Steven Marcus

Kimberly Hoagwood2
Lucia Walsh2
Frances Barg2
Sonja Schoenwald2
2Kimberly Hoagwood
2Lucia Walsh
2Frances Barg
2Sonja Schoenwald
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BACKGROUND Evidence-based treatments (EBTs) are not widely available in community mental health settings. In response to the call for implementation of evidence-based treatments in the United States, states and counties have mandated behavioral health reform through policies and other initiatives. Evaluations of the impact of these policies on(More)
BACKGROUND Most randomized controlled trials of interventions designed to promote cancer screening, particularly those targeting poor and minority patients, enroll selected patients. Relatively little is known about the benefits of these interventions among unselected patients. METHODS/DESIGN "Get Screened" is an American Cancer Society-sponsored(More)
  • Lynn A. Farrugia, Sean H. Rhyee, Sharan L. Campleman, Anne-Michelle Ruha, Timothy Weigand, Paul M. Wax +62 others
  • 2016
The American College of Medical Toxicology established the Toxicology Investigators Consortium (ToxIC) Case Registry in 2010. The Registry contains all medical toxicology consultations performed at participating sites. The Registry has continued to grow since its inception, and as of December 31, 2015, contains 43,099 cases. This is the sixth annual report(More)
Each year, poison control centers throughout the United States respond to over 4 million calls for help in treating individuals exposed to toxic substances. Although most cases develop no or minimal clinical effects, a small proportion of patients who receive medical care for overdoses with poison center consultation expire. When such cases are investigated(More)
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