Watch Now: Recordings from JCOIN’s April Steering Committee Meeting
The JCOIN Steering Committee Meeting #6 was held on April 13th and 20th. Below are recorded sessions available for rewatch.
Session 2B: New JCOIN Datasets and Data Resources
Investigators outline two publicly available resources that can be incorporated into a range of studies.
- Tracking Policy on Access to MOUD for Justice Involved Communities during COVID-19 – Heidi Grunwald, PhD, and Elizabeth Platt, JD/MA, Center for Public Health Law Research at the Temple University Beasley School of Law
- Enhanced Metrics, Mapping & Data for the Opioid Environment Policy Scan (OEPS) Warehouse – Marynia Kolak, PhD, and Susan Paykin, MPP, Healthy Regions & Policies Lab, Center for Spatial Data Science, University of Chicago
Session 3: Hearing from JCOIN’s Justice and Treatment Partners
Several of JCOIN’s justice and community treatment partners discuss what’s happening on the ground, priorities for future research, and the issues that are “keeping them up at night.”
Session 4: Updates from LEAP Cohort 1 Investigators
Investigators present work undertaken since participating in Cohort 1 of JCOIN’s LEAP research training initiative.
- COVID-19 Mitigation During and After Incarceration: Innovative Models of Surveillance and Testing – Matthew Akiyama, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Clinician Investigator, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center
- Prosecutors, Public Health, & Drug-Induced Homicide – Taleed El-Sabawi, JD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Law (’22), Florida International University, College of Law; affiliated Research Scholar, Addiction and Public Policy Initiative, the O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law, Georgetown Law Center
- Human-Centered Design of an Opioid Misuse Prevention Program for Justice-Involved Adolescents & their Caregivers – Sarah Helseth, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Brown University School of Public Health
Session 5: New JCOIN JRIG and Diversity Supplement Awardees
Investigators leading four recently-funded projects provide an overview of their studies.
- Examining Disparities along the SUD Care Cascade for Youth in Juvenile Justice – Tennisha Riley, PhD, Indiana University
- Understanding the Perspectives of Jail and Treatment Staff on MOUD Uptake – TaLisa Carter, PhD, American University
- Identifying MOUD Decision-Making Factors in Criminal Problem-Solving Courts – Basia Andraka-Christou, JD, PhD, University of Central Florida
- Improving Low-Threshold Naloxone on Release from Incarceration – Peter Davidson, PhD, University of California at San Diego