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Scholarly Activity, Leadership Service

January, 2023

Hazel Brogdon, MD 2022-2023 NIDA-AACAP Resident Training Award. "Promoting Substance Use Disorder Screening and Brief Interventions for Adolescents and Destigmatization of Substance Use Disorders and their Treatment in a Local School District Behavioral Health Program". Primary Mentor: Amy Burns, MD

April, 2022

Casey Collins, MD North West Research Symposium Presentation Award for Case Reports and Other Division"Contingency Management: Dealing Abstinence from Methamphetamines"

March, 2022

Cedar Neary, MD Pediatric Grand Rounds, "Gender Dysphoria & Gender Affirming Treatment"

January, 2022

Cedar Neary, MD DEI GME Subcommittee Chair 2022-2023

Casey Collins, MD DEI CME Committee Member 2022-2023

December 2021

Casey Collins, MD Presentation at American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry "Contingency Management for Stimulant Use Disorder in Patients Using Medication for Opioid Use Disorder"

Hazel Brodgon, MD, John Wurzel, MD, Richard Carlson, MD, Emily Cox, Kaden Facer, article published in Journal of Addiction Medicine "Rapid Transition to Buprenorphine in a Patient with Methadone-Related OTc Interval Prolongation."

April 2021:

Casey Collins, MD North West Research Symposium Presentation "To use or not to use is the questions, Contingency Management is the Answer"

December 2020

Hazel Brogdon MD (PGY3) has been selected as a REACH scholar for next academic year.

The overall goal of the REACH training program is to: (1) Increase the overall number of racial and ethnic underrepresented minority (URM) addiction specialists in the Addiction Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine workforce, and (2) increase the number of addiction specialists adequately trained to work with racial and ethnic URM patients with substance use disorders (SUD).