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Novins et al. 2011. Use of the Evidence Base in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for American Indians and Alaska Natives: Pursuing Quality in the Crucible of Practice and Policy. Implementation Science, 6:63.
Legha & Novins 2012. The Role of Culture in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for American Indian and Alaska Native Communities. Psychiatric Services, 63:7
Legha et al. 2014. Challenges to providing quality substance abuse treatment services for American Indian and Alaska native communities: perspectives of staff from 18 treatment centers. BMC Psychiatry, 14:181.
Moore et al. 2015. How do providers serving American Indians and Alaska Natives with substance abuse problems define evidence-based treatment? Psychological Services, 12(2): 92.
Novins, et al. 2016. Use of evidence-based treatments in substance abuse treatment programs serving American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 161: 214-221.
Rieckmann, et al. 2016. A national study of American Indian and Alaska Native substance abuse treatment: provider and program characteristics. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 68: 46-56.
Dickerson, et al. 2017. Correlates of Motivational Interviewing use among substance use treatment programs serving American Indians/Alaska Natives. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research.
Presentations and Posters
Indian Health Summit Poster 2009
2011 NIH Dissemination and Implementation Conference Poster
NIDA 2013 Roundtable Meeting on Substance Use Disorders among American Indian/Alaska Natives in Urban Settings: Workforce Characteristics
NIDA 2013 Roundtable Meeting on Substance Use Disorders among American Indian/Alaska Natives in Urban Settings: Treatment Characteristics & Quality: Challenges and EBTs
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