Month: January 2018

Disability Claimants and the Implementation of a Web-based Pain Assessment/Pain Management Program

Based on a recent study, our team has published an article in the “PAINWeek Journal” titled, “Disability Claimants and the Implementation of a Web-based Pain Assessment/Pain Management Program.” For more information about this study, please see the abstract below.  To obtain the full article, click here. Abstract One of the most frustrating aspects of a clinician’s work is getting… Read more »

2017: A year of opioid-related news in review

The opioid crisis dominated headlines in 2017, bringing national awareness to an epidemic that has been ravaging the United States for decades and worsening each year. It dominated spheres of politics, healthcare, and economic policy as important figures in each realm debated how best to solve the problem. The year in opioid-related news began in… Read more »

Abuse of reformulated OxyContin: Updated findings from a sentinel surveillance sample of individuals assessed for substance use disorder

Based on a recent study, our team has published an article in the “Journal of Opioid Management” titled, “Abuse of reformulated OxyContin: Updated findings from a sentinel surveillance sample of individuals assessed for substance use disorder.” For more information about this study, please see the abstract below.  To obtain the full article, click here. Abstract Objective: To examine abuse… Read more »