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Leveraging technology to enhance addiction treatment and recovery.
Lisa A. Marsch, PhD. 6th Annual Addiction and Mental Health Day Conference. University of Calgary. Calgary, Alberta.
Taking a pulse on tech: readiness to integrate technology into community behavioral healthcare delivery. Invited symposium presentation: The future is in the palm of your hand.
Sarah E. Lord, PhD. Annual Conference of the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, Las Vegas, NV.
Technology-delivered assessment, prevention, and behavioral intervention tools in substance abuse, HIV, and sexual health.
Sarah E. Lord, PhD. Northern New England HIV, STD, Viral Hepatitis Conference, Concord, NH.
A close examination of increased HIV testing following a computer-based video intervention in the ED.
Ian Aronson, PhD, Sonali Rajan, EdD, Lisa A. Marsch, PhD, Theodore C. Bania, MD. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. Atlanta.
Symposium: The intersection of mHealth and behavioral health.
Lisa A. Marsch, PhD. and Andrew Campbell, PhD. Co-Chairs. Securing Information Technology in Healthcare: Part III (SITH3) Conference, Hanover, NH.
Perceptions of privacy and security as barriers to adoption of mHealth care delivery approaches in community behavioral health settings.
Sarah E. Lord, PhD. In Symposium (Marsch, L.A. & Campbell, A., Co-Chairs) on “The intersection of mHealth and Behavioral Health.” Securing Information Technology in Healthcare: Part III (SITH3) Conference, Hanover, NH.
Using web-based technology to engage young adults with serious mental illness in accessing evidence-based supported employment.
Sarah E. Lord, PhD. National Alliance on Mental Illness Conference. San Antonio.
Desomorphine injection networks in Kiev: Young, ad-hoc, unstable, geographically dispersed and risky.
Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, PhD, L. Shulga, N. Dvinskykh, Honoria Guarino, PhD, M. Varban, M. International Harm Reduction Conference. Vilnius, Lithuania.
Applying web- and mobile-technology to addiction and HIV prevention: The state of the science.
Lisa A. Marsch, PhD. HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies at Columbia University and NYS Psychiatric Institute at the Columbia University Medical Center. New York, NY.
Patterns of nonmedical prescription opioid use and HIV/HCV/STI risk among a sample of young adults in New York City: an exploratory study.
Honoria Guarino, PhD, Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, PhD, S.R. Friedman, PhD. Society for the Study of Social Problems 2013 Annual Meeting, New York, NY.
Transforming addiction treatment via technology.
Lisa A. Marsch, PhD. Research Institute on Addictions, University of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY.