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2018 saw continued funding for the opioid crisis, mainly in the form of grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). There was also an upswing in interest in harm reduction. Opioids, as in past years, led the news. Finally, the move to get rid of the...
The topic with arguably the most sizzle in the harm reduction arena for 2019 is whether this will be the year that the country's first safe consumption space is sited and goes into operation. Ultimately, however, success in the new year likely will get measured more by the extent to which a...
With public understanding growing every day about the need to address substance use disorders (SUDs) with the full array of health responses our nation deploys for other major illnesses, we hope to see great progress in the coming year. Progress should include dramatic expansion of all quality...
As we start the new year, the shutdown of the government continues, as President Trump remains at loggerheads with Congress over funding for his border wall. Unless he gets $5 billion for the wall, the shutdown, which started Dec. 21 when stopgap funding expired, is likely to continue, as the...
The New York Society of Addiction Medicine's annual conference will be held Feb. 1–2, 2019, in New York City. For more information, go to http://nysam‐asam.org.
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