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MI Blending Products:
· PAMI
· MI:PRESTO (online course)
· MIIS (implementation software)

Promoting Awareness of Motivational Incentives (PAMI) (Blending Team Product).

Produced by the NIDA/SAMHSA-ATTC Blending Initiative, 2007.

John A. Hamilton, LMFT, LADC (Regional Network of Programs, Inc., NE Node), Scott Kellogg, PhD (New York University, NY Node), Therese K. Killeen, PhD (Medical University of South Carolina, SC Node), Nancy M. Petry, PhD (University of Connecticut Health Center, NE Node), Lonnetta M. Albright (Great Lakes ATTC, University of Illinois, Chicago), Joe Rosenfeld, Amy Shanahan (North East ATTC, IRETA), Anne Helene Skinstad (Prairielands ATTC, University of Iowa), Candace Peters (Prairielands ATTC, University of Iowa), Maxine L. Stitzer, PhD (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MA Node).

Researchers involved in the CTN protocols NIDA-CTN-0006 and NIDA-CTN-0007 (Motivational Incentives for Enhanced Drug Abuse Recovery in Drug Free Clinics and Methadone Clinics) have shown that motivational incentive programs using low-cost reinforcement (prizes, vouchers, clinic privileges, etc.), delivered in conjunction with onsite urine screening promotes higher rates of treatment retention and abstinence from drug abuse. This Blending Team product focuses on informing the field about successful approaches in the use of motivational incentives (also referred to as contingency management). The package includes an instructional CD-ROM, loaded with a video featuring conversations from top researchers to clinicians to patients in the field of addiction and recovery; sample documents that are customizable to your needs; PowerPoint presentations; research articles; and various additional resources (fishbowl tickets, e.g.).

This product was updated in 2011, providing improved tools designed to build awareness of Motivational Incentives as an effective therapeutic strategy within the addiction treatment field. It has been combined with two other MI products, MI:PRESTO and MIIS, to form a "Motivational Incentives (MI) Suite." All three products are available online at: http://www.bettertxoutcomes.org/. (Blending Team Product, PDF, English, 2007)

Keywords: Behavior therapy | Blending Team Products | Blending Team Product: PAMI | Clinician information | Contingency management (CM) | Dissemination | MIEDAR | Motivational incentives | Stimulant abuse | Training

Document No: 147

Submitted by the CTN Dissemination Librarians, 10/11/2006, updated September 2011.

AUTHORS SEARCH LINK
Albright, Lonnetta M. search
Hamilton, John search mail
Kellogg, Scott search mail
Killeen, Therese K. search mail
Petry, Nancy M. search mail
Rosenfeld, Joe search
Shanahan, Amy search
Skinstad, Helene search
Stitzer, Maxine L. search mail
PROTOCOLS
NIDA-CTN-0006 search www
NIDA-CTN-0007 search www

 


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