Scott Hadland is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and a pediatrician and addiction specialist at Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine. He holds triple board certification in General Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine, and Addiction Medicine. Dr. Hadland’s clinical and research interests focus on adolescent and young adult substance use disorder prevention and treatment, and on improving care for youth and families affected by substance use. As part of these efforts, he seeks to improve education on addiction to pediatricians in the US and beyond. Dr. Hadland has also studied the potential influence of the pharmaceutical industry in physician prescribing of opioids and stimulants.
Collectively, Dr. Hadland’s 13 mentees have received three national research awards under his direct supervision and published 11 peer-reviewed articles in leading journals. His work has been published in leading journals, including The Lancet, BMJ, Pediatrics, JAMA Internal Medicine, and Addiction. Dr. Hadland serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Adolescent Medicine and is an Associate Editor for the International Journal of Drug Policy. He has received funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Thrasher Research Fund, and Academic Pediatric Association, and he has been featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, NBC News, CBS News, National Public Radio, and other leading news outlets.
Boston University School of Medicine
Clinical Addiction Research and Education Unit
Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research
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Toce MS, Hadland SE. Commentary on Hill et al.: Breaking down barriers-increasing access to lifesaving opioid use disorder medications to save lives. Addiction. 2021 Jan 06. PMID: 33403685
Silverstein M, Hadland SE, Hallett E, Botticelli M. Principles of Care for Young Adults With Substance Use Disorders. Pediatrics. 2021 Jan; 147(Suppl 2):S195-S203.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33386322
Hadland SE, Yule AM, Levy SJ, Hallett E, Silverstein M, Bagley SM. Evidence-Based Treatment of Young Adults With Substance Use Disorders. Pediatrics. 2021 Jan; 147(Suppl 2):S204-S214.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33386323
Kimmel SD, Gaeta JM, Hadland SE, Hallett E, Marshall BDL. Principles of Harm Reduction for Young People Who Use Drugs. Pediatrics. 2021 Jan; 147(Suppl 2):S240-S248.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33386326
Hadland SE, Marshall BDL. Rising Stimulant Overdoses Among Young People in the United States. Pediatrics. 2021 Jan; 147(1). PMID: 33288727
Bagley SM, Hadland SE. Commentary on Fishman et al. (2020): Youth and family-centered care for young adults with opioid use disorder. Addiction. 2020 Dec 02.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33269477
Hadland SE. The Broken Care Continuum for Young Adults With Opioid Addiction. J Adolesc Health. 2020 Dec; 67(6):735-736. PMID: 33220792
Bagley SM, Gai MJ, Earlywine JJ, Schoenberger SF, Hadland SE, Barocas JA. Incidence and Characteristics of Nonfatal Opioid Overdose Among Youths Aged 11 to 24 Years by Sex. JAMA Netw Open. 2020 12 01; 3(12):e2030201.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33331919
Jacka BP, Goldman JE, Yedinak JL, Bernstein E, Hadland SE, Buxton JA, Sherman SG, Biello KB, Marshall BDL. A randomized clinical trial of a theory-based fentanyl overdose education and fentanyl test strip distribution intervention to reduce rates of opioid overdose: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials. 2020 Nov 26; 21(1):976.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33243291
Lim JK, Earlywine JJ, Bagley SM, Marshall BDL, Hadland SE. Polysubstance Involvement in Opioid Overdose Deaths in Adolescents and Young Adults, 1999-2018. JAMA Pediatr. 2020 Nov 23.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33226412
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