Longitudinal Changes in Recovery from Drug Use Disorders: A National Study

Summary

The goal of this study is to use two waves of existing nationally representative longitudinal data to examine the course of drug use disorders, including opioid use disorder, along with longitudinal changes in recovery from drug use disorders among U.S. adults, including rates and correlates of relapse and full remission.

Status: Ongoing
Funding: NIH/NIDA
Faculty Engagement: Brady T. West, Ph.D. Faculty Engagement: Carol J Boyd, PhD, RN, FIAAN, FAAN
Category: Research