response of p24 antigen and quantitative PCR. J Infect Dis 1992; 165:793-8.

Edlin BR, Tokars JI, Grieco MH, et al. An outbreak of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis among hospitalized patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. N Engl J Med 1992; 326:1514-21.

Edlin BR, St. Clair MH, Pitha-Rowe PM, Whaling SM, King DM, Bitran JD, Weinstein RA. In vitro resistance to zidovudine and alpha-interferon in HIV-1 isolates from patients: correlations with treatment duration and response. Ann Intern Med 1992; 117(6):457-60.

 

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Samuel R. Friedman, PhD

Friedman, Samuel R; Rossi, Diana; Phaswana-Mafuya, Nancy. (2009). Globalization and interacting large-scale processes and how they may affect the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In HIV/AIDS:Global frontiers in prevention/intervention, edited by Cynthia Pope, Renée White, and Robert Malow. 2008: New York: Routledge, Inc.  pp. 491-500.

Friedman, Samuel R; Rossi, Diana; Braine, Naomi. (2009). Theorizing “Big Events” as a potential risk environment for drug use, drug-related harm and HIV epidemic outbreaks. International Journal on Drug Policy 20:283-291.

Cooper HLF; Bossak, Brian; Tempalski B; Des Jarlais, Don C; Friedman SR. (2009). Geographic approaches to quantifying the risk environment: Drug-related law enforcement and access to syringe exchange programmes. International Journal on Drug Policy 20: 217-226.

Des Jarlais, Don C.; Arasteh, Kamyar; McKnight, Courtney; Hagan, Holly; Perlman, David; Friedman Samuel R. (2009). Using Hepatitis C Virus and Herpes Simplex Virus-2 to Track HIV among Injecting Drug Users in New York City. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 101:88-91.

Hacker MA, Leite I, Friedman SR, Carrijo RG, Bastos FI. (2009). Poverty, bridging between injecting drug users and the general population, and "interiorization" may explain the spread of HIV in southern Brazil. Health Place. Jun;15(2):514-9. Epub 2008 Nov 6.

Tempalski, B., Lieb, S., Cleland, C.M., Cooper, H., Brady, J.E., Friedman, S.R. (2009). HIV prevalence rates among injection drug users in 96 large US metropolitan areas, 1992-2002. Journal of Urban Health:86:132-154.

Friedman, Samuel R; Bolyard, Melissa; Khan, Maria; Maslow, Carey; Sandoval, Milagros; Mateu-Gelabert, Pedro; Krauss, Beatrice; Aral, Sevgi O. (2008). Group Sex Events and HIV/STI Risk in an Urban Network. J Acq Immun Syn.49(4):440-446.

Samuel R. Friedman, Barbara Tempalski, Hannah Cooper, Spencer Lieb, Joanne Brady, Peter L. Flom, Risa Friedman, Karla Gostnell, Don C Des Jarlais. (2008). Metropolitan area characteristics, injection drug use and HIV among injectors. In Y. Thomas, D. Richardson, and I. Cheung (eds), Geography and Drug Addiction, Springer. chapter 16:255-266. 

Friedman, Samuel R; Mateu-Gelabert, Pedro; Sandoval, Milagros; Hagan, Holly; Des Jarlais, Don C. (2008). Positive deviance control-case life history: a method to develop grounded hypotheses about successful long-term avoidance of infection. BMC Public Health 2008, 8:94 (20 Mar 2008).

Friedman SR, Bolyard M, Sandoval M, Mateu-Gelabert P, Maslow C, Zenilman JM.  (2008). The relative prevalence of different STIs in HIV-discordant sexual partnerships: Data from a risk network study in a high-risk New York neighborhood. Sexually Transmitted Infections 84(1):17-8.

Brady, J.E., Friedman, S.R., Cooper, HLF., Flom PL., Tempalski, B., and Gostnell, K. (2008). Estimating the Prevalence of Injection Drug Users in the US and in Large US Metropolitan Areas from 1992-2002. Journal of Urban Health, 85 (3), 323-351.

Braine, Naomi; Acker, Caroline; Goldblatt, Cullen; Yi, Huso; Friedman, Samuel; Des Jarlais, Don C. (2008). Neighborhood History as a Factor Shaping Syringe Distribution Networks Among Drug Users at a U.S. Syringe Exchange. Social Networks 30:235-246.

Cooper HLF, Brady JE, Ciccarone D, Tempalski B; Gostnell K; Friedman SR. (2008). Reply to Chai et al.: Suboxone and Rising Hospitalizations for Infective Endocarditis among Injection Drug Users in the USA: No Evidence of a Causal Link. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 46 (6) 955–956.

Mateu-Gelabert, Pedro; Bolyard, Melissa; Maslow, Carey; Sandoval, Milagros; Flom, Peter L; Friedman, Samuel R. (2008). For the Common Good: A method to measure residents' efforts to protect their community from drug and sex related harm. SAHARA Journal 5:144-157.

Neaigus, Alan; Zhao, Mingfang; Gyarmathy, V. Anna; Cisek, Linda; Friedman, Samuel R.; Baxter, Robert C. (2008). Greater drug injecting risk for HIV, HBV and HCV infection in a city where syringe exchange and pharmacy syringe distribution are illegal. The Journal of Urban Health 85(3):309-322.

Cooper, H. L., Friedman, S. R., Tempalski, B., & Friedman, R. (2007). Residential segregation and injection drug use prevalence among Black adults in US metropolitan areas. American Journal of Public Health, 97 (2), 344-352.

Des Jarlais, D. C., Arasteh, K., Perlis, T., Hagan, H., Abdul-Quader, A., Heckathorn, D. D., McKnight, C., Bramson, H., Nemeth, C., Torian, L. V., & Friedman, S. R. (2007). Convergence of HIV seroprevalence among injecting and non-injecting drug users in New York City. AIDS, 21 (2), 231-235.

Des Jarlais, D. C., Arasteh, K., Perlis, T., Hagan, H., Heckathorn, D. D., McKnight, C., Bramson, H., & Friedman, S. R. (2007). The transition from injection to non-injection drug use: Long-term outcomes among heroin and cocaine users in New York City. Addiction, 102 (5), 778-785.

Frajzyngier, V., Neaigus, A., Gyarmathy, V. A., Miller, M., & Friedman, S. R. (2007). Gender differences in injection risk behaviors at the first injection episode. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 89 (2-3), 145-152.

Friedman, S. R., Bolyard, M., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Goltzman, P., Pawlowicz, M. P., Singh, D. Z., Touze, G., Rossi, D., Maslow, C., Sandoval, M., & Flom, P. L. (2007). Some data-driven reflections on priorities in AIDS network research. AIDS and Behavior, 11 (5), 641-651.

Friedman, S. R., Cavalieri, W., Crofts, N., Walsh, N., Madden, A., & Taylor, A. (2007). Hepatitis C prevention and care for injecting drug users. International Journal of Drug Policy, 18 (5), 333-334.

Friedman, S. R., de Jong, W., Rossi, D., Touze, G., Rockwell, R., Des Jarlais, D. C., & Elovich, R. (2007). Harm reduction theory: Users’ culture, micro-social indigenous harm reduction, and the self-organization and outside-organizing of users’ groups. International Journal of Drug Policy, 18 (2), 107-117.

Friedman, S. R., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Curtis, R., Maslow, C., Bolyard, M., Sandoval, M., & Flom, P. L. (2007). Social capital or networks, negotiations, and norms? A neighborhood case study. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 32 (6S), S160-S170.

Mateu-Gelabert, P., Treloar, C., Calatayud, V. A., Sandoval, M., Zurian, J. C., Maher, L., Rhodes, T., & Friedman, S. R. (2007). How can hepatitis C be prevented in the long term?. International Journal of Drug Policy, 18 (5), 338-340.

Neaigus, A., Gyarmathy, V. A., Miller, M., Frajzyngier, V., Zhao, M., Friedman, S. R., & Des Jarlais, D. C. (2007). Injecting and sexual risk correlates of HBV and HCV seroprevalence among new drug injectors. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 89 (2-3), 234-243.

Neaigus, A., Gyarmathy, V. A., Zhao, M., Miller, M., Friedman, S. R., & Des Jarlais, D. C. (2007). Sexual and other noninjection risks for HBV and HCV seroconversions among noninjecting heroin users. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 195 (7), 1052-1061.

Tempalski, B., Flom, P. L., Friedman, S. R., Des Jarlais, D. C., Friedman, J. J., McKnight, C., & Friedman, R. (2007). Social and political factors predicting the presence of syringe exchange programs in 96 US metropolitan areas. American Journal of Public Health, 97 (3), 437-447.

Aceijas, C., Friedman, S. R., Cooper, H. L., Wiessing, L., Stimson, G. V., & Hickman, M. (2006). Estimates of injecting drug users at the national and local level in developing and transitional countries, and gender and age distribution. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 82 (Supplement 3), iii10-iii17.

Andrade, T. M., & Friedman, S. R. (2006). Principios e praticas de reducao de danos: Interfaces e extensao a outros campos da intervencao e do saber. In D. X. Silveira, & F. G. Moreira (Eds.), Panorama atual de drogas e dependencias (395-400). Sao Paulo: Athenau.

Blankenship, K. M., Friedman, S. R., Dworkin, S., & Mantell, J. E. (2006). Structural interventions: Concepts, challenges and opportunities for research. Journal of Urban Health, 83 (1), 59-72.

Des Jarlais, D. C., Sloboda, Z., Friedman, S. R., Tempalski, B., McKnight, C., & Braine, N. (2006). Diffusion of the D.A.R.E. and syringe exchange programs. American Journal of Public Health, 96 (8), 1354-1358.

Friedman, S. R., & Sherman, S. G. (2006). Public health principles for the HIV epidemic [letter]. New England Journal of Medicine, 354 (8), 877-888.

Friedman, S. R., & Touze, G. (2006). Policy bereft of research or theory: A failure of harm reduction science. International Journal of Drug Policy, 17 (2), 133-135.

Friedman, S. R., Cooper, H. L., Tempalski, B., Keem, M., Friedman, R., Flom, P. L., & Des Jarlais, D. C. (2006). Relationships of deterrence and law enforcement to drug-related harms among drug injectors in US metropolitan areas. AIDS, 20 (1), 93-99.

Friedman, S. R., Kippax, S. C., Phaswana-Mafuya, N., Rossi, D., & Newman, C. E. (2006). Emerging future issues in HIV/AIDS social research. AIDS, 20 (7), 959-965.

Friedman, S., Rossi, D., & Flom, P. L. (2006). "Big events" and networks. Connections, 27 (1), 9-14.

Neaigus, A., Gyarmathy, V. A., Miller, M., Frajzyngier, V. M., Friedman, S. R., & Des Jarlais, D. C. (2006). Transitions to injecting drug use among noninjecting heroin users: Social network influence and individual susceptibility. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 41 (4), 493-503.

Rockwell, R., Joseph, H., & Friedman, S. R. (2006). New York City injection drug users' memories of syringe-sharing patterns and changes during the peak of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. AIDS and Behavior, 10 (6), 691-698.

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Lloyd A. Goldsamt, PhD

Lloyd A. Goldsamt, Julie O’Brien, Michael C. Clatts, and Laura Silver McGuire. 2005. The Relationship Between Club Drug Use and Other Drug Use: A Survey of New York City Middle School Students. Substance Use & Misuse, 40:1539–1555.

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Andrew Golub, PhD

Golub, A., Vazan, P., Bennett, A. S., & Liberty, H. J. (Forthcoming). Unmet Need for Treatment of Substance Use Disorders and Serious Psychological Distress among Veterans: A Nationwide Analysis using the NSDUH. Military Medicine.

Bennett, A. S., & Golub, A. (2012). Sociological Factors and Addiction. In H. J. Shaffer, D. A. LaPlante & S. E. Nelson (Eds.), Addiction Syndrome Handbook (pp. 195-210). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Golub, A., Strickler, J., & Dunlap, E. (2012). Towards improving surveys of living arrangements among poor African Americans. Journal of Contemporary Family Studies, 43(4), 545-565.

Bennett, A. S., Golub, A., & Dunlap, E. (2011). Drug market reconstitution in New Orleans after Katrina: Lessons for Local Drug Abuse Control Initiatives. Justice Research and Policy, 13(1), 23-44.

Dunlap, E., & Golub, A. (2011). Drug markets during the Katrina disaster. Disaster Prevention and Management, 20(3), 251-265. PMID: 21841898. PMCID: PMC3155421.

Golub, A., Dunlap, E., & Benoit, E. (2010). Drug Use and Conflict among Inner-City African-American Relationships in the 2000s. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 42(3), 327-337. NIHMSID: 284812. PMID: 21053755.

Murray, D., Golub, A., Dunlap, E., Johnson, B. D., & Benoit, E. (2008). B.K.’s story: His path to becoming an inner-city custodial father. Journal of African American Studies, 12(4), 336-347. NIHMSID: 295525.

Golub, A., Johnson, B. D., & Dunlap, E. (2007). The race/ethnicity disparity in misdemeanor marijuana arrests in New York City. Criminology and Public Policy, 6(1), 131-164. PMCID: PMC2561263. PMID: 18841246.

Johnson, B. D., & Golub, A. (2007). The potential for accurately measuring behavioral and economic dimensions of consumption, prices, and markets for illegal drugs. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 90(S), S16-S26. PMCID: PMC1986733. PMID: 16978801.

Dunlap, E., Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (2006). The severely-distressed African-American family in the Crack Era: Empowerment is not enough. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 33(1), 115-139. PMCID: PMC2565489. PMID: 18852841.

Golub, A., Johnson, B. D., & Dunlap, E. (2006). Smoking marijuana in public: The spatial and policy shift in New York City arrests, 1992-2003. Harm Reduction Journal, 3, 22. PMCID: PMC1584220. PMID: 16889660.

Johnson, B. D., Golub, A., Deren, S., Des Jarlais, D. C., Fuller, C., & Vlahov, D. (2006). The non-impact of the expanded syringe access program upon heroin use, injection behaviors, and crime indicators in New York City and State. Justice Research and Policy, 8(1), 27-49.

Johnson, B. D., Golub, A., & Dunlap, E. (2006). The rise and decline of drugs, drug markets, and violence in New York City. In A. Blumstein & J. Wallman (Eds.), The Crime Drop in America (revised ed., pp. 164-206). New York: Cambridge.

Golub, A. (2005). The Cultural/Subcultural Contexts of Marijuana Use at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

Golub, A., Johnson, B. D., & Dunlap, E. (2005). Subcultural evolution and substance use. Addiction Research and Theory, 13(3), 217-229. NIHMSID: 287164.

Golub, A., Johnson, B. D., Dunlap, E., & Sifaneck, S. (2004). Projecting and monitoring the life course of the marijuana/blunts generation. Journal of Drug Issues, 34(2), 361-388.

Dunlap, E., Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (2003a). Girls’ sexual development in the inner city: From compelled childhood sexual contact to sex-for-things exchanges. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 12(2), 73-96. PMID: 15105084.

Dunlap, E., Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (2003b). The lived experience of welfare reform in drug-using welfare-needy households in inner-city New York. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 30(3), 39-58.

Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (2001a). The rise of marijuana as the drug of choice among youthful adult arrestees. National Institute of Justice Research in Brief, NCJ 187490.

Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (2001b). Variation in youthful risk of progression from alcohol/tobacco to marijuana and hard drugs across generations. American Journal of Public Health, 91(2), 225-232.

Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (1999). Cohort changes in illegal drug use among arrestees in Manhattan: From the heroin injection generation to the blunts generation. Substance Use and Misuse, 34(13), 1733-1763.

Golub, A. (1997). Decision Analysis: An Integrated Approach. New York: Wiley.
Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (1997). Crack’s decline: Some surprises across U.S. cities. National Institute of Justice Research in Brief, NCJ 165707.

Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (1994a). A recent decline in cocaine use among youthful arrestees in Manhattan (1987-1993). American Journal of Public Health, 84(8), 1250-1254.

Golub, A., & Johnson, B. D. (1994b). The shifting importance of alcohol and marijuana as gateway substances among serious drug abusers. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 55, 607-614.

 

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Honoria Guarino, PhD

Guarino, H., Moore, S.K., Marsch, L.A., and Florio, S.  (2012). The Social Production of Substance Abuse and HIV/HCV risk: An Exploratory Study of Opioid-using Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union Living in New York City. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy, 7:2. http://www.substanceabusepolicy.com/content/7/1/2.

Moore, S.K., Guarino, H., Acosta, M.C., Marsch, L.A., Rosenblum, A., Aronson, I.D.,  Grabinski, M.J. and Turk, D.C. (2013). Patients as Collaborators: Using Focus Groups and Feedback Sessions to Develop an Interactive, Web-based Self-management Intervention for Chronic Pain. Pain Medicine.

Marsch, L.A., Guarino, H., Acosta, M., Nunes, E., Aponte-Melendez, Y., Cleland, C., Grabinski, M., Brady, R. and Edwards, J. (In press). Web-based Behavioral Treatment for Substance Use Disorders as a Partial Replacement of Standard Community-based Treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment.

Moore, S.K., Guarino. H., and Marsch, L.A. (In press). “This is Not Who I Want to Be”:  Experiences of Opioid-dependent Youth prior to, and During, Combined Buprenorphine and Behavioral Treatment. Substance Use & Misuse.

Matusow, H., Guarino, H., Rosenblum, A., Vogel, H., Uttaro, T., Khabir, S. and
Magura, S.  (2013).  Consumers’ Experiences in Dual-Focus Mutual Aid for Co-occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders. Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment, 7:39-47. http://www.la-press.com/consumers-experiences-in-dual-focus-mutual-aid-for-co-occurring-substa-article-a3574.

Guarino, H., Deren, S., Mino, M., Kang, S-Y. and Shedlin, M. (2010). Training Drug Treatment Patients to Conduct Peer-based HIV Outreach: An Ethnographic Perspective on Peers’ Experiences.  Substance Use and Misuse, 45:414-36.  PMID: 20141456

Guarino, H., Marsch, L.A., Campbell, W.S., Gargano, S.P., Haller, D.L. and Solhkhah, R. (2009). Methadone Maintenance Treatment for Youth: Experiences of Clients, Staff and Parents.  Substance Use and Misuse, 44:1979-89. PMID: 20001689

Colon, R.M., Deren, S., Guarino, H., Mino, M. and Kang, S-Y. (2010). Challenges in Recruiting and Training Drug Treatment Patients as Peer Outreach Workers: A Perspective from the Field.  Substance Use and Misuse, 45:1892-908.  PMID: 20380554

Deren, S., Kang, S-Y., Mino, M. & Guarino, H. (2010). Migrant Drug Users: Predictors of HIV-related Sexual and Injection Risk Behaviors. Journal of Immigrant and  Minority Health, 12, 2:179-86. PMID: 19093210

Deren, S., Kang, S-Y., Mino, M., Guarino, H. (2011). Conducting Peer Outreach to Migrants: Outcomes for Drug Treatment Patients. Journal of Immigrant and
Minority Health.Epub ahead of print, Apr 11.  PMID: 21479888

 

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David Kressel, PhD

David Kressel, Keith Morgen, Ceorge De Leon, Gregory Bunt and Britta Muehlbach (2009) A Protocol to Improve Clinical Practice (PICP) in Therapeutic Community Treatment. Therapeutic Communities, 30 (1) 7-22.

David Kressel, Ph.D., George De Leon, Ph.D., Michael Palij, Ph.D., Gregory Rubin, M.A (2000) Measuring client clinical progress in therapeutic community treatmentThe therapeutic community Client Assessment Inventory,Client Assessment Summary, and Staff Assessment Summary. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 19 267–272.

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Hilary James Liberty, PhD

Liberty, H.J., Johnson, B.D., & Fortner, N. (2003).  Detecting crack and other cocaine use with Fastpatches.  Addiction Biology. 8: 191200.

Liberty, H. J., Johnson, B.D., &  Fortner, N.  (2004) Detecting cocaine use through sweat testing:  Multilevel modeling of sweat patch length-of-wear data..  The Journal of Analytical Toxicology. 28:1-7.

Liberty, H.J., and Taylor, A. (2007). Illicit drug use, acquiring information about.  Encyclopedia of Epidemiology.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

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Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, PhD

A Dialogue on the Incapability/Capability of Injection Drug Users. (2009) Friedman, SR., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Sandoval, M. Substance Use & Misuse, 44:1971-1978.

Strategies to Avoid Opiate Withdrawal: Implications for HCV and HIV Risks. (2009) Mateu-Gelabert, P., Friedman, SR., Sandoval, M., Wendel, T., Meylakhs, P. International Journal of Drug Policy. August 2009.

For the common good: Measuring residents’ efforts to protect their community from drug and sex related harm. (2009) Mateu-Gelabert P, Bolyard M, Maslow C, Sandoval , Flom PL, Friedman SR. Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS. Vol. 5 No. 3

Inhalant abuse looms as a major threat for South American youth. Marya Hynes Dowell and Pedro Mateu-Gelabert. CICAD Observer. Organization of American States. No. 1, Year 6 —  First Quarter 2008.   

Positive deviance control-case life history: a method to develop grounded hypotheses about successful long-term avoidance of infection. Friedman SR, Mateu-Gelabert P, Sandoval M, Hagan H, Des Jarlais DC. BMC Public Health. 2008 Mar 20;8:94.

Gangs in U.S. Schools. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert & Howard Lune. In Encyclopedia of Gangs. Louis Kontos and David C. Brotherton eds. Wesport (CT): Greenwood Press. 2008

How can hepatitis C be prevented in the long-term? Pedro Mateu-Gelabert; Carla Treloar; Victor Agullo; Milagros Sandoval; Juan Carlos Valderrama; Lisa Maher; Tim Rhodes; Samuel R Friedman. International Journal of Drug Policy.2007 Oct;18 (5):338-40.

Pincharse sin infectarse: Estrategias para prevenir la infección de VIH y VHC entre inyectores. Mateu-Gelabert  P, Friedman SR, Sandoval, M. Trastornos Adictivos, Vol. 9, Num. 4. 2007

Street Codes In High School: School As An Educational Deterrent. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert and Howard Lune. City & Community 6:3. September 2007.

Social capital or networks, negotiations and norms? A neighborhood case study. Samuel R. Friedman, Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, Richard Curtis, Carey Maslow, Melissa Bolyard, Milagros Sandoval, Peter L. Flom. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2007;32(6S):S160 –S170).

Keeping it Together: Stigma, Response, and Perception of Risk in Relationships between Hard Drug Users and other Community Residents. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, Carey Maslow, Peter L. Flom, Milagros Sandoval, Melissa Bolyard, Samuel R. Friedman. AIDS Care. 2005 Oct;17(7):802-13

Can Effective Policing Also Be Respectful? Two Examples in the South Bronx. Robert C. Davis, Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, Joel Miller. Police Quarterly. Volume 8, Number 2. June 2005.

Sueños, Bandas y Pistolas: La Interacción entre la Violencia Adolescente y la Inmigración en un Vecindario de la ciudad de Nueva York. Revista Española de Investigación Criminológica.  Num. 2, 2004.

School Violence: The Bi-Directional Conflict Flow between Neighborhood and School. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert and Howard Lune. City & Community 2:4. December 2003.

Dreams, Gangs, and Guns: The Interplay Between Adolescent Violence and Immigration in a New York City Neighborhood. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert. Vera Institute of Justice, April 2002. 
On the web: http://vera.org/publication_pdf/157_234.pdf 
Translated to Spanish Sueños, Bandas y Pistolas.

School Violence: The Bi-Directional Conflict Flow between Neighborhood and School. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert. Vera Institute of Justice, July 2000.
On the web: http://vera.org/publication_pdf/perimeters.pdf

From Criminality To Health: La Bodega De La Familia Addressing The ‘Family Effect’ In The History Of Drug Use And Criminal Behavior. Vera Institute of Justice, December 2000.

Respectful and Effective Policing: Two Examples in the South Bronx. Robert C. Davis and Pedro Mateu-Gelabert. Vera Institute of Justice, March 1999.
On the web: http://vera.org/publication_pdf/respectful_policing.pdf
Translated to Portuguese Policiamento Eficiente e com Respeito: Dois Exemplos No South Bronx. Março 1999.
On the web: http://vera.org/publication_pdf/respectful_policing_portuguese.pdf

Effective Police Management Affects Citizen Perceptions. Robert C. Davis and Pedro Mateu-Gelabert. At-A-Glance: Recent Research Findings (NIJ Journal, July 2000)

Street Ethos: Surviving High School. Mateu-Gelabert, P. Ann Arbor (MI): UMI, 1998.

The 1992-1993 Evaluation of the Loan Forgiveness Program. Office of Educational Research, New York City Board of Education, 1994.

District Parent Liaison Pilot Program 1992-93. Report written in collaboration with Carolle Charles, Pamela Wheaton, and Juliet Whittle. Office of Educational Research, New York City Board of Education, 1994.

Evaluation of the Parent Involvement Program. Report written in collaboration with Carolle Charles, Adeola Joda, Yves-Francois Pierre, Belinda Rowe, Catherine Scott, Pamela Wheaton, and Juilet Whittle. Office of Educational Research, New York City Board of Education, 1994.

Incarceration, Sex with an STI/HIV-Infected Partner, and STI/HIV Infection Status in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY: A Social Network Perspective. Khan, Maria R.; Epperson, M.; Mateu-Gelabert, P.; Bolyard, M.; Sandoval, M.; & Friedman, SR (in press).American Journal of Public Health.

Symbiotic Goals and the Prevention of Blood-Borne Viruses among Injection Drug Users. Friedman S, Sandoval M, Mateu-Gelabert P, Meylakhs P, Des Jarlais DC. Subst Use Misuse. In press.

Relative prevalence of different STIs in HIV-discordant sexual partnerships: Data from a risk network study in a high-risk New York neighborhood. (2008) Friedman SR, Bolyard M, Sandoval M, Mateu-Gelabert P, Maslow C, Zenilman JM. Sexually Transmitted Infections 84 (1):17-18.

Group Sex Events and HIV/STI Risk in an Urban Network. (2008) Friedman SR, Bolyard M, Khan M, Maslow C, Sandoval M, Mateu-Gelabert P, Krauss B, Aral SO.  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 49 (4): 440-446.

Harnessing the power of social networks to reduce HIV risk. Friedman, S. R., Bolyard, M., Maslow, C., Mateu-Gelabert, P., & Sandoval, M. (2005). Focus. 2005 Jan;20(1):5-6

Urging others to be healthy: “Intravention” by injection drug users as a community prevention goal. Friedman, Samuel R., Maslow, Carey, Bolyard, Melissa, Sandoval, Milagros, Mateu-Gelabert, Pedro, Neaigus, Alan. (2004). AIDS Education and Prevention 16:250-263.

Networks, norms and HIV risk in New York City. In The Network Paradigm in Research on Drug abuse, HIV, and other Blood-borne and Sexually Transmitted Infections: New Perspectives, Approaches and Applications. Friedman, S. R., Flom, P. L., Kottiri, B. J., Sandoval, M., Neaigus, A., Maslow, C. B., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Zenilman, J., Des Jarlais, D. C., & Barth-Jones, D. C. (2002). NIDA/CAMCODA Working Meeting (pp. 41-49). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

What risk networks and social networks can contribute to understanding and preventing the spread of HIV. In 2001 Global Research Network meeting on HIV prevention in drug-using populations: Fourth Annual Meeting Report (pp. 19-25). Friedman, S. R., Neaigus, A., Sandoval, M., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Flom, P. L., Kottiri, B. J., Fuld, J., Krauss, B., & Des Jarlais, D. C. (2002). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Gang emergence in New York City: Continuity and change in the social organization and symbolic representation of youth violence. Mercer L. Sullivan, Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, Barbara Miller and Joseph Richardson. Vera Institute of Justice, September 1999.

The Effects of Exposure to Violence on Early Adolescent Development: A Lifespace Approach. Mercer L. Sullivan with Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, Barbara Miller and Joseph Richardson. Vera Institute of Justice, September 1998.

VIDEOTAPE PUBLICATION

Police Management, Citizen Complaints, and Attitudes Toward the Police. Guest Speaker with Rob Davis at the National Institute of Justice Research in Progress Seminar Series. Washington, DC. Presentation recorded for Videotape Series from NIJ.

PUBLICATIONS – Contributions

Agencia Sueca de Cooperación Internacional Para El Desarrollo (2007). Maras y pandillas, comunidad y policía en Centroamérica. Prologue de Dr. Juanjo Medina y Dr. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert.

Corte Suprema de Justicia, Ministerio Público y Ministerio de Gobernación de Guatemala (2007). Delitos contra la vida en Guatemala: Un estudio de casos sobre 553 homicidios cometidos y el desempeño del sistema de justicia. Consultant.

Merrill Singer (2005). Something Dangerous. Emergent and Changing Illicit Drug Use and Community Health. Long Grove, Illinois: Waveland Press, Inc. Contributing as ethnographic photographer with 5 credited photos.

Mercer Sullivan and Nancy Vorsanger. (January 2000) Understanding Adolescent Violence: An Ethnographic Approach. Vera Institute of Justice. Contributing ethnographer.

Devine, John. (1996). Maximum Security: The Culture of Violence in Inner-City Schools. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Contributing ethnographer.

 

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Larry Nuttbrock, PhD

Nuttbrock L, Blumenstein R, Rosenblum A. Transgender identity affirmation and mental health. The International Journal of Transgenderism http://www.symposium.com/ijt/index.htm .

Nuttbrock L, McQuistion H, Rosenblum A, Magura S. Psychotic ideation and access to entitlement programs among homeless New Yorkers. Psychiatric Services 53: 719-23.

Nuttbrock L, Rosenblum a, Magura S, McQuistion H, Joseph H. The association between cocaine use and HIV/STDs among soup kitchen attendees in New York City. JAIDS 25: 86-91.

Nuttbrock, L, Rahav M, Rivera J, Ng-Mak D, Link B. Outcomes of mentally ill chemical abusers referred to community residences and a therapeutic community. Psychiatric Services 21: 68-76.

Nuttbrock L, Ng-Mak D, Rahv M, Rivera J. Pre- and post-admission attrition of mentally ill chemical abusers referred to residential treatment programs. Addiction 92: 1305-1316.

Link B, Struening E, Rahav M, Phelan J, Nuttbrock L. Is stigma an enduring problem or a transitory trouble? Evidence from a longitudinal study of men with dual diagnosis of mental illness and substance abuse. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 14: 16-21.

Nuttbrock L, Freudiger P. Identity salience and motherhood: A test of Stryker's theory. Social Psychology Quarterly 54: 13-21

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Frank S. Pearson, PhD

Pearson, Frank S. and Douglas S. Lipton. 1999. "A Meta-Analytic Review of the Effectiveness of Corrections-Based Treatments for Drug Abuse.” The Prison Journal 79: 384-410.

Egg, Rudolf, Frank S. Pearson, Charles M. Cleland, and Douglas S. Lipton. 2000. "Evaluations of Correctional Treatment Programs in Germany: A Review & Meta-Analysis." Substance Use & Misuse 35:1967-2009.

Pearson, Frank S., Douglas S. Lipton, Charles M. Cleland, and Dorline S. Yee. 2002. "The Effects of Behavioral/Cognitive-Behavioral Programs on Recidivism." Crime and Delinquency 48(3):476-96.

Sacks, Stanley and Frank S. Pearson. 2003. "Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders in Offenders: Approaches, Findings and Recommendations." Federal Probation 67(2):32-39.

Sacks, Stanley, JoAnn Y. Sacks, Karen McKendrick, Frank S. Pearson, Steve Banks, Michael Harle. 2004. "Outcomes from a Therapeutic Community for Homeless Addicted Mothers and Their Children” Administration and Policy in Mental Health 31(4):313-338.

Lipton, Douglas S., Frank S. Pearson, Charles M. Cleland, and Dorline Yee. 2003. "The Effects of Therapeutic Communities and Milieu Therapy on Recidivism: Meta-Analytic Findings From the Correctional Drug Abuse Treatment Effectiveness (CDATE) Study." Pp. 39-77 in Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment: Effective Programmes and Policies to Reduce Re-Offending, Edited by James McGuire. London: John Wiley.

Sacks, S., Sacks, J. Y., McKendrick, K., Pearson, F. S., Banks, S., & Harle, M. (2004). Outcomes from a Therapeutic Community for Homeless, Addicted Mothers and Their Children. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 31(4), 313-338.

Duncan, A., Sacks, S., Melnick, G., Cleland, C. M., Pearson, F. S., & Coen, C. (2008). Performance of the Co-Occurring Disorders Screening Instruments (CODSIs) among minority offenders. Behavioral Science & the Law, 26(4), 351-368.

Pearson, F. S., Cleland, C. M., Chaple, M., Hamilton, Z., Prendergast, M. L., & Rich, J. D. (2008). Substance Use, Mental Health Problems, and Behavior at Risk for HIV: Evidence from CJDATS. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 40(4). 459-469.

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Andrew Rosenblum, PhD

Magura S, Lee JD, Hershberger J, Joseph H, Marsch L, Shropshire C, Rosenblum A. Buprenorphine and methadone maintenance in jail and post-release: a randomized clinical trial. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2009, 99 (1-3):222-30. [Abstract]

Nuttbrock L, Hwahng S, Bockting W, Rosenblum A, Mason M, Macri M, Becker J. Lifetime risk factors for HIV/STI infections among male-to-female transgender persons. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 2009. [Abstract]

Rosenblum A, Marsch LA, Joseph H, Portenoy RK.  Opioids and the Treatment of Chronic Pain: Controversies, Current Status and Future Directions. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 2008, 5 (16), 405 – 417. [Abstract]

Sheu R, Lussier D, Rosenblum A, Fong C, Portenoy J, Joseph H, Portenoy RK: Prevalence and characteristics of chronic pain in patients admitted to an outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program. Pain Med 2008; 9:911-917. [Abstract]

Magura S, Rosenblum A, Villano CL, Vogel HS, Fong C, Betzler T. Dual-focus mutual aid for co-occurring disorders: a quasi-experimental outcome evaluation study. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2008; 34(1):61-74. [Abstract]

Magura S, Lee SJ, Salsitz EA, Kolodny A, Whitley SD, Taubes T, Seewald R, Joseph H, Kayman DJ, Fong C, Marsch LA, Rosenblum A. Outcomes of buprenorphine maintenance in office-based practice. J Addict Dis. 2007; 26(2):13-23. [Abstract]

Magura S, Lee SJ, Salsitz EA, Kolodny A, Whitley SD, Taubes T, Seewald R, Joseph H, Kayman DJ, Fong C, Marsch LA, Rosenblum A. Outcomes of Buprenorphine Maintenance in Office-based Practice. J Addict Dis. 2007; 26(2): 13-23. [Abstract]

Rosenblum A, Parrino M, Schnoll SH, Fong C, Maxwell C, Cleland CM, Magura S, Haddox JD.  Prescription opioid abuse among enrollees into methadone maintenance treatment. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2007; 90(1): 64-71.[Abstract]

Villano CL, Rosenblum A, Magura S, Fong C, Cleland C, Betzler TF.  Prevalence and correlates of posttraumatic stress disorder and chronic severe pain in psychiatric outpatients. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2007; 44(2): 167-78[Abstract]  

Isralowitz RE, Straussner SL, Rosenblum A.  Drug abuse, risks of infectious diseases and service utilization among former Soviet Union immigrants: a view from New York City. J Ethn Subst Abuse. 5:91-96, 2006. [Abstract]

Rosenblum A, Magura S, Kayman DJ, Fong C. Motivationally-enhanced group counseling for substances users in a soup kitchen: A randomized clinical trial. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 80, 81-103, 2005. [Abstract]

Kayman DJ, Gordon C, Rosenblum A, & Magura S. A port in a storm: Client perceptions of substance abuse treatment outreach in a soup kitchen. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, , 5(4): 3-25, 2005.

Rosenblum A, Foote J, Cleland C, Magura S, Mahmood D, Kosanke N. Moderators of effects of motivational enhancements to cognitive behavioral therapy.  Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 31(1):35-58, 2005. Erratum in: Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2005;31(2):357.

Rosenblum A, Magura  S, Fong C,  Curry P, Norwood C, Casella D.  Effects of Peer Mentoring on HIV-Affected Youths’ Substance Use Risk and Association with Substance Using Friends.  Journal of Social Service Research. 32, 45-60, 2005.

Rosenblum A, Magura S, Fong C, Cleland C, Norwood C, Casella D, Truell J,  Curry P. Substance Use Among Young Adolescents in HIV-Affected Families: Resiliency, Association with Deviant Peers, and Family Functioning. Substance Use and Misuse. Subst Use Misuse. 2005; 40(5): 581-603.

Villano, C. L., Rosenblum, A., Magura, S., Laudet, A., Fong, C., Betzler  T., Vogel. H., & Knight E.  Mental health clinicians’ 12 Step referral practices with dually diagnosed patients. International Journal of Self Help & Self Care, 3/(1–2), 63-71, 2005.

Kayman DJ, Rosenblum A, & Joseph H. (2004). Buprenorphine: A promising option for the treatment of opioid dependence. Section Connection, newsletter for members of National Association of Social Workers, Section for Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs, Summer 2004, pp. 7-13.

Laudet, A., Magura, S., Cleland, C., Vogel, H.,  Knight, E.,  Rosenblum, A. The effect of 12-step-based fellowship participation on abstinence among dually-diagnosed persons: A two year longitudinal study. J  Psychoactive Drugs. 2004;  36(2): 207-216.

Nuttbrock LA, Rosenblum A, Magura S, Villano C, Wallace J. Linking female sex workers with substance abuse treatment. J Subst Abuse Treat. 27:233-9. 2004.

Palij M, Rosenblum A, Magura S. Daily activities of cocaine-dependent methadone patients. Journal of Maintenance in the Addictions, 2(1/2) 65-85, 2003.

Johnson BD, Rosenblum AR & Kleeber H. A New Opportunity to Expand Treatment for Heroin Users in New York City: Public Policy Challenges for Bringing Buprenorphine into Drug Treatment Programs and General Medical Practice. A White Paper commissioned and published by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. May 2003. (http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/pdf/public/dmh/whitepaper.pdf).

Rosenblum A, Joseph J, Fong C, Kipnis S, Cleland C, Portenoy R. Prevalence and characteristics of chronic pain among chemically dependent patients in methadone maintenance and residential treatment facilities. JAMA, 18(289):230-2378, 2003.

Magura S, Staines GL, Kosanke N, Rosenblum A, Foote J, DeLuca A, Bali P. Predictive validity of the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria for naturalistically matched vs. mismatched alcoholism patients. American Journal on Addictions, 12 (5) 386-397, 2003.

Magura S, Laudet A, Mahmood D, Rosenblum A, Knight, E. Adherence to medication regimens and participation in dual-focus self-help groups. Psychiatr Serv, 53(3):310-6, 2002.

Nuttbrock L, Rosenblum A, Blumentstein R. Transgender Identitity Affirmation and Mental Health. International Journal of Transgenderism (electronic journal). 6, 2002. http://www.symposion.com/ijt/index.htm.

Magura S, & Rosenblum A. Leaving methadone treatment: Lessons learned, lessons forgotten, lessons ignored. The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 68(1): 62-74, 2001.

Rosenblum A, Nuttbrock L, McQuisition H, Magura S, Joseph H. Hepatitis C and substance abuse in a sample of homeless people in New York City. Journal of the Addictive Diseases, 24(4): 15-25, 2001.

Magura S, Rosenblum A. Modulating effect of alcohol use on cocaine use. Addictive Behavior, 25(1): 117-122, 2000.

Foote J, DeLuca A, Magura S, Warner A, Grand A, Rosenblum A, Stahl S. A group motivational treatment for chemical dependency. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 1793): 181-192, 1999.

Rosenblum A, Magura S, Palij M, Foote J, Handelsman L, Stimmel B. Enhanced treatment outcomes for cocaine-using methadone patients. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 54, 207-218, 1999.

Rosenblum A, Foote J, Magura S, Sturiano V, Xu N, Stimmel B. Follow-up of inpatient cocaine withdrawal for cocaine-using methadone patients. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 13(6): 467-470, 1996.

Magura S, Rosenblum A. Lewis C, Joseph H. The effectiveness of in-jail methadone maintenance. The Journal of Drug Issues, 23(1):75-99, 1993.

Rosenblum A, Magura, Joseph H. Ambivalence toward methadone treatment among intravenous drug users. Journal Psychoactive Drugs, 23(1):21-7, 1991.

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Janie Simmons, EdD

Simmons, J. and McMahon, J. (2012) Barriers to Drug Treatment for IDU Couples: The Need for Couples-based Approaches. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 31(3), 242-257.

Simmons J, Rajan S, McMahon JM. (2012) Retrospective accounts of injection initiation in intimate partnerships. International Journal of Drug Policy 23(4), 2012.

Simmons, J. The Interplay between Interpersonal Dynamics, Treatment Barriers, and Larger Social Forces: An Exploratory Study of Drug-Using Couples in Hartford, CT, Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy, 1:12, 2006.

Simmons, J. and Singer, M. I Love You … and Heroin: Care and Collusion among Drug-using Couples. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy, 1:7, 2006.

Simmons, J., Koester, K. Hidden Injuries of Research on Social Suffering among Drug Users. Practicing Anthropology, (25) 3, 2003.

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Barbara Tempalski, PhD, MPH

Tempalski, B., Cleland, C.M., Pouget, E.R., Chatterjee, S., Friedman, S.R. Persistence of low drug treatment coverage for injection drug users in large US metropolitan areas. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 2010. Vol. 5. doi:10.1186/1747-597X-5-23

Tempalski, B., Lieb, S., Cleland, C.M., Cooper, H., Brady, J.E., Friedman, S.R. HIV prevalence rates among injection drug users in 96 large US metropolitan areas, (1992-2002). Journal of Urban Health 2009. Vol. 86, pp. 132-54.

Tempalski, B., & McQuie, H. Drugscapes and the role of place and space in IDU-related HIV risk environments. Invited commentary: International Journal on Drug Policy 2009. Vol. 20, pp. 4-13.

Tempalski, B., Cooper, H., Friedman, S.R., Des Jarlais, D.C., and Brady, J. Correlates of syringe coverage for heroin injection in 35 large metropolitan areas in the US in which heroin is the dominant injected drug. International Journal on Drug Policy 2008. Vol. S19, pp. S47-S58.

Tempalski, B., Friedman, R., Keem, M., Cooper, H., Friedman, S.R. NIMBY localism and national inequitable exclusion alliances: The case of syringe exchange programs in the United States. Geoforum 2007. Vol. 38, pp. 1250-1263.

Tempalski, B. Placing the Dynamics of Syringe Exchange Programs in the United States. Health & Place 2007. Vol. 13, pp. 417-431.

Tempalski, B., Flom, P.L., Friedman, S.R., Des Jarlais, D.C., Friedman, J.J., McKnight, C., Friedman, R. Social and Political Factors Predicting the Presence of Syringe Exchange Programs in 96 Metropolitan Areas in the United States. American Journal of Public Health 2007. Vol. 97, pp. 437-447.

Tempalski, B., Friedman, S.R., Des Jarlais, D.C., McKnight, C., Keem, M. and Friedman, R. What predicts which metropolitan areas in the USA have syringe exchanges? International Journal on Drug Policy Dec. 2003. Vol. 14, pp. 417-424.

Tempalski, B. and McLafferty, S. Low Birthweights in New York City: Using GIS to Predict Communities at Risk. Geo Info Systems 1997. Vol. 7, pp. 34-37.

Tempalski, B. The Case of Guinea Worm: GIS as a Tool for the Analysis of Disease Control Policy. Geo Info Systems 1994. Vol. 4, No.2, pp. 32-38.

Book Chapter: Tempalski, B. Placing the dynamics of syringe exchange programs in the United States. (Chapter 20). In D. Richardson, Y. Thomas, and I. Cheung (eds), Geography and Drug Addiction, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

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Nelson J. Tiburcio, PhD

Strauss, S.M., Tiburcio, N.J., Munoz-Plaza, C., Gwadz, M., Lunievicz, J., Osborne, A., Padilla, D., McCarty-Arias, M., and Norman, R. (2009). HIV care providers’ implementation of routine alcohol reduction support for their patients. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 23(3), 211-218. PMID: 19866539

Tiburcio, N.J. (2008). Long-term recovery from heroin use among female ex-offenders: Marisol’s story. Substance Use and Misuse (12, 13) 1950-1970.

Tiburcio N and Kressel D. (In press.) An enhanced understanding of therapeutic communities worldwide. Revista Adicción y Ciencia, 1(4).

Ziek, K., Tiburcio, N. & Correa, N. (2002). Follow-up and tracking methods for hard to reach populations. In Tortu, S., Goldsamt, L., and Hamid R., (eds.) A Practical Guide to Research and Service with Hidden Populations. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Tiburcio, N.J., Twiggs, R., & Dunlap, E. (2009). Hurricane changes: Examining enhanced motivation to change drug using behaviors among Katrina evacuees. Anuario de Investigación en Adicciones, 10 (1), 79-95.

Brook DW, Brook JS, Rubenstone E, Zhang C, Castro FG, and Tiburcio N. (2008). Risk factors for distress in the adolescent children of HIV-positive and HIV-negative drug-abusing fathers. AIDS Care 20 (1), 93-100.

Strauss, S.M., Munoz-Plaza, C., Tiburcio, N.J., Maisto, S.A., Conigliaro, J. , Gwadz, M., Lunievicz, J. and Norman, R. (2009). HIV care providers’ role legitimacy as supporters of their patients’ alcohol reduction. Open Infectious Diseases Journal, 3 (1874-2793), 13-20.

Munoz-Plaza, C., Strauss, S., Tiburcio, N., Astone-Twerell, J. M., Des Jarlais, C. C., Gwadz, M., Hagan, H., Osborne, A., Rosenblum, A. (2010). Perspectives on the hierarchy of HIV and hepatitis C disease: Consequences for drug treatment program patients. Journal of Drug Issues, 40 (2), 517-536.

Therapeutic Communities of America (TCA) (2002). Therapeutic Communities in correctional settings; The Standards Development Project: Phase II. [Assembled by the Work Group for the Standards Development Project, De Leon, G., Kressel, D., Neri, R.I., and Tiburcio, N.]. World Wide Web

Strauss, S.M., Munoz-Plaza, C., Tiburcio, N.J., Des Jarlais, D., Gwadz, M., Hagan, H., Osborne, A., and Rosenblum, A. (2009). Barriers and facilitators to undergoing hepatitis C virus (HCV) testing through drug treatment programs. Journal of Drug Issues, 38(4), 1161-1185.

Tiburcio, N.J. (In press). A reflection on the drug-crime connection. Anuario de Investigación en Adicciones.

Strauss, S.M., Munoz-Plaza, C., Tiburcio, N.J., and Gwadz, M. (2010). Barriers and Facilitators in implementing “Prevention for Positives” alcohol reduction support: The perspectives of directors and providers in hospital-based HIV care centers. AIDS Education and Prevention (Under Review).

Strauss, S.M., Munoz-Plaza, C., Tiburcio, N.J., and Gwadz, M. (2009). Barriers and facilitators in the implementation of alcohol reduction support for patients receiving care in hospital based HIV care centers. AIDS Patient Care and STD’s (Under Review).

Strauss, S.M., Rindskopf, D.M., Tiburcio, N., Munoz-Plaza, C., Gwadz, M. (2010). Training HIV care providers to implement screening and brief interventions for patients’ alcohol reduction: Short- and longer term impact. Journal of Substance Abuse (accepted for publication).

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Harry K. Wexler, PhD

Wexler, H.K. and Williams, R. (1986) The Stay 'n Out therapeutic community: Prison treatment for substance abusers. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 18 (3), 221-230.

Wexler, H.K. and Lipton, D.S. (1987) Interventions that "work" with drug involved offenders. National Institute of Justice Briefing Paper, 1-23.

Wexler, H.K. with Lipton, D.S. (1988) The drug-crime connection: Rehabilitation shows promise.  Corrections Today, 50(5), 144-147.

Wexler, H.K., Falkin, G.P. and Lipton, D.S. (1990) Outcome evaluation of a prison therapeutic community for substance abuse treatment. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 17(1), 71-92.

Wexler, H.K., Blackmore, J. and Lipton, D.S. (1991) Project REFORM: Developing a drug abuse treatment strategy for corrections. Journal of Drug Issues, 21(2), 473-495.

Wexler, H.K., Lipton, D.S. (1993) From REFORM to RECOVERY: Advances in Prison Drug  Treatment. In J. Inciardi, Ed. Drug Treatment and Criminal Justice. Sage Publications.

Wexler, H.K. (1994) Progress in prison substance abuse treatment: A 5 year report. Journal of Drug Issue, 24 (2), 361-372.

Wexler, H.K., Magura, S., Beardsley, M.M., and Josepher, H. (1994) ARRIVE: An AIDS prevention model for high risk parolees. International Journal of the Addictions, 29 (3), 363-388.

Wexler, H.K. (1995) The Success of Therapeutic Communities for Substance Abusers in American Prisons. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 27(1), 57-66.

Wexler, H. K., De Leon, G., Thomas, G., Kressel, D., & Peters, J. (1999). The Amity Prison TC Evaluation: Reincarceration Outcomes. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 26 (2), 147-167.

Wexler, H. K. (2003) The Promise of Prison-based Treatment for Dually Diagnosed Inmates.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 25: 223-231.

Wexler, H.K., Prendergast, M. L., Melnick, G. (2004) The Prison Journal: Correctional Drug Treatment Outcomes – Focus on California. The Prison Journal,  84(1), 3-7.

Wexler, H. K., Melnick, G., Chaple, M. (2005) Stigma Reduction: The Program Rehabilitation and Restitution Initiative. Offender Substance Abuse Report, January/February, 5(1), 9-14.

Wexler, H.K., Melnick, G., & Prendergast, M. (2007) Special Issue of The Prison Journal: The Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJDATS),87(1), 3-9.

Wexler, H.K. & Fletcher, B. (2007) National Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) Overview. Prison Journal, 87(1), 9-24.

 

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Jill Williams

Nassau-Suffolk HIV Health Services Planning Council Ryan White Title I, Cultural Competence Committee. (May 2002) Cultural Competence for HIV/AIDS Providers on Long Island. United Way of Long Island.

 

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