Clinical Addiction Research and Education (CARE) Unit
The CARE Unit is an academic unit in the Section of General Internal Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center.
The Clinical Addiction Research and Education (CARE) Unit conducts research, educates health professionals, provides health care, and informs clinical and public health practice and policy to improve the lives of people with unhealthy alcohol and other drug use.
Alissa Cruz, MPH
CARE Unit Manager
Journal Club: February 21, 2018
Recent CARE Unit News:
Boston Medical Center received a $25 million gift from the Grayken family, that was used to create the BMC Grayken Center for Addiction. The CARE Unit faculty, clinical services, and education and training programs are key components of the Grayken Center for Addiction. Information and updates on the Grayken Center for Addiction can be found at www.bmc.org/addiction.
WBUR: Boston EMS Reports Opioid Overdose Deaths Were Way Up In 2017 (Marc Larochelle, MD, MPH)
Managed Care Magazine: Underused Weapon In the War on Addiction (Daniel Alford, MD, MPH)
WCVB: Opioids Blamed For Drop In Life Expectancy For Second Year (Marc Larochelle, MD, MPH)
The Bay State Banner: Addiction In The Elderly: An Overlooked Group (Zoe Weinstein, MD)
HealthDay: Higher Booze Taxes Might Pay Off for Public Health (Timothy Naimi, MD, MPH)
Reuters: Court-Mandated Opioid Rehab Rarely Meets Medical Standards (Marc Larochelle, MD, MPH)
The Bay State Banner: ‘Standing Orders’: An Approach To Overdose Prevention (Alexander Walley, MD, MSc; Colleen LaBelle, MSN, RN)
Mass Live: What Works To Reduce Overdose Deaths? Experts Speak At Baystate Medical Center (Alexander Walley, MD, MSc)
Daily Hampshire Gazette: Experts Share Ways To Limit Opioid Crisis At Baystate Forum (Alexander Walley, MD, MSc)
BusinessWest: AIC to Hold Inaugural Public Health Nursing Clinical Conference (Colleen LaBelle, MSN, RN)
Past CARE Unit Video and Audio: