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Publications relating to prescription drug abuse and diversion

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Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Theodore J. Cicero, Steven P Kurtz, Steven S. Martin, and Mark W. Parrino, “The ‘Black Box’ of Prescription Drug Diversion,” Journal of Addictive Diseases, in press.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Yamilka Stivers, and Theodore J. Cicero, “FDA Approvals of Generic Drugs: Impact on the Diversion of Opioid Analgesics with a Potential for Abuse,” Journal of Opioid Management, 5 (March/April 2009): 81-87.

Schneider, Michael F, J. Elise Bailey, Theodore J. Cicero, Richard C. Dart, James A. Inciardi, Mark W. Parrino, and Alvaro Muñoz, “Integrating Nine Prescription Opioid Analgesics and/or Four Signal Detection Systems to Summarize Statewide Prescription Dug Abuse in the United States in 2007,” Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, (2009) 18.778-790.

Inciardi, James A. Hilary L. Surratt, Theodore J. Cicero, and Ronald A. Beard, “Prescription Opioid Abuse and Diversion in an Urban Community: The Results of an Ultra- Rapid Assessment,” Pain Medicine, 10 (2009): 537-538.

Cicero, Theodore J., Hilary L. Surratt, and James A. Inciardi, “Use and Misuse of Buprenorphine in the Management of Opioid Addiction,” Journal of Opioid Management, 3 (November-December 2007), pp. 302-308.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Yamilka Lugo, and Theodore J. Cicero, “The Diversion of Prescription Opioid Analgesics,” Law Enforcement Executive Forum, 7 (7) (2007), pp. 127-141.

Cicero, Theodore J., James A. Inciardi, and Hilary L. Surratt, “Trends in the Use and Abuse of Branded and Generic Extended Release Oxycodone and Fentanyl Products in the United States,” Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 91 (2007), pp. 115-120.

Cicero, Theodore J., Hilary L. Surratt, James A. Inciardi, and Alvaro Muñoz, “Relationship Between Therapeutic Use and Abuse of Opioid Analgesics in Rural, Suburban, and Urban Locations in the United States,” Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 16 (2007), pp. 827-840.

Inciardi, James A. and Theodore J. Cicero, “Black Beauties, Gorilla Pills, Footballs, and Hillbilly Heroin: Some Reflections on Prescription Drug Abuse and Diversion Research over the Past 40 Years,” Journal of Drug Issues, in press.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Steven P. Kurtz, and Theodore J. Cicero, “Mechanisms of Prescription Drug Diversion among Drug Involved Club and Street-Based Populations,” Pain Medicine, 8 (2007), pp. 171-183.

Cicero, Theodore J., Richard C. Dart, James A. Inciardi, George E. Woody, Sidney Schnoll and Alvaro Muñoz, “The Development of a Comprehensive Risk Management Program for Prescription Opioid Analgesics: Researched Abuse, Diversion and Addiction-Related Surveillance,” Pain Medicine, 8 (2007), pp. 157-170.

Katz, Nathaniel P., Edgar H. Adams, James C. Benneyan, Howard G. Birnbaum, Simon H. Budman, Ronald W. Buzzeo, Daniel B. Carr, Theodore J, Cicero, Douglas Gourlay, James A. Inciardi, David E. Joranson, James Kesslick, and Stephen D. Lande, “Foundations of Opioid Risk Management,” Clinical Journal of Pain, 23 (February 2007), pp. 103-118.

Surratt, Hilary L., James A. Inciardi, and Steven P. Kurtz, “Prescription Opioid Abuse among Drug-Involved Street Sex Workers,” Journal of Opioid Management, 2(September/October 2006), pp. 283-289.

Havens, Jennifer R., Carrie B. Oser, Carl G. Leukefeld , J. Matthew Webster, Steven S. Martin , Daniel J. O'Connell, Hilary L Surratt, and James A. Inciardi, “Differences in Prevalence of Prescription Opiate Misuse among Rural and Urban Probationers,” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 33 (2007), pp. 309-317.

Inciardi, James A., Theodore J. Cicero, Alvaro Muñoz, Edgar H. Adams, Anne Geller, Edward C. Senay, and George E. Woody, “The Diversion of Ultram, Ultracet, and Generic Tramadol,” Journal of Addictive Diseases, 25 (2) (2006), pp. 53-58.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Steven P. Kurtz, & John J. Burke, “The Diversion of Prescription Drugs by Health Care Workers in Cincinnati, Ohio,” Substance Use and Misuse, 41 (2006), pp. 255-264.

Adams, Edgar H., Scott Breiner, Theodore J. Cicero, Anne Geller, James A. Inciardi, Sidney H. Schnoll, Edward C. Senay, and George E. Woody, “A Comparison of the Abuse Liability of Tramadol, NSAIDs, and Hydrocodone in Patients with Chronic Pain,” Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 31 (May 2006), pp. 465-476.

Cicero, Theodore J. and James A. Inciardi, “Potential for Abuse of Buprenorphine in Office-Based Treatment of Opioid Dependence,” New England Journal of Medicine, 353 (October 27, 2005), pp. 1863-1865.

Cicero, Theodore J., James A. Inciardi, and Alvaro Muñoz, “ Trends in Abuse of OxyContin ® and Other Opioid Analgesics in the United States: 2002-2004,” Journal of Pain, 6 (October 2005), pp. 662-672.

Cicero, Theodore J. and James A. Inciardi, “Increasing Diversion and Abuse of Methadone Prescribed for Pain,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 293 (January 19, 2005), pp. 297-298.

Cicero, Theodore J., James A. Inciardi, Edgar H. Adams, Anne Geller, Alvaro Muñoz, Edward C. Senay, and George E. Woody, "Rates of Abuse of Tramadol Remain Unchanged with the Introduction of New Branded and Generic Products: Results of an Abuse Monitoring System, 1994 – 2004," Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 14 (May 2005), pp. 851-859.

Kurtz, Steven P., James A. Inciardi, Hilary L. Surratt, and Linda Cottler, "Prescription Drug Abuse Among Ecstasy Users in Miami," Journal of Addictive Diseases, 24 (4) (2005), pp. 1-16.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Steven S. Martin, and Roberta Gealt, “Prevalence of Narcotic Analgesic Abuse Among Students: Individual or Polydrug Abuse?” Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, 158 (May 2004), pp. 498-499.

Inciardi, James A. and Jennifer L. Goode, “OxyContin: Miracle Medicine or Problem Drug,” in James A. Inciardi and Karen McElrath (eds.), The American Drug Scene, fourth edition (Los Angeles: Roxbury, 2004), pp. 163-173.

Inciardi, James A. and Jennifer L. Goode, “OxyContin and Prescription Drug Diversion,” Consumers Research, July 2003, pp. 22-25.

Publications relating to the etiology of drug and alcohol abuse

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Harrison, Lana D. 1997. “More Cannabis Use in Europe? Perspectives from the USA.” Pp. 16-25 in Illicit Drug Use in Europe edited by Dick J. Karf and Heleen Rifer. Amsterdam: Universiteit Van Amsterdam.

Harrison, Lana D. 2000. “Drug Users, Counting (Problematic Nature of)” Pp. 302-305 in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior edited by Charles E. Faupel and Paul M. Roman. Taylor and Francis.

Harrison, Lana D. 2000. “(Illegal), Public Attitudes and Management Policies.” Pp. 258-260 in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior edited by Charles E. Faupel and Paul M. Roman. Taylor and Francis.

Harrison, Lana D., Patricia Erickson, Dirk Korf, Serge Crochu, and Annemieke Benschop. 2007. “How much for a Dime Bag? An Exploration of Youth Drug Markets.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 90S: S27-S39.

Kork, Dirk, Serge Brochu, Annemieke Benschop, Lana D. Harrison, and Patricia G. Erickson. 2008. “Teen drug sellers: A multi-Site study of Segregated Drug Markets.” Contemporary Drug Problems 1.

Martin, Steven S. and Cynthia Robbins. 1995. “Personality, Social Control and Drug Use in Early Adolescence.” In Longitudinal Studies of Drugs, Crime and Other Deviant Adaptations, edited by Howard B. Kaplan. New York: Plenum.

Nielsen, Amie L. 1999. “Testing Sampson and Laub’s Life Course Theory: Age, Race/Ethnicity, and Drunkenness.” Deviant Behavior 20: 129-150.

Robbins, Cynthia A. and Steven S. Martin. 1995. “Gender Styles of Deviance, and Drinking Problems.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 34: 302-321.

Publications relating to the patterns and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse

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Cicero, Theodore J., Hilary L. Surratt, and James A. Inciardi. 2007. “Use and Misuse of Buprenorphine in the Management of Opiod Addiction.” Journal of Opiod Management 3: 302-308.

Coons, Stephen J., Sharon L. Sheahan, Steven S. Martin, Jon Hendricks, Cynthia A. Robbins, and Jeffrey A. Johnson. 1994. “Predictors of Medication Noncompliance in a Sample of Older Adults.” Clinical Therapeutics 16: 110-117.

Harrison, Lana D. 1997. “More Cannabis Use in Europe? Perspectives from the USA.” Pp. 16-25 in Illicit Drug Use in Europe edited by Dick J. Karf and Heleen Rifer. Amsterdam: Universiteit Van Amsterdam.

Harrison, Lana D., Patricia Erickson, Dirk Korf, Serge Crochu, and Annemieke Benschop. 2007. “How much for a Dime Bag? An Exploration of Youth Drug Markets.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 90S: S27-S39.

Inciardi, James A., Dorothy Lockwood and Anne E. Pottieger. 1991. “Crack Dependent Women and Sexuality: Implications for STD Acquisition and Transmission.” Addiction & Recovery 11: 25-28.

Inciardi, James A., Steven S. Martin and Clifford A. Butzin. 2004. “Five-Year Outcomes of Therepeutic Community Treatment of Drug-Involved Offenders after Release from Prison.” Crime and Delinquency 50 (1): 88-107.

Inciardi, James A., Steven S. Martin, Clifford A. Butzin, Ronald A. Beard and Daniel J. O’Connell. 2006. “A Model for Successful Correctional Drug Treatment: From Prison to Community.” Counselor: 20-26.

Inciardi, James A. and Anne E. Pottieger. 1991. “Kids, Crack, and Crime.” Journal of Drug Issues 21: 257-270.

Inciardi, James A, Anne E. Pottieger, Mary Ann Forney, Dale D. Chitwood and Duane C. McBride. 1991. “Prostitution, IV Drug Use, and Sex for Crack Exchanges among Serious Delinquents: Risks for HIV Infection.” Criminology 29: 221-235.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Theodore J. Cicero and Ronald A. Beard. In Press. “Prescription Opiod Abuse and Diversion in an Urban Community: The Results of an Ultra-Rapid Assessment. Pain Medicine.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Steven P. Kurtz, and Theodore J. Cicero. 2007. “Mechanisms of Prescription Drug Diversion among Drug Involved Club and Street-Based Populations.” Pain Medicine 8: 171-183.

Inciardi, James A. , Hilary L. Surratt, Yamilka Lugo and Theodore J. Cicero. 2007. “The Diversion of Prescription Opioid Analgesics.” Law Enforcement Executive Forum 7 (7): 27-141.

Kork, Dirk, Serge Brochu, Annemieke Benschop, Lana D. Harrison, and Patricia G. Erickson. 2008. “Teen drug sellers: A multi-Site study of Segregated Drug Markets.” Contemporary Drug Problems 1.

Kurtz, Steven P., James A. Inciardi, Hilary L. Surratt, and Linda Cottler. 2005. “Prescription Drug Abuse among Ecstasy Users in Miami.” Journal of Addictive Diseases 24 (4): 1-16.

Kurtz, Steven O., James A. Inciardi and Elisa Pujals. 2009. “Criminal activity among young adults in the club scene,” Law Enforcement Executive Forum, in press.

O’Connell, Daniel J., Tikomir N. Even, Steven S. Martin and James A. Inciardi. 2007. “Working Toward Recovery: The Interplay of Part Treatment and Economic Status in Long Term Outcomes for Drug Involved Offenders.” Substance Use and Misuse 42: 1089 – 1107.

Pettiway, Leon E. 1996. Honey, Honey, Miss Thang: Being Black, Gay and on the Streets. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Pettiway, Leon E. 1997. Workin’ It: Women Living Through Drugs and Crime. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Robbins, Cynthia A. 1991. “Social Roles and Alcohol Abuse among Older Men and Women.” Family and Community Health 13(4): 37-48.

Robbins, Cynthia A. and Richard R. Clayton. 1992. “Gender-Related Differences in Psychoactive Drug Use among Older Adults.” Journal of Drug Issues 19(2): 207-219.

Scheier, Lawrence M., Arbi Ben Abdallah, James A. Inciardi, Jan Copeland, and Linda Cottler. 2008. “Tri-City Study of Ecstasy Use Problems: A Latent Class Analysis.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 98: 249 – 263.

Sheahan, Sharon L., Stephen J. Coons, Cynthia A. Robbins, Steven S. Martin, John Hendricks, and Melissa Latimer. 1995. “Psychoactive Medication, Alcohol Use, and Falls among Older Adults.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 18(2): 127-140.

Publications relating to the prevention and treatment of drug and alcohol abuse

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Bishop, John B.. 2000. “An Environmental Approach to Combat Binge Drinking on College Campuses.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy 15 (1): 15 – 30.

Butzin, Clifford A., Christine A. Saum, and Frank R. Scarpitti. 2002. “Factors Associated with Completion of a Drug Treatment Court Diversion Program.” Substance Use and Misuse 37(12&13): 1615-1633.

Butzin, Clifford A., Frank R. Scarpitti, Annie L. Nielson, Steven S. Martin and James A. Inciardi. 1999. “Measuring the Impact of Drug Treatment: Beyond Relapse and Recidivism.” Corrections Management Quarterly 3(4): 1-7.

Friedman, Peter D., Elizabeth C. Katz, Anne G. Rhodes, Faye S. Taxman, Daniel J. O’Connell, Linda K. Frisman, William M. Burdon, Bennett W. Fletcher, Mark D. Litt, Jennifer Clarke, and Steven S. Martin. 2008. “Collaborative Behavior Management for Drug Involved Parolees: Rationale and Design of the Step’N Out Study.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 47(3) 290-318.

Inciardi, James A. and Dorothy Lockwood. 1994. “When Worlds Collide: Establishing CREST Outreach Center.” Pp. 63-78 in Drug Abuse Treatment: The Implementation of innovative Approaches, edited by Bennett W. Fletcher, James A. Inciardi and Arthur M. Holden. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Lockwood, Dorothy, James A. Inciardi, and Hilary L. Surratt. “CREST Outreach Center: A Model for Blending Treatment and Corrections,” in The Effectiveness of Innovative Approaches in the Treatment of Drug Abuse edited by James A. Inciardi, Bennett W. Fletcher, Peter Delany and Arthur M. Holden. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Inciardi, James A., Howard Isenberg, Dorothy Lockwood, Steven S Martin and Frank R. Scarpitti. 1992. “Assertive Community Treatment with a Parolee Population: An Extension of Case management.” In Progress and Issues in Case Management, edited by Rebecca S Ashery. Rockville, MD: NIDA Research Monograph 127.

Inciardi, James A., Steven S. Martin and Clifford A. Butzin. 2004. “Five-Year Outcomes of Therepeutic Community Treatment of Drug-Involved Offenders after Release from Prison.” Crime and Delinquency 50 (1): 88-107.

Inciardi, James A., Steven S. Martin, Clifford A. Butzin, Ronald A. Beard and Daniel J. O’Connell. 2006. “A Model for Successful Correctional Drug Treatment: From Prison to Community.” Counselor: 20-26.

Inciardi, James A., Steven S. Martin and Howard Isenberg. 1991. “ACT: Assertive Community Treatment Supports Recovery for Parolees with Histories of Injecting Drugs” Addiction & Recovery 11: 31-35.

Inciardi, James A. and Hilary L. Surratt. 2001. “Cross-Cultural Approaches to Harm Reduction Research: Some Considerations on the Brazil Experience.” Substance Use and Misuse 36: 201-212.

Inciardi, James A. and Christine A. Saum. 1997. “New Approaches in the Treatment of Substance Abuse.” Journal of Drug Issues 27: 195-201.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary A. Surratt, and Paulo R. Zelles. 2000. Sex, Drugs and HIV/AIDS in Brazil Boulder, CO: Westview.

Lockwood, Dorothy, Jill McCorkel, and James A. Inciardi. 1998. “Developing Comprehensive Prison-Based Therapeutic Community Treatment for Women.” Drugs and Society 13: 193-212.

Martin, Steven S., Clifford A. Butzin, Christine A. Saum, and James A. Inciardi. 1999. “Three-year Outcomes of TC Treatment for Drug Involved Offenders in Delaware: From Prison to Work Release to Aftercare.” The Prison Journal 79: 294-320.

Martin, Steven S. and James A. Inciardi. 1993. “Case Management Approaches for Criminal Justice Clients,” In Drug Treatment and Criminal Justice, edited by James A. inciardi. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

McBride, Duane C., Patricia B. Mutch, Carole Kilcher, James A. Inciardi, H. Virginia McCoy and Ann E. Pottieger. 1996. “Barriers to Treatment Among Crash-Dependent and Other Drug-Abusing Inner-City Women,” Pp. 115-128 in The American Pipe Dream: Crack and the Inner City, edited by Dale D. Chitwood, James R. Rivers and James A. Inciardi. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace.

McCorkel, Jill A., Lana Harrison and James A. Inciardi. 1998. “How Treatment is Constructed Among Graduates and Dropouts in a Prison Therapeutic Community for Women.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 27: 37-59.

Nielson, Amie L., Frank R. Scarpitti, and James A. Inciardi. 1996. “Integrating the Therapeutic Community and Work Release for Drug-Involved Offenders.” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 13: 23-40.

O’Connell, Daniel J., Tikomir N. Enev, Steven S. Martin and James A. Inciardi. 2007. “Working Toward Recovery: The Interplay of Part Treatment and Economic Status in Long Term Outcomes for Drug Involved Offenders.” Substance Use and Misuse 42: 1089 – 1107.

Saum, Christine A., Matthew L. Hiller, Margaret E. Laigey, James A. Inciardi and Hilary L. Surratt. In Press. “Predictors of Substance Abuse Treatment Entry for Crime-Involved Cocaine-Dependant Women,” Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

Saum, Christine A., Frank R. Scarpitti, Clifford A. Butzin, Victor Perez, Druetta Jennings and Alison Gray. 2002. “Drug Court Participants’ Satisfaction with Treatment and the Court Experience.” Drug Court Review IV Summer: 39-82.

Saum, Christine A., Frank R. Scarpitti and Cynthia A. Robbins. 2001. “Violent Offenders in Drug Court.” Journal of Drug Issues 31: 107-128.

Publications relating to the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, and the prevention of such infections among high risk populations

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Harrison, Lana D., Tracy Bachman, Charles Freeman, and James A. Inciardi. 2001. “The Acceptability of the Female Condom among U.S. Women at High Risk for HIV.” Culture, Health and Sexuality 3(1): 101-118.

Inciardi, James A., Howard Isenberg, Dorothy Lockwood, Steven S Martin and Frank R. Scarpitti. 1992. “Assertive Community Treatment with a Parolee Population: An Extension of Case management.” In Progress and Issues in Case Management, edited by Rebecca S Ashery. Rockville, MD: NIDA Research Monograph 127.

Inciardi, James A. and Dorothy Lockwood. 1994. “When Worlds Collide: Establishing CREST Outreach Center.” Pp. 63-78 in Drug Abuse Treatment: The Implementation of innovative Approaches, edited by Bennett W. Fletcher, James A. Inciardi and Arthur M. Holden. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Inciardi, James A., Steven S. Martin and Howard Isenberg. 1991. “ACT: Assertive Community Treatment Supports Recovery for Parolees with Histories of Injecting Drugs” Addiction & Recovery 11: 31-35.

Inciardi, James A. and Hilary L. Surratt. 2001. “Cross-Cultural Approaches to Harm Reduction Research: Some Considerations on the Brazil Experience.” Substance Use and Misuse 36: 201-212.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary A. Surratt, Steven P. Kurtz, and Jason C. Weaver. 2005. “The Effect of Serostatus on HIV Risk Behavior Change among Women Six Workers in Miami, Florida” AIDS Care 17: 81-101.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary L. Surratt, Steven S. Martin, Daniel J. O’Connell, Anthony Salandy and Ronald A. Beard. 2007. “Developing a Multimedia HIV and Hepatitis Intervention for Drug-Involved Offenders Reentering the Community.” The Prison Journal 87: 111-142.

Inciardi, James A., Hilary A. Surratt, and Paulo R. Telles. 2000. Sex, Drugs and HIV/AIDS in Brazil Boulder, CO: Westview.

Inciardi, James A., Jennifer Syvertsen, and Hilary L. Surratt. 2005. “HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean Basin.” AIDS Care 17: 9-25.

Kurtz, Steven P. 2005. “Past Circuit Blues: Motivations and Consequences of Crystal Meth Use Among Gay Men in Miami.” AIDS Care Behaviors 9 (1): 63-72.

Kurtz, Steven P. 2009. “Between Kansas and Oz: Drugs, Sex and the Search for Gay Identity in the Fast Lane.” In The Story of Sexual Identity: Narrative Perspective on the Gay and Lesbian Life Course, edited by Hammock, P.L. and Cohler, B.J.. New York: Oxford.

Kurtz, Steven P. 2009. “Arrest Histories of High Risk Gay and Bisexual Men in Miami: Unexpected Additional Evidence for Syndemic Theory,” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 40(4): 513-521.

Kurtz, Steven P., Hillary L. Surratt, Marion C. Keley, and James A. Inciardi. 2005. “Barriers to Health and Social Services for Street-Based Sex-Workers.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Undeserved 16: 345-361.

Lockwood, Dorothy, James A. Inciardi, and Hilary L. Surratt. “CREST Outreach Center: A Model for Blending Treatment and Corrections,” in The Effectiveness of Innovative Approaches in the Treatment of Drug Abuse edited by James A. Inciardi, Bennett W. Fletcher, Peter Delany and Arthur M. Holden. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Martin, Steven S. and James A. Inciardi. 1993. “Case Management Approaches for Criminal Justice Clients,” In Drug Treatment and Criminal Justice, edited by James A. inciardi. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Martin, Steven S., Daniel J. O’Connell, James A. Inciardi, Hilary L. Surratt, and Kristin M. Maiden. “Integrating an HIV/HCV Brief Intervention in Prisoner Reentry: Results of a Multi-Site Prospective Study.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, in press.

Nielson, Amie L., Frank R. Scarpitti, and James A. Inciardi. 1996. “Integrating the Therapeutic Community and Work Release for Drug-Involved Offenders.” Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 13: 23-40.

Surratt, Hilary L. 2007. “Sex Work in the Caribbean Basin: Patterns of Substance Use and HIV Risk among Migrant Sex Workers in the United States Virgin Islands.” Aids Care 19(10): 1274-1282.

Surratt, Hilary L. and James A. Inciardi. 1999. “Introducing the Female Condom to Drug Users in Brazil.” Population Research and Policy Review 18: 169-181.

Surratt, Hilary L. and James A. Inciardi. 2005. “Developing an HIV Intervention for Indigent Women Substance Abuses in the United States Virgin Islands.” Journal of Urban Health, Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 82 (suppl. 1): 74-83.

Surrat, Hilary L., Steven P. Kurtz, Jason C. Weaver, and James A. Inciardi. 2005. “The Connections of Mental Health Problems, Violent Life Experiences, and the Social Milieu of the ‘Stroll’ with the HIV Risk Behaviors of Female Street Sex Workers.” Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality 17: 23-44.

Publications relating to the prevalence and patterns of health risk behaviors among young adults

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Bishop, John B.. 2000. “An Environmental Approach to Combat Binge Drinking on College Campuses.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy 15 (1): 15 – 30.

Harrison, Lana D. 1997. “More Cannabis Use in Europe? Perspectives from the USA.” Pp. 16-25 in Illicit Drug Use in Europe edited by Dick J. Karf and Heleen Rifer. Amsterdam: Universiteit Van Amsterdam.

Harrison, Lana D. 2000. “Drug Users, Counting (Problematic Nature of)” Pp. 302-305 in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior edited by Charles E. Faupel and Paul M. Roman. Taylor and Francis.

Harrison, Lana D. 2000. “(Illegal), Public Attitudes and Management Policies.” Pp. 258-260 in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior edited by Charles E. Faupel and Paul M. Roman. Taylor and Francis.

Harrison, Lana D., Patricia Erickson, Dirk Korf, Serge Crochu, and Annemieke Benschop. 2007. “How much for a Dime Bag? An Exploration of Youth Drug Markets.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 90S: S27-S39.

Kork, Dirk, Serge Brochu, Annemieke Benschop, Lana D. Harrison, and Patricia G. Erickson. 2008. “Teen drug sellers: A multi-Site study of Segregated Drug Markets.” Contemporary Drug Problems 1.