Sarah M. Bagley, MD

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Sarah Bagley
(617) 414-7399
801 Massachusetts Ave Crosstown Center

Biography

Dr. Sarah Bagley is a primary care physician at Boston Medical Center. A graduate of the Georgetown University School of Medicine, the Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency at Brown University, and the Boston University Addiction Medicine Fellowship, her particular research interests are in the treatment of opioid use disorders in the adolescent and young adult population and the involvement of the family in addiction care. She sees patients in both General Internal Medicine and the Adolescent Center. She is the Medical Director of the CATALYST Clinic – a clinical program to provide integrated medical and behavioral health care for adolescents and young adults who use substances – and an Attending on the inpatient Addiction Consult Service.

Education

  • Georgetown University School of Medicine, MD
  • Brown University, BA

Publications

  • Published on 11/1/2017

    Bagley SM, Hadland SE, Carney BL, Saitz R. Addressing Stigma in Medication Treatment of Adolescents With Opioid Use Disorder. J Addict Med. 2017 Nov/Dec; 11(6):415-416. PMID: 28767537.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 9/1/2017

    Ventura AS, Bagley SM. To Improve Substance Use Disorder Prevention, Treatment and Recovery: Engage the Family. J Addict Med. 2017 Sep/Oct; 11(5):339-341. PMID: 28787300.

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  • Published on 9/1/2017

    Vilkins AL, Bagley SM, Hahn KA, Rojas-Miguez F, Wachman EM, Saia K, Alford DP. Comparison of Post-Cesarean Section Opioid Analgesic Requirements in Women With Opioid Use Disorder Treated With Methadone or Buprenorphine. J Addict Med. 2017 Sep/Oct; 11(5):397-401. PMID: 28727661.

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  • Published on 8/4/2017

    Ventura AS, Bagley SM. To Improve Substance Use Disorder Prevention, Treatment and Recovery: Engage the Family. J Addict Med. 2017 Aug 04. PMID: 28952977.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 4/20/2017

    Bagley SM, Forman LS, Ruiz S, Cranston K, Walley AY. Expanding access to naloxone for family members: The Massachusetts experience. Drug Alcohol Rev. 2017 Apr 20. PMID: 28429378.

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  • Published on 1/13/2017

    Saia K, Bagley SM, Wachman EM, Patel PP, Nadas MD, Brogly SB. Prenatal treatment for opioid dependency: observations from a large inner-city clinic. Addict Sci Clin Pract. 2017 01 13; 12(1):5. PMID: 28086944.

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  • Published on 7/1/2016

    Saia KA, Schiff D, Wachman EM, Mehta P, Vilkins A, Sia M, Price J, Samura T, DeAngelis J, Jackson CV, Emmer SF, Shaw D, Bagley S. Caring for Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorder in the USA: Expanding and Improving Treatment. Curr Obstet Gynecol Rep. 2016; 5:257-263. PMID: 27563497.

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  • Published on 6/22/2016

    Bagley SM, Anderson BJ, Stein MD. Usefulness of the CRAFFT to Diagnose Alcohol or Cannabis Use Disorders in a Sample of Emerging Adults with Past-Month Alcohol or Cannabis Use. J Child Adolesc Subst Abuse. 2017; 26(1):18-23. PMID: 28553066.

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  • Published on 5/2/2016

    Riese A, Frank AG, Frederick N, Dawson-Hahn E, Bagley SM, O'Connor B. Adolescent Perspectives on Addressing Youth Violence in the Primary Care Setting. R I Med J (2013). 2016 May 02; 99(5):18-21. PMID: 27128511.

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  • Published on 8/1/2015

    Bagley SM. Capsule Commentary on Williams et al., Factors Underlying Quality Problems with Alcohol Screening Prompted by a Clinical Reminder in Primary Care: A Multisite Qualitative Study. J Gen Intern Med. 2015 Aug; 30(8):1186. PMID: 26033212.

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