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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Expertise and interests include: 1)Research to improve the care of at risk and dependent alcohol and drug users in the medical setting. 2)Role of community health workers/health promotion advocates in the medical setting. 3)Reducing STI among cocaine and heroin users. 4)The role of motivational interviewing to improve the patient physician encounters/relations. For the past twenty-five years Dr. Bernstein has pioneered methods to integrate public health into emergency medicine practice, developed and disseminated systems of emergency care that enhance health communications between providers and patients, and extensively tested a comprehensive model for intervention in which physician extenders help steer patients with preventable conditions to appropriate services. Dr. Bernstein was the founder (1987) of the Emergency Medicine Residency at the University of New Mexico, which incorporated problem based learning, and public health into the residency training. In 1996 he co- edited the textbook, “Case Studies in Emergency Medicine and the Health of the Public.” Over the past seventeen years, Dr. Bernstein has developed a body of NIH sponsored research to test the application of motivational interviewing to improving health communications and outcomes to reduce sexual risk behavior among ED patients with cocaine and heroin abuse, reduce adolescent alcohol and marijuana use and, in a 14 site Academic ED study, reduce at risk and dependent alcohol use. He also tested the Project ASSERT model, the nation's first SBIRT program, in a trial of a brief motivational intervention delivered by peers to cocaine and heroin users. Together with Dr. Judith Bernstein, he leads the Boston University School of Public Health’s BNI-ART Institute which provides technical support and training in motivational interviewing, the peer model and system change and research design for providers in a variety of medical settings. Organizations served by the Institute include: RWJ Join Together, the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, SAMHSA , the Massachusetts DPH Health's Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, NYC Department of Mental Health and Hygiene, Howard University Medical College’s Residency SBIRT Program, Yale New Haven Emergency Department's Project ASSERT, and Partners In Health PACT program.
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Self-Described Keywords physician-patient relations

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Academic Article Project ASSERT: an ED-based intervention to increase access to primary care, preventive services, and the substance abuse treatment system.
Academic Article Patients with alcohol problems in the emergency department, part 1: improving detection. SAEM Substance Abuse Task Force. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
Academic Article Patients with alcohol problems in the emergency department, part 2: intervention and referral. SAEM Substance Abuse Task Force. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
Academic Article Etiology and weekly occurrence of alcohol-related seizures.
Academic Article Hair testing and self-report of cocaine use by heroin users.
Academic Article Brief motivational intervention at a clinic visit reduces cocaine and heroin use.
Academic Article Racial and ethnic diversity among a heroin and cocaine using population: treatment system utilization.
Academic Article Predictors of disclosure of continued cocaine use.
Academic Article SBIRT: qualified trained assistants are necessary but not sufficient.
Academic Article Racial and ethnic differences in health and health care: lessons from an inner-city patient population actively using heroin and cocaine.
Academic Article SBIRT in emergency care settings: are we ready to take it to scale?
Academic Article Alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs: future directions for screening and intervention in the emergency department.
Academic Article A preliminary report of knowledge translation: lessons from taking screening and brief intervention techniques from the research setting into regional systems of care.
Academic Article A brief motivational interview in a pediatric emergency department, plus 10-day telephone follow-up, increases attempts to quit drinking among youth and young adults who screen positive for problematic drinking.
Academic Article Feasibility of chronic disease patient navigation in an urban primary care practice.
Academic Article Empowerment education: Freire's ideas adapted to health education.
Academic Article The impact of a brief motivational intervention on unprotected sex and sex while high among drug-positive emergency department patients who receive STI/HIV VC/T and drug treatment referral as standard of care.
Academic Article Long-term follow-up after voluntary human immunodeficiency virus/sexually transmitted infection counseling, point-of-service testing, and referral to substance abuse treatment from the emergency department.
Academic Article Qualitative analysis of cocaine and heroin users'' main partner sex-risk behavior: is safety in love safety in health?
Academic Article Changing perceptions of riskiness in drinking, drugs, and driving: an emergency department-based alcohol and substance abuse prevention program.
Academic Article Involving children and youth in community projects.
Academic Article The lack of efficacy of phenytoin in the prevention of recurrent alcohol-related seizures.
Academic Article Opioid education and nasal naloxone rescue kits in the emergency department.
Academic Article The association of injury with substance use disorder among women of reproductive age: an opportunity to address a major contributor to recurrent preventable emergency department visits?
Academic Article A research agenda for gender and substance use disorders in the emergency department.
Academic Article Age and sharing of needle injection equipment in a cohort of Massachusetts injection drug users: an observational study.
Academic Article Identifying Patients for Overdose Prevention With ICD-9 Classification in the Emergency Department, Massachusetts, 2013-2014.
Grant Pediatric Emergency Department BNI/Innovators Combating Substance Abuse/RAP
Grant Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) to Benefit Massachusetts ED Patients with Substance Abuse Problems
Academic Article The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program: Its Impact on Medical Students
Academic Article Emergency Department Detection and Referral Rates for Patients with Problem Drinking
Academic Article Physician-patient communication in the emergency department, part 1.
Academic Article Case Studies in Emergency Medicine and the Health of the Public (Bernstein E, Bernstein J, Eds.)
Academic Article Case Studies in Emergency Medicine and the Health of the Public (Bernstein E, Bernstein J, Eds.)
Academic Article Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide (JE Tintinalli, GD Kalen, JS Stapczynski, eds.)
Academic Article Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: Comprehensive Study Guide (Tintinalli JE, Stapczynski JS, Ma OJ, Yealy D, Meckler GD, Cline DM. eds.)
Academic Article Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment, DHHS, SAMHSA, CSAT TIPS #35
Academic Article Substance Abuse in New Hampshire: Intervention
Academic Article ED Based Health Promotion Program: A Vehicle for Substance Abuse Screening, Detection, and Referral
Academic Article “What Are You Doing with Your Life?”
Academic Article Use of rapid fentanyl test strips among young adults who use drugs.
Academic Article Goals-of-Care Conversations for Older Adults With Serious Illness in the Emergency Department: Challenges and Opportunities.
Academic Article Suspected involvement of fentanyl in prior overdoses and engagement in harm reduction practices among young adults who use drugs.
Grant MASSHEAL - REDUCING OVERDOSE DEATHS BY 40% (2019-2023)
Grant SBIRT to Benefit MA Emergency Department Patients with Substance Abuse Problem

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