(Subcontract) Using the Strategic Prevention Framework, this project assesses local prescription opioid and underage drinking-related problems, and identifies and evaluates appropriate environmental strategies to prevent underage drinking and prescription opioid misuse in the City of Portales and in Roosevelt county.
(Subcontract) Evaluate the City of Portales / Roosevelt County DWI Task Force activities, create a framework for ongoing evaluation including tools and instruments such as logic model, data dashboard, & evaluation plan.
Contract to develop a formalized plan for implementing an AmeriCorps program within the City of Santa Fe that is integrated with Connect, a systems-change program that screens for and addresses unmet social determinants of health with goals of impacting emergency department and jail use for Santa Fe residents. The final plan will focus on the […]
CONNECT, based on the Accountable Health Community (AHC) model developed by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS), is a systems-change model to address the social determinants of health of Santa Fe county residents. It mobilizes Navigators housed in a range of service agencies who can connect community members to services and resources across […]
Funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism grant number R01AA014750, this R01 grant, extended the observation period of a cohort of first-time driving while impaired (DWI) offenders to 15 years. Subjects were first observed when they were court-mandated to undergo screening. For this project, we are located and interviewed over 1000 of […]
(Subcontract to RAND Corporation) The problem of inadequate physical activity is extensive, and it affects over 50% of the population. Dr. Lapham served site PI for a 5-site national study to evaluate an assessment, Systematic Observation of Play and Recreation in Communities (SOPARC) to assess physical activity in parks using systematic momentary time sampling. This […]
This Phase II, randomzied, double-blind, multicenter trial investigated the use of vigabatrin as a treatment for cocaine dependence.
The objective of this Phase 2, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel-group, multi-center study was to evaluate the safety and efficacy of nepicastat in improving the proportion of subjects who achieve abstinence from cocaine and reducing cocaine use in subjects with DSM-IV cocaine dependence.
This study collected preliminary information on the efficacy of extended-release naltrexone, a long-acting, injectable form of naltrexone, in reducing drinking, and attempts to drive after drinking, among repeat driving-while-impaired offenders with an ignition interlock device installed in their vehicles. Methods: Volunteers received three monthly injections of extended-release naltrexone and provided information regarding their drinking behavior. […]
In this study we examine recidivism rates of MMT patients booked into a large detention center (DC) located in a metropolitan community in the Southwestern United States. This DC started an MMT program in November 2005 that allows inmates previously enrolled in a community-based MMT to receive MMT after incarceration. This analysis, restricted to inmates […]