Events related to Understanding, Preventing and Treating Opioid Abuse
RTI’s Jennifer Lorvick will serve as one of three distinguished speakers during the InWomen’s 2019 Opioid Symposium.
Clinical trials have demonstrated that opioid treatment reduces death rates by 30 to 50 percent, yet one third of patients treated at specialty addiction programs drop out of treatment within two weeks of initiation.
RTI International's Jon Zibbell will be speaking on fighting the opioid epidemic during Health Connect South meeting, being held September 27 at the Georgia Aquarium.
Health equity remains an elusive challenge to address within our healthcare system.
What are you doing to prevent substance abuse? Stop by RTI International’s booth at the National Prevention Network Conference to share your ideas and see what others are doing.
RTI’s Kevin Conway will be among the presenters during the Administrative Data Research Facilities (ADRF) Network’s second annual Research Conference.
RTI International is pleased to support the 2018 National Academy for State Health Policy’s annual conference.
More than a dozen RTI researchers will be presenting during The College on Problems of Drug Dependence’s annual meeting.
The Role of State Behavioral Health Agencies and State Financing in Expanding Access to Medication Assisted Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) – The combination of medications and behavioral therapy - is an effective opioid addiction treatment.
RTI’s Tami Mark will deliver a general session keynote during the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions’ 18th annual Behavioral Health Informatics Conference and Exposition, being held May 2-3 in Carlsbad, CA.
RTI International had a large presence at the 2018 RX Summit with a space in the exhibit hall and several researchers presenting during the conference.
RTI's Georgiy Bobashev will be among the presenters during the 12th annual International Society on Studies of Drug Policy (ISSDP) in May in Vancouver, Canada.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) – the combination of medications and behavioral therapy – is an effective opioid addiction treatment, yet only a third of residential addiction treatment facilities in the United States provide MAT onsite to the
The InWomen’s Group is a multidisciplinary forum addressing all aspects of substance use among women, children, and youth.
RTI researchers will be among the presenters during the Opioid Misuse & Overdose Prevention Summit.
RTI will be presenting at the CHERISH conference Friday, June 9, at The Wharton School.
RTI International is a premier sponsor and exhibitor at the 2016 APHA Annual Meeting and Expo.