NYU Clinical Research Center

Findings from JCOIN’s New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI)/Columbia University Clinical Research Center The JCOIN Clinical Research Center based at New York University School of Medicine is conducting a randomized clinical trial comparing the effectiveness of two long-acting injectable medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD): extended-release buprenorphine (Sublocade, XR-B) and extended-release naltrexone (XR-NTX). Individuals selected…

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Barriers and Facilitators within Opioid Intervention Courts that Impact Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Findings from JCOIN’s New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI)/Columbia University Clinical Research Center   To address the high rates of opioid use disorder (OUD) and overdose among individuals involved in the court system, New York developed the Opioid Intervention Court (OIC), a novel pre-plea court model that specifically addresses OUD by providing rapid screening and…

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New Aced It Episode: Carceral Residents’ Mental Health Concerns

This episode tackles two focal areas correctional staff from our study perceive as critical for their work but for which they lack training: PTSD and suicidal ideation. To bolster our review of recent science, we provide up-to-date and easy-to-understand information about PTSD and suicide prevention, and consider trauma-informed approaches that may equip carceral staff to…

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New Aced It Episode: Carceral Residents’ Physical Health Concerns

In this informative episode, we’ll help correctional staff understand some of the major issues contributing to poor physical health among residents. Using research evidence as our framework, we consider food and nutrition, vitamin and mineral intake, commissary prices, and in-custody healthcare co-pays. Download the one-pager (PDF). Berkowitz, S. A., Basu, S., Gundersen, C., & Seligman,…

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New Aced It Episode: Segregation and Reform in U.S. Prisons and Jails

This episode merges findings from two articles published in the last several years that consider the use of segregation in U.S. prisons. This topic is crucial as many states–including several where our research team conducted interviews–have recently enacted solitary confinement reforms, and others are beginning to think about such reforms. The episode covers data related…

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Research with Justice-Involved Populations: Understanding OHRP Regulations and Protections Under Subpart C

  Justice-involved individuals, including those who are incarcerated or on probation, present unique ethical considerations and challenges in research settings. This webinar offers guidance for conducting research with justice-involved populations while adhering to the regulations and protections outlined by the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP). OHRP regulations serve as a cornerstone in ensuring the…

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JCOIN Speaker Series: Key Barriers and Facilitators for Medications to Treat Opioid Use Disorders in U.S. Jails

While previous studies examine the availability of medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) in jails and the barriers to using these medications, much less is known about how to incorporate best practices for addressing opioid use disorder (OUD) in jails. Determining the best practices involves considering the necessary training, resources, and technical assistance for providing…

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JCOIN CTC: Your Dynamic Resource Partner for Research Dissemination

The JCOIN Coordination and Translation Center (CTC) housed at George Mason University is dedicated to providing individually curated translation and dissemination services to JCOIN Research Hubs and the Methodology and Advanced Analytics Resource Center (MAARC) as well as stakeholder partners. Through a vast network of research, educational, training, and practitioner partners, the CTC works with…

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