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Our Research Home » Our Research » Health, Homelessness, and Criminal Justice (HHCJ) Co-Director Dr. Kate Diaz Vickery is the Co-Director of the Health, Homelessness, and Criminal Justice Lab Clinical Profile PubMed @katediazvickery email: Katherine.Vickery@hcmed.orgDr. Vickery bio:Expand Dr. Vickery is a primary care doctor at Hennepin County Health Care for…Read More
Usage rates among moms-to-be have spiked in the past decade, with a disparate boost among pregnant women who live in rural counties. Amphetamine and opioid use in pregnancy increased substantially over the last decade in the United States, a new Michigan Medicine-led study finds. And a disproportionate rise occurred in…Read More
An analysis conducted by Hennepin Healthcare, University of Minnesota School of Public Health and University of Michigan researchers shows amphetamine-related hospitalizations increased more than 270 percent from 2008 to 2015, costing up to $2.17 billion per year. The study was recently published in JAMA Network Open. “It’s worrying,” said Associate Professor and co-author Nathan Shippee.…Read More
How is opioid use associated with health, other substance use, involvement in criminal justice system?
A public health approach to address the opioid epidemic in the United States needs to understand the populations of people affected, including their health, other substance use and any involvement they may have with the criminal justice system, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open. This study…Read More