Suggestions for Further Reading: Facing Addiction in America Spotlight on Opioids

Best, David, Jamie Irving, and Kathy Albertson. 2017. “Recovery and Desistance: What the Emerging Recovery Movement in the Alcohol and Drug Area Can Learn from Models of Desistance from Offending.” Addiction Research & Theory 25 (1): 1–10.
Bishop, Natalie, Debra Miller, and Council of State Governments. 2016. Combatting Opioid Overdoses and Addiction: An Overview of Harm Reduction Strategies in the Midwest.
Crowley, Jeffrey S, and Gregorio A Millett. 2017. “Preventing HIV and Hepatitis Infections Among People Who Inject Drugs: Leveraging an Indiana Outbreak Response to Break the Impasse.” AIDS Behav AIDS and Behavior 21 (4): 968–72.
Diehl, Heath A. 2016. Wasted: Performing Addiction in America. Aldershot, Hamps.: Ashgate Publishing.
Ekhtiari, Hamed, and Martin Paulus. 2016. Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine: From Prevention to Rehabilitation : Constructs and Drugs. Elsevier.
Hampton, Ryan, and Claire Rudy Foster. 2020. American Fix: Inside the Opioid Addiction Crisis – and How to End It.
Haroutunian, Harry. 2016. Not As Prescribed: Recognizing and Facing Alcohol and Drug Misuse in Older Adults. Hazelden Publishing.
Health Affairs. 2016. “Facing Addiction In America: It’s About Time.” Health Affairs Blog, 2016–12.
Herzberg, David, Honoria Guarino, Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, and Alex S. Bennett. 2016. “Recurring Epidemics of Pharmaceutical Drug Abuse in America: Time for an All-Drug Strategy.” American Journal of Public Health 106 (3): 408–410.
Hurd, Yasmin L. 2017. “Cannabidiol: Swinging the Marijuana Pendulum From ‘Weed’to Medication to Treat the Opioid Epidemic.” Trends in Neurosciences 40 (3): 124–127.
Institute Of Family Studies, and Ashley McGuire. 2016. “The Family Implications of Premature Death in Rural America.” Family Studies, 2016–06.
Leahy, Laura G., and others. 2017. “The Opioid Epidemic: What Does It Mean for Nurses?” Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 55 (1): 18–23.
Levy, Sharon, J. Paul Seale, Victoria A. Osborne, Kevin L. Kraemer, Daniel P. Alford, Jeffrey Baxter, Deborah S. Finnell, et al. 2017. The Surgeon General’s Facing Addiction Report: An Historic Document for Healthcare. Taylor & Francis.
Lyman, Michael D. 2016. Drugs in Society: Causes, Concepts, and Control. Florence: Taylor and Francis.
Mendoza S, Rivera-Cabrero AS, and Hansen H. 2016. “Shifting Blame: Buprenorphine Prescribers, Addiction Treatment, and Prescription Monitoring in Middle-Class America.” Transcultural Psychiatry 53 (4): 465–87.
Murthy, Vivek H. 2016. “A Promise Fulfilled—Addressing the Nation’s Opioid Crisis Collectively.” Public Health Reports 131 (3): 387–388.
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Neill, Katharine A. 2017. “Will the Surgeon General’s Report on Addiction Change How We Treat Drug Users?” Issue Brief 2.
New York (State), Office of the State Comptroller, Office of Budget and Policy Analysis, and Thomas P DiNapoli. 2016. Prescription Opioid Abuse and Heroin Addiction in New York State.
Radcliffe, Polly Charlotte Tompkins, Nigel Cox, Amanda Clayson, and Lucy Webb. 2016. “A Safe Place to Reflect on the Meaning of Recovery: A Recovery Community Co-Productive Approach Using Multimedia Interviewing Technology.” Drugs and Alcohol Today 16 (1): 4–15.
Rosenberg, Linda. 2016. “Surgeon General’s Report on Addiction: What Does It Mean?” The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 1–2.
SHARFSTEIN, JOSHUA M. 2017. “The Opioid Crisis From Research to Practice.” The Milbank Quarterly 95 (1): 24–27.
United States, and Government Accountability Office. 2016. Opioid Addiction, Laws, Regulations, and Other Factors Can Affect Medication-Assisted Treatment Access: Report to the Majority Leader, U.S. Senate.http://purl.fdlp.gov/GPO/gpo73918.