Realizing the Potential of Integrating Opioid Use Disorder Treatment into Correctional Systems

Ingrid Binswanger

Ingrid Binswanger, MD, MPH, MS, Internal Medicine Associate, received her medical training at the University of California, Berkeley/University of California San Francisco Joint Medical Program. She completed her residency at UCSF and completed fellowship in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Washington before joining the University of Colorado in 2006. Currently she is Director of the Primary Care Research Fellowship and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) Scholars Program. Her research focuses on finding ways to reduce the medical complications of drug use and improve the health of vulnerable populations. She is also focused on training fellows and junior faculty in research.

 

Joshua D. Lee

Joshua D. Lee MD, MSc, is an Associate Professor of Population Health and Medicine/General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation at the NYU School of Medicine. He is an clinician researcher focused on addiction pharmacotherapies, and is Director of the NYU ABAM Fellowship in Addiction Medicine. His research models the use of addiction pharmacotherapies in primary care as and criminal justice populations. He has conducted multiple NIH and other clinical trials examining the use of extended-release naltrexone and buprenorphine opioid treatments in outpatient criminal justice involved-adults, in soon-to-be released jail inmates, and in community detox settings. Research on extended-release naltrexone for alcohol treatment has focused on primary care medical management.

 

Lara Strick

Lara Strick, MD, MSc, the statewide infectious disease physician for the Washington State Department of Corrections, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Washington, and physician at the Madison Clinic (Ryan White funded HIV clinic) at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, has been working as an HIV provider in the correctional setting since 2004. Dr. Strick contributed to the recently published CDC Guidelines on HIV Testing in the Correctional Setting, and is the corrections program director at the NW AIDS Education and Training Center.

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