Roland Lamb

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This paper introduces the Seaboard, a new tangible musical instrument which aims to provide musicians with significant capability to manipulate sound in real-time in a musically intuitive way. It introduces the core design features which make the Seaboard unique, and describes the motivation and rationale behind the design. The fundamental approach to(More)
In 2005, the City of Philadelphia began transformation of its behavioral health system around the principles of resilience, recovery, and self-determination. The resulting processes and programs have drawn national and international attention in tandem with the emergence of recovery as a new organizing paradigm within the alcohol and drug (AOD) problems and(More)
The emergence of recovery as an organizing construct for behavioral health public policy and the resulting push to increase the recovery orientation of addiction treatment have sparked renewed questions about the prevalence of substance use disorder (SUD) remission/recovery within the general population. The present study reports findings on(More)
While harm reduction can be viewed as an end in itself with a focus on mitigating harm to individuals, families and the community as a whole, harm reduction strategies can also be viewed collectively as a platform or point of access for promoting long-term health, and, for those with severe alcohol and other drug problems, long-term personal and family(More)
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