According to a study published online in the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, individuals with opioid use disorder who are treated with buprenorphine are more likely to disengage from treatment programs if they are black or Hispanic, unemployed or have hepatitis C.
A study in the Journal of Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology found that the majority of post-9/11 U.S. veterans appear to do well in regards to work and family quality of life after departing from military service.
Join a robust panel of BUMC faculty and community leaders, experts on the issue of homelessness, in a discussion about current and planned state and city-wide programs.
Professor of neurology Richard Myers, PhD, was awarded $100,000 from the Ellison Foundation.
A second-year student recently spearheaded an effort to offer a medical Spanish elective to students.
Colonel Anthony Johnson, MD will discuss collaboration opportunities with the Department of Defense and health outcomes/disparities in female combat casualties.
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A sampling of the private foundations accepting proposals for basic or clinical research with deadlines in February 2017
Faculty, residents and fellows recently returned from a historic conference on mental health issues for people of African descent held in Cape Town, South Africa.
Meeting will focus on opportunities to apply regression discontinuity design to ongoing quality improvement initiatives such as readmission reduction efforts. Open to faculty and staff.