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Johns Hopkins: Paper among Health Affairs’ 2017 Editor’s Picks

A paper by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health was selected by Health Affairs editor Mr. Alan Weil as the year’s “picks” – articles with, in his words, the “shared attribute is that the authors chose to focus on interesting and important questions.” The paper found that only 5 percent of people referred for opioid treatment in the criminal justice system were getting the recommended “agonist” treatment. The lead authors were Dr. Brendan Saloner, assistant professor in the School’s department of health policy and management, and doctoral candidate Ms. Noa Krawczyk.

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