Adaptive Treatment for Pregnant Women Who Abuse Drugs

Researchers have developed an intensive relapse-prevention program for pregnant women who abuse drugs. A SMART design is being used to develop an adaptive intervention where the intensity and scope of the relapse-prevention program is adjusted based on the evolving status of each woman.

Principal Investigator(s): Hendrée Jones, Margaret Chisolm

Location: Johns Hopkins University

Funding: NIDA Project R01DA014979

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