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.
- Assistant Professor, Adolescent Medicine, Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine
- Faculty, Clinical Addiction Research and Education Unit, Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine
- Georgetown University School of Medicine, MD
- Boston University School of Public Health, MSc
- Brown University, BA
- Published on 2/15/2022
Gunn CM, Pankowska M, Harris M, Helsing E, Battaglia TA, Bagley SM. The representation of females in clinical trials for substance use disorder conducted in the United States (2010-19). Addiction. 2022 Feb 15. PMID: 35165969.
- Published on 1/1/2022
Harris MTH, Laks J, Stahl N, Bagley SM, Saia K, Wechsberg WM. Gender Dynamics in Substance Use and Treatment: A Women's Focused Approach. Med Clin North Am. 2022 Jan; 106(1):219-234. PMID: 34823732.
- Published on 11/4/2021
Harris MTH, Lambert AM, Maschke AD, Bagley SM, Walley AY, Gunn CM. "No home to take methadone to": Experiences with addiction services during the COVID-19 pandemic among survivors of opioid overdose in Boston. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2022 04; 135:108655. PMID: 34772604.
- Published on 11/1/2021
Komaromy M, Tomanovich M, Taylor JL, Ruiz-Mercado G, Kimmel SD, Bagley SM, Saia KM, Costello E, Park TW, LaBelle C, Weinstein Z, Walley AY. Adaptation of a System of Treatment for Substance Use Disorders During the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Addict Med. 2021 Nov-Dec 01; 15(6):448-451. PMID: 33298750.
- Published on 7/28/2021
Bagley SM, Hadland SE. Addressing multiple overdoses: Opportunities for prevention and innovation. Int J Drug Policy. 2021 10; 96:103382. PMID: 34330570.
- Published on 7/7/2021
Bagley SM, Chavez L, Braciszewski JM, Akolsile M, Boudreau DM, Lapham G, Campbell CI, Bart G, Yarborough BJH, Samet JH, Saxon AJ, Rossom RC, Binswanger IA, Murphy MT, Glass JE, Bradley KA. Receipt of medications for opioid use disorder among youth engaged in primary care: data from 6 health systems. Addict Sci Clin Pract. 2021 07 07; 16(1):46. PMID: 34233750.
- Published on 6/22/2021
Taylor JL, Johnson S, Cruz R, Gray JR, Schiff D, Bagley SM. Integrating Harm Reduction into Outpatient Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Settings : Harm Reduction in Outpatient Addiction Treatment. J Gen Intern Med. 2021 12; 36(12):3810-3819. PMID: 34159545.
- Published on 6/7/2021
Schoenberger SF, Park TW, dellaBitta V, Hadland SE, Bagley SM. "My Life Isn't Defined by Substance Use": Recovery Perspectives Among Young Adults with Substance Use Disorder. J Gen Intern Med. 2022 03; 37(4):816-822. PMID: 34100229.
- Published on 4/6/2021
Hadland SE, Bagley SM, Gai MJ, Earlywine JJ, Schoenberger SF, Morgan JR, Barocas JA. Opioid use disorder and overdose among youth following an initial opioid prescription. Addiction. 2021 10; 116(10):2790-2800. PMID: 33739476.
- Published on 3/23/2021
Bagley SM. I Am Not Burned Out. JAMA. 2021 Mar 23; 325(12):1155-1156. PMID: 33755080.
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