With a passion for primary care and teaching, she aims to make high quality patient-centered care for substance use issues part of mainstream medical practice
alcohol, addiction, Katherine Bradley, substance use
Drs. Lapham and Bradley find frequency of cannabis use can be tied to other behavioral health patterns and needs.
primary care, cannabis, substance use, gwen lapham, katherine bradley
Risk-reduction initiative for chronic opioid therapy sustains patient-doctor trust, Dr. Karen Sherman finds.
opioids, substance use, doctor-patient communication, karen sherman, health services research
Sharing CHOICE trial results, KPWHRI takes next steps to advance research on alcohol-related care.
Routinely asking about cannabis use can better serve patients by helping clinicians start conversations about risks and benefits.
Dr. Joe Glass wants to make treatment more comfortable for patients and providers—possibly with digital tools.
alcohol, primary care, mhealth
Dr. Denise Boudreau launches a collaborative project with Kaiser and other health systems on the safety of long-term prescription opioid use.
chronic pain, opioids, MUSE study
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