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Addiction Syllabus

The following articles are on topics basic to addictions psychiatry.  They are intended to be a brief review of selected topics for new residents, and to be useful for teaching medical students.  The Supplemental readings can be obtained by emailing Athena Wong. Please specify your preference for electronic (pdf) format or hardcopy.

Due to copyright and licensing issues, access to these articles is restricted to University of Washington residents, faculty and staff. In order to download and print some of the articles below you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed.  Caution: some of the articles are large files and may take a long time to download by modem. To save large files, right click on the file, select "save as", and select the desktop as your destination.

 

SUBSTANCE-INDUCED MENTAL DISORDERS

  1. Ries RK, Goldsmith J, Yuodelis-Flores C. (2009) Substance-Induced Mental Disorders. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine. Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD.

DRUG DIVERSION

  1. Prescription Drug Abuse: Insight Into the Epidemic. Hernandez SH & Nelson LS. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 2010;88(3):307-317
  2. Misuse and diversion of stimulants prescribed for ADHD: a systematic review of the literature. Wilens TE et al. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2008 Jan;47(1):21-31

ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE

  1. Larimer ME, Palmer RS, Marlatt GA. Relapse prevention: An overview of Marlatt's cognitive-behavioral model. Alcohol Res Health. 1999;23:151-160.

  2. Mayo-Smith, MF. (2009) Management of Alcohol Intoxication and Withdrawal. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine. Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD.
  3. The Role of Biomarkers in the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorders, 2012 Revision. SAMHSA Advisory. HHS Pub no. (SMA) 12-4686, 2012

CANNABIS DEPENDENCE

  1. Elkashef A, Vocci F, Huestis M et al. Marijuana neurobiology and treatment. Substance Abuse 2008;29(3):17-29.

SEDATIVE-HYPNOTIC DEPENDENCE

  1. Dickinson WE & Eickelberg SJ.(2009) Management of Sedative Hypnotic Intoxication and Withdrawal. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine. Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD.

STIMULANT DEPENDENCE

  1. Nestler EJ. Neurobiology of cocaine addiction. Science and Practice Perspectives. December 2005:4-10.
  2. Meredith CW, Jaffe C, Ang-Lee KA, Saxon AJ. Implications of chronic methamphetamine use: a literature review. Harv Rev Psychiatry 2005;13:141-154.
  3. Kampman KM. The search for medications to treat stimulant dependence. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice. June 2008:28-35.

OPIOID DEPENDENCE: DETOXIFICATION / METHADONE TREATMENT / BUPRENORPHINE

  1. Tetrault JM, O'Connor PG. Management of Opioid Intoxication and Withdrawal. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine (2009) Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD.
  2. Stine SM & Kosten TR. Pharmacological Interventions for Opioid Dependence. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine (2009) Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD
  3. Martin J, Zweben JE, Payte JT. Opioid Maintenance Treatment. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine (2009) Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD
  4. An Introduction to Extended-Release Injectable Naltrexone for the Treatment of People with Opioid Dependence. SAMHSA Advisory. HHS Pub no. (SMA)12-4682, 2012

CLUB DRUGS

  1. Wilkins JN, Danovich I, & Gorelick DA. Management of Stimulant, Hallucinogen, Marijuana, Phencyclidine and Club Drug Intoxication and Withdrawal. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine (2009) Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD

TOBACCO DEPENDENCE

  1. Hall SM & Prochaska JJ. Treatment of smokers with co-occurring disorders: Emphasis on integration in mental health and addiction treatment settings. Annu Rev Clin Psychol 2009;5:409-31.
  2. Kahler CW, Leventhal AM, Brown RA. Behavioral Interventions in Smoking Cessation. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine (2009) Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD

FOCUS ON TREATMENT OF SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER

  1. Prochaska, JO. Enhancing Motivation to Change. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine (2009) Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD
  2. Ries RK, Galanter M, Tonigan JS. Twelve-step facilitation: an adaptation for psychiatric practitioners and patients. In: The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment, 4th edition. Edited by Marc Galanter, M.D., and Herbert D. Kleber, M.D.; Arlington, Virginia, American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 2008
  3. Douaihy A, Daley DC, Marlatt GA, Spotts, CR. Relapse Prevention: Clinical Models and Intervention Strategies. In: Principles of Addiction Medicine (2009) Eds: Ries R, Fiellin D, Miller S and Saitz R. 4th ed. ASAM. Chevy Chase, MD
  4. Moeller KE, Lee KC, Kissack JC. Urine drug screening: practical guide for clinicians. Mayo Clin Proc 2008; 83(1):66-76

FOCUS ON TREATMENT OF CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

  1. Yuodelis-Flores C, Ries RK, Bennett, M. Evidence-Based Practices for Co-occurring Chemical Dependency and Mental Illness. In: McQuistion HL et al (eds), American Association of Community Psychiatrists. Handbook of Community Psychiatry. Springer Science + Business Media, NY, 2012

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