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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Richard Saitz MD, MPH, FACP (Fellow, American College of Physicians), DFASAM (Distinguished Fellow, American Society of Addiction Medicine), is a general internist (diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine, DABIM) and primary care physician, an addiction medicine specialist (diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine, DABAM), Chair and Professor of Community Health Sciences at Boston University (BU) School of Public Health, and Professor of Medicine at BU School of Medicine. He Chaired the Treatment and Services review committee for the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, is former Editor of Evidence-Based Medicine, associate editor of JAMA, and Senior Editor of Journal of Addiction Medicine, Section Editor and sole author of key chapters in UpToDate on unhealthy substance use, an editor of the ASAM Principles of Addiction Medicine textbook, Editor Emeritus of Addiction Science & Clinical Practice, and author of over two hundred peer-reviewed publications. He was Director of Boston Medical Center’s Clinical Addiction Research and Education (CARE) Unit for over a decade, has been Chairman of an Institutional Review Board, Associate Director of Clinical Research for BU, President of the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA), steering committee member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), and is coordinating committee member of International Network for Brief Intervention for Alcohol and other drug problems (INEBRIA). He is on the International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE) Board now as Vice President. His primary areas of expertise supported by NIH, RWJF, and SAMHSA, are screening and brief intervention, integrating substance-related and general health care, improving the quality of care for people with unhealthy substance use, particularly in general health settings, and basing care on science. He validated single-item screening questions recommended by NIDA and NIAAA. Awards: Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, Boston Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Leaders Award, Best Doctors in America®, AMERSA’s W. Anderson Spickard, Jr. Excellence in Mentorship Award, the R. Brinkley Smithers Distinguished Scientist Award (ASAM), Research Society on Alcoholism Distinguished Researcher Award.

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Academic Article Managing alcohol withdrawal in the elderly.
Academic Article Addressing alcohol problems in primary care: a cluster randomized, controlled trial of a systems intervention. The screening and intervention in primary care (SIP) study.
Academic Article Professional satisfaction experienced when caring for substance-abusing patients: faculty and resident physician perspectives.
Academic Article Clinical practice. Unhealthy alcohol use.
Academic Article PTSD in urban primary care: high prevalence and low physician recognition.
Academic Article A web-based Alcohol Clinical Training (ACT) curriculum: is in-person faculty development necessary to affect teaching?
Academic Article Promoting substance use education among generalist physicians: an evaluation of the Chief Resident Immersion Training (CRIT) program.
Academic Article Clinical factors associated with prescription drug use disorder in urban primary care patients with chronic pain.
Academic Article Internal medicine residency training for unhealthy alcohol and other drug use: recommendations for curriculum design.
Academic Article Adolescent alcohol use and violence: are brief interventions the answer?
Academic Article Screening and brief intervention for unhealthy drug use in primary care settings: randomized clinical trials are needed.
Academic Article Clinical case discussion: screening and brief intervention for drug use in primary care.
Academic Article Screening and brief intervention for drug use in primary care: the ASPIRE randomized clinical trial.
Academic Article Brief intervention for daily marijuana users identified by screening in primary care: A subgroup analysis of the ASPIRE randomized clinical trial.
Academic Article Valid, Reproducible, Clinically Useful, Nonstigmatizing Terminology for the Disease and Its Treatment: Addiction, Substance Use Disorder, and Medication.
Academic Article A 4-Part Literature-Based Series
Academic Article Evid Based Ment Health
Academic Article ACP J Club
Academic Article Educational videos produced for Alcohol Clinical Training Project
Academic Article Mock IRB educational video, produced by Office of Clinical Research, Boston University School of Medicine
Academic Article Prim Care News
Academic Article Ann Fam Med
Academic Article BMJ
Grant Alchohol Clinical Training Project (ACT)
Grant NorthStar Node of the Clinical Trials Network
Grant Boston University Clinical and Translational Science Institute (Administrative Supplement)
Grant The National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network
Grant The National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network: New England Consortium Node
Grant The Boston University Clinical and Transitional Science Institute
Grant Clinical Addiction Research and Education (CARE) Program

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