Robert L. Hubbard , Ph.D., M.B.A. [email]
Principal Investigator
Professor of Psychiatry
Duke University Medical Center

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The North Carolina Node joined the Clinical Trials Network in January 2001. This node's CTP programs, which include the major providers of treatment in North Carolina, serve more than 20,000 financially, culturally and ethnically diverse clients located in rural and urban settings. The programs include a therapeutic community, area mental health centers, private outpatient agencies, and regional residential addiction treatment centers. Treatments provided encompass a wide range of therapies, both behavioral and pharmacologic, for families, adolescents, and adults. This node's involvement with the CTN ended in 2007.


CTN-0003 Suboxone (Buprenorphine/Naloxone) Taper: A Comparison of Taper Schedules
CTN-0008 Assessment of the National Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network: A Baseline for Investigating the Diffusion of Innovation
CTN-0009 Smoking Cessation Treatment with Transdermal Nicotine Replacement Therapy in Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Programs
CTN-0010 Buprenorphine/Naloxone-Facilitated Rehabilitation for Opioid Dependent Adolescents/Young Adults
CTN-0011 A Feasibility Study of a Telephone Enhancement Procedure (TELE) to Improve Participation in Continuing Care Activities
CTN-0012 Characteristics of Screening, Evaluation, and Treatment of HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C Viral Infections, and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
CTN-0013 Motivational Enhancement Therapy to Improve Treatment Utilization and Outcome in Pregnant Substance Users
CTN-0014 Brief Strategic Family Therapy for Adolescent Drug Abusers
CTN-0014-A-1 Mediators and Moderators of Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) for Adolescent Drug Use
CTN-0016 Patient Feedback: A Performance Improvement Study in Outpatient Addiction Treatment Settings
CTN-0018 Reducing HIV/STD Risk Behaviors: A Research Study for Men in Drug Abuse Treatment
CTN-0019 Reducing HIV/STD Risk Behaviors: A Research Study for Women in Drug Abuse Treatment






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