PROTOCOL NIDA-CTN-0087


Icon for 0087Analyses of VA Databases to Examine Patient Characteristics Associated with Buprenorphine Termination During Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

Adam Gordon, MD, MPH
Lead Investigator
University of Utah School of Medicine
adam.gordon@hsc.utah.edu

This study will include analyses of VA databases to examine patient and organizational characteristics associated with buprenorphine termination during outpatient treatment for opioid use disorder.  These analyses are critical for generating data and forming further hypotheses on how to implement targeted approaches to improve retention in treatment.

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