Informing and enhancing the development, evaluation, and implementation of novel technology-based interventions for substance-use and related disorders
The CTBH team shares a goal of harnessing existing and emerging technologies to effectively develop and deliver evidence-based interventions for substance use and co-occurring disorders. CTBH is organized into three primary cores: Treatment Development & Evaluation, Emerging Technologies & Data Analytics, and Dissemination & Implementation Core. Core activities focus on identifying and studying state-of-the-art issues related to technology-delivered therapeutic tools targeting behavioral health.
- Opportunity to participate in NIDA funded study to evaluate web-based program to prevent prescription opioid misuse among adolescents (12-17) Read More »
- U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster and Dr. Nora Volkow join opioid crisis talks at Dartmouth Read More »
- CTBH in the News! A global literature review of digital technology in the prevention and treatment of mental disorders in low- and middle- income countries Read More »
Eye on Innovation
- mHealth assessment: Conceptualization of a global framework.
Bradway M, Carrion C, Vallespin B, Saadatfard O, Puigdomènech E, Espallargues M, Kotzeva A. (2017). mHealth assessment: Conceptualization of a global framework. JMIR ...
- Key intervention characteristics in e-health: Steps towards standardized communication.
Bewick BM, Ondersma SJ, Hoybye MT, et al. (2017). Key intervention characteristics in e-health: Steps towards standardized communication. International Journal of ...
- Who uses mobile phone health apps and does use matter? A secondary data analytics approach.
Carroll JK, Moorhead A, Bond R, LeBlanc WG, Petrella RJ, Fiscella K. (2017). Who uses mobile phone health apps and does use matter? A secondary data analytics approach. ...