102265: Training Opioid Addiction Treatment Providers to Adopt Contingency Management

A prospective pilot trial of a comprehensive implementation science approach

About the Course:

This study compared the effectiveness of an implementation model (Science to Service Laboratory; SSL) to training as usual (TAU) in promoting the adoption of contingency management across a multisite opioid addiction treatment program. In addition, the researchers examined whether the SSL affected putative mediators of contingency management adoption (perceived innovation characteristics and organizational readiness to change). The researchers found that relative to providers in the TAU region, treatment providers in the SSL region had comparable likelihood of contingency management adoption in the first 20 weeks of the study, and then significantly higher likelihood of adoption for the remainder of the study.

Publication Date:

Substance Abuse Vol. 37 , Iss. 1, 2016.

Authors

Sara J. Becker, PhD; David R. Strong Ph.D; Peter M. Monty, Ph.D; Nancy M. Petry, Ph.D.; Daniel D. Squires, Ph.D.; Nancy P. Barnett, Ph.D

About the Authors:

Dr. Becker is a clinical researcher and licensed clinical psychologist focused on improved quality and utilization of behavioral treatments for adolescents with substance use disorders. She currently has academic affiliations as an Assistant Professor (Research) in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the Brown University School of Public Health and in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at The Warren Alpert Medical School.

Provided the design and implementation of the statistical analysis for the present study.

Co-investivator of the original study and also contributed to study conceptualization, research funding efforts, and oversight of study implementation.

Consultant to the original study and responsible for overseeing the development of the contingency management training propocol and its delivery in the current study.

Dr. Squires received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of New Mexico in 2004, where he also received a master’s degree in public health. In addition to participation in research efforts, he is engaged in the practice of clinical psychology.

Co-investivator of the original study and also contributed to study conceptualization, research funding efforts, and oversight of study implementation.

Recommended For:

Opioid addiction treatment providers engaged in evaluation research and/or clinical work based on such research.

Course Objectives:

  1. Evaluate the effectiveness of a theory-driven implementation strategy (Science to Service Laboratory) in promoting increased contingency management adoption across a multisite opioid addiction program.

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