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NIATx eNews Update

May 2015

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In Memory of Mike Boyle

The behavioral healthcare field lost a great leader with the sudden passing of Mike Boyle on May 7. As CEO and president of Fayette Companies in Peoria, Illinois, Boyle was among the first addiction treatment leaders in the nation to test the NIATx model.

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What’s Next with HIT? Find out with SAMHSA’s BHBusiness Plus

Planning for the Next Generation of HIT, a new learning network in SAMHSA’s BHBusiness Plus series will help participants learn about what’s available now and get ready for what’ s coming next in HIT.

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NIATx Researcher Andrew Quanbeck Receives NIDA Career Development Award

With the award of a K01 Mentored Research Scientist Award, Dr. Quanbeck will be examining ways to improve adoption of evidence-based practices.

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NIATx Strategic Provider Partnerships Collaborative: Helping States Build Sustainable Specialty Addiction Treatment Systems

A project offered as part of SAMHSA's BHBusiness Plus will help three states address gaps and establish priorities for strategic partnerships.

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What factors increase use of NIATx tools and techniques?

To date, few studies have examined the variables that may increase diffusion and implementation of NIATx innovations. A recent study identified five variables associated with the use of NIATx.

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New research examines barriers to implementing buprenorphine

The research team for the NIATx Ohio Buprenorphine Implementation Study conducted a qualitative analysis of attitudes toward use of the medication and funding for it. Read more in the full research article published recently in Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy.

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May is Hepatitis C Awareness Month. Read about ATTC Network's new training resource, HCVCurrent.

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Join a discussion forum on marijuana, healthcare integration, or implementing an evidence-based practice!

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