Box 3071 Med Ctr., Durham, NC 27710
Brightleaf Square, Ste 23E, Durham, NC 27701
Research interests include mental health and substance abuse services and policy; links between mental illness, substance abuse and criminal justice involvement; effectiveness of criminal diversion and prison re-entry programs for adults with serious mental illness; and other legal and policy mechanism as mental health interventions.
Gender-specific participation and outcomes among jail diversion clients with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.
The effect of Medicaid expansion on use of opioid agonist treatment and the role of provider capacity constraints.
Impact of psychiatric advance directive facilitation on mental health consumers: empowerment, treatment attitudes and the role of peer support specialists.
Thinking Carefully About Marijuana Legalization: Public Health Considerations for State Policy Makers.
Criminal Justice and Suicide Outcomes with Indiana's Risk-Based Gun Seizure Law.
Medication-Assisted Treatment for Alcohol-Dependent Adults With Serious Mental Illness and Criminal Justice Involvement: Effects on Treatment Utilization and Outcomes.
Associations between pharmacotherapy for opioid dependence and clinical and criminal justice outcomes among adults with co-occurring serious mental illness.
Extended-release naltrexone and drug treatment courts: Policy and evidence for implementing an evidence-based treatment.
Facilitation of Psychiatric Advance Directives by Peers and Clinicians on Assertive Community Treatment Teams.
Involuntary Outpatient Commitment and the Elusive Pursuit of Violence Prevention.
Implementation and effectiveness of connecticut's risk-based gun removal law: Does it prevent suicides?Read Full Text
Gun Violence, Mental Illness, And Laws That Prohibit Gun Possession: Evidence From Two Florida Counties.
Mental Health Courts: Does Treatment Make a Difference?
Influence of Criminal Justice Involvement and Psychiatric Diagnoses on Treatment Costs Among Adults With Serious Mental Illness.
Building on the Evidence: Guiding Policy and Research on Police Encounters with Persons with Mental Illnesses.
Treatment participation and medication adherence: effects on criminal justice costs of persons with mental illness.
Mental health and reoffending outcomes of jail diversion participants with a brief incarceration after arraignment.
Patterns of justice involvement among adults with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder: key risk factors.
Costs of criminal justice involvement among persons with serious mental illness in connecticut.
Preventing gun violence involving people with serious mental illnessRead Full Text
Differential service utilization associated with trauma-informed integrated treatment for women with co-occurring disorders.
Mental illness and firearm violence.
Service Utilization Patterns as Predictors of Response to Trauma-Informed Integrated Treatment for Women With Co-occurring Disorders.
Monograph: 'Police Interventions with Persons Affected by Mental Illnesses'Read Full Text
Reductions in arrest under assisted outpatient treatment in New York.
Continuing medication and hospitalization outcomes after assisted outpatient treatment in New York.
Robbing Peter to pay Paul: did New York State's outpatient commitment program crowd out voluntary service recipients?
Assessing outcomes for consumers in New York's assisted outpatient treatment program.
Barriers to the adoption and implementation of preventive dental services in primary medical care.
Psychiatric advance directives and reduction of coercive crisis interventions.
Cost-effectiveness of pharmacotherapies for nicotine dependence in primary care settings: a multinational comparison.
The cost effectiveness of pharmacological smoking cessation therapies in developing countries: a case study in the Seychelles.
Cost-effectiveness analysis of the first-line therapies for nicotine dependence.