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CURRICULUM VITAE
David Robert McDuff, M.D.

Clinical Professor

Department of Psychiatry

University of Maryland School of Medicine


DATE June 2014
CONTACT INFORMATION

Maryland Centers for Psychiatry

3453 Ellicott Center Dr. Suite 106

Ellicott City, Maryland 21043

Phone: 410-461-3760; Fax: 410-461-0526

E-Mail: dmcduff52@gmail.com


EDUCATION
1974 B.S. Biology, Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL
1978 M.D. University of South Alabama

College of Medicine, Mobile, AL


POST GRADUATE EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Internship (medical)

1978 – 1979 Dwight David Eisenhower Army

Medical Center, Augusta, Georgia
Residency (psychiatry)

1979 – 1982 Dwight David Eisenhower Army

Medical Center, Augusta, Georgia
CERTIFICATION
1979 National Board of Med Examiners: #198248
1984 Diplomate, American Board of

Psychiatry and Neurology: #26116


1989 Certification in Addiction Medicine,

American Society of Addiction Medicine: #004180


1993 Added Qualification in Addiction Psychiatry

American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology #275

2003 Recertified until 2013

MEDICAL LICENSURES

Maryland (active); Alabama (inactive)


MILITARY SERVICE
1974 – 1978 U.S. Army Reserves

Health Professions Scholarship Program


1978 – 1982 Captain, Resident in Psychiatry

Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center,

Ft. Gordon, Georgia
1982 - 1985 Major, Chief, Department of Psychiatry

34th General Hospital, Augsburg, Germany


1985 - 1986 Major, Drug and Alcohol Consultant

Headquarters, 7th Medical Command, Heidelberg, Germany


1987 Major, Army Medical Department

Officer's Advanced Course,

San Antonio, Texas
1987 - 1988 Major, Assistant Chief, Inpatient Psychiatry

Walter Reed Army Medical Center,

Washington, D.C.
1988 - 1989 Major, U.S. Army Reserves, Neuropsychiatric Consultant

to the Army Surgeon General,

Falls Church, Virginia
1989 - 1990 Major, U.S. Army Reserves, Instructor, Deployment Medicine Course,

Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland


1990 – 1991 Major (P), Operation Desert Shield/Storm

Interim Commander, 531st Psychiatric Detachment

Regimental Psychiatrist, 2nd Armored Calvary Regiment

Saudi Arabia, Iraq, & Kuwait


1991 - 1998 Lieutenant Colonel, Individual Mobilization Faculty Augmentee

Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland


1998 - 2002 Colonel (retired 7/5/02), Individual Mobilization Faculty Augmentee

Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland




ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

1987 - 1992 Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry,

Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland
1988 - 1993 Assistant Professor of Psychiatry University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
1992 - 2002 Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry,

2002-present Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland
1993 - 1999 Associate Professor of Psychiatry (full-time)

2000 - 2010 Clinical Associate Professor (part-time), Psychiatry

2010-present Clinical Professor (part-time)

University of Maryland School of Medicine


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
1982 – 1988 Active Duty, United States Army (Augsburg, Germany; Heidelberg, Germany; San Antonio, Texas; Washington DC)
1988 – 1999 Full Time Faculty, University of Maryland School of Medicine

1999-present Part Time Faculty, University of Maryland School of Medicine




1997-present Adolescent, Addiction & Sports Psychiatrist,

Maryland Centers for Psychiatry, Ellicott City, Maryland

(www.marylandpsychcenters.com)
1999 - 2004 Clinical Director, Springfield Hospital Center, Sykesville, Maryland

(400 Bed State Psychiatry Hospital-Supervised 800 clinical staff)


1999-present Sports Psychiatrist & Mental Skills Trainer,

MD Sports Performance, Ellicott City, MD (www.mdsports.net)


2004 - 2005 Director of Training, Springfield Hospital Center, Sykesville, MD
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

1981–present American Psychiatric Association


1988-present Maryland Psychiatric Society
1995-2013 American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
2001–2010 International Society of Sports Psychiatry
1988–2010 American Society of Addiction Medicine
1986 - 1994 Society of American Military Psychiatrists
1988 - 1995 American Academy of Psychiatrists in

Alcoholism and Addictions (became AAAP)


1988 - 1999 Association for Medical Education and

Research in Substance Abuse


1988 - 2002 Medical Chiurgical Faculty of Maryland
2003 – 2005 Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology
HONORS, AWARDS

1978 Meyer Award in Neurosurgery

University of South Alabama College of Medicine
1981 Chief Resident, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry
1982 Visiting Senior Resident Award (Columbia Presbyterian Hospital)

Eisenhower Army Medical Center

1984 Armed Forces Reserve Medal
1985 Overseas Service Medal

Meritorious Service Medal


1986 Meritorious Service Medal (1st OLC)
1988 Army Commendation Medal
1991 National Defense Service Medal

Army Commendation Medal (1st OLC)

Kuwait Liberation Medal

Combat Medical Badge


1992 Wendell Muncie Award

Maryland Psychiatric Society


1994 Military Psychiatry Teaching Award

Uniformed Services University Bethesda, Maryland


1994 Fellowship, American Psychiatric Association
1995 Baltimore Magazine's Top Doc in Addiction

The Best Doctors in America: SE Region

1995 Walter Weintraub Teacher of the Year Award

University of Maryland Psychiatry Residency Program


1997 Baltimore Magazine’s Top Doc in Addiction
1998 Best Doctors in America: SE Region
2000 Patricia McIntyre Outstanding Physician Award,

National Council on Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency-MD Chapter


2002 Baltimore Magazine’s Top Doc (Psychiatry)

Med Chi Distinguished Service Award (Chair of Addictions)




  1. Distinguished Fellow, American Psychiatric Association

2009 Best Doctors in America-National


2011 Virginia Huffer Post-Graduate Teaching Award

University of Maryland, Baltimore, Department of Psychiatry


2013 Best Doctors in Maryland, Baltimore Business Journal
INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE
1988 - 1996 Director, Division of Alcohol & Drug Abuse, Dept of Psychiatry

University of Maryland School of Medicine
1988 - 1993 Director, Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

University of Maryland Medical Center


1988 - 1989 Member, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Coordinating Committee

University of Maryland at Baltimore


1988 - 1989 Chairman, Chronic Pain Task Force

Chairman, Substance Abuse Task Force

Member, AIDS Steering & Professional Assistance Committees

University of Maryland Medical Center

1988 - 1989 University of Maryland School of Medicine Council

1989 - 1998 Director, Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship

University of Maryland School of Medicine
1989 - 1994 Director, Interprofessional Drug & Alcohol Program

University of Maryland, Baltimore


1989 -1994 Chairman, Interprofessional Drug and Alcohol Advisory Board (IDAAB)

University of Maryland at Baltimore,

1989 - 1991 Chairman, Substance Abuse Steering Committee

University of Maryland Medical Center


1990 Member, Drug-free Campus Committee

University of Maryland at Baltimore


1992 - 1994 Member, Primary Care Strategy Group

Member, Strategic Outreach Task Force

University of Maryland School of Medicine
1992 - 1995 Member, Residency, Promotion, Planning, & Lead Agency Committees

Dept of Psychiatry, School of Medicine


1993 - 1996 Director, Adult Psychiatric Services

University of Maryland Medical Center
1993 - 1995 University of Maryland School of Medicine Council

1994 - 1996 Member, Ambulatory Care Curriculum Committee

University of Maryland School of Medicine
1994 - 1997 Member, Managed Care Coordinating Committee

Member, West Baltimore Primary Care Network Development Project Team Member, Medical Assistance High Cost Utilizer Work Group

University of Maryland Medical Center
1995 - 1996 Chairman-Behavioral Health Advisory Committee;

Member-Grad Ed, PA, Executive, Space, Services Integration Committees

Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine
1995 - 1999 Director, Addiction Medicine Fellowship

University of Maryland School of Medicine
1996 - 1998 Director, Delivery System Development & Division of Managed Behavioral Health,

Dept of Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine
1996 - 1998 Chairman-Delivery System Development Coordinating Committee

Chairman, Primary Care Psychiatry Committee

Member, Steering & Space Committees

Member, UniversityCare Network Credentialing Committee

Dept of Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine
1996 - 1999 Member, Executive & Behavioral Health Advisory Committee

Dept of Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine


1997-present Medical Director, Sports Psychiatry & Team Assistance Programs,

University of Maryland School of Medicine
1997 - 1999 Co-Director, Managed Care Psychiatry Fellowship Program,

University of Maryland School of Medicine & Green Spring Health Service


1998 - 1999 Associate Director Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship

University of Maryland School of Medicine


1998 - 1999 Director, New Clinical Services Initiatives

University of Maryland School of Medicine


1998 -1999 Member, Education Directorate Executive & GME Committees

Dept of Psychiatry, School of Medicine


2002 – 2005 Director, Addiction & Community Psychiatry Fellowship Program

University of Maryland-Springfield Hospital Center
LOCAL AND NATIONAL SERVICE

National Service

1985 - 1987 Principal Substance Abuse Advisor to the Medical Commander,

US Army Europe, Heidelberg, Germany
1985 - 1987 Army Psychiatric Contingency Team Leader: Participated in 5 missions including the Achille Lauro & Pan Am 73 Hijackings, Release of Father Lawrence Jenco, Chernobyl Disaster & the 101st Airborne Airline Crash
1988 - 1989 Addiction Medicine Consultant, Visiting Faculty Program in Psychiatry, Mead Johnson Pharmaceuticals
1989 - 2002 Oral Board Examiner, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
1990 Review Course Faculty, American Society of Addiction Medicine
1991 - 1992 Member, Committee on Family & Generational Issues

1998 - 1999 American Society of Addiction Medicine

1993 Member, Program Planning Committee Psychiatry & Substance Abuse Annual Conference, Boston, MA, Amer Hospital Association
1993 Consultant, Dual Diagnosis Training Film

National Institute on Drug Abuse

1994 - 1996 Member, Committee on Veterans Affairs, Council on Psychiatric Services, American Psychiatric Association

1995 - 2003 Site Reviewer for Addiction Psychiatry Residency Accreditation

Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
1995 - 1997 Speaker Bureau, DuPont Pharma
1996 - 2000 Member, Training & Education Committee, Council on Addiction Psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association
1996-present Team Psychiatrist & Mental Skills Trainer, MLB Baltimore Orioles and NFL Baltimore Ravens
1997 - 1999 Smoking Cessation Advisory Panel, Glaxo Wellcome
2003 – 2004 State Co-occurring Disorders Action Plan Reviewer

National Mental Health Association



Editorial Tasks

1990 - 2009 Reviewer, Psychiatric Services (Formerly Hospital & Community Psychiatry)


1988 - 2000 Reviewer, The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
1989 - 2003 Reviewer, The Journal of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis
1990 - 2000 Editorial Board, The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
1994 - 1999 Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

Treatment Improvement Protocol Reviewer


1996 - 2003 Reviewer, Substance Abuse
1997 - 2002 Reviewer, Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease
1998 - 2003 Reviewer, American Psychiatric Press, Inc.
2014 – present Reviewer, International Journal of Sports Medicine
Conferences Organized and Directed (national and local)

1985 7th MEDCOM Annual Drug & Alcohol Conf

Mannheim, Germany (100 attendees/3.5 days)
1986 Alcohol & Drug Clinical Consultant's Conference

Deidesheim,Germany (40 attendees/4.5days)


1986 Worldwide Army RTF Conference, Frankfurt, Germany (30 attendees/3 days)

1986 7th MEDCOM Annual Drug & Alcohol Conference

Mannheim, Germany (100 attendees/3 days)
1986 7th MEDCOM Disaster/Terrorism Training Conference

Mannheim, Germany (30 attendees/1.5 days)

1989 7th MEDCOM Annual Drug & Alcohol Conference

Heidelberg, Germany (100 attendees/3.5 days)


1990 7th MEDCOM Annual Drug & Alcohol Conf

Bad Kissingen, Germany (140 attendees/4.5 days)


1992 7th MEDCOM Annual Drug & Alcohol Conference

Willingen, Germany(60 attendees/3 days)


1996 Tuerk Conference on Addiction

University of Maryland School of Med, Baltimore, MD (620 attendees/1 day)


1998 Med Chi of Maryland Addiction Conference-Substance Abuse: Intervention or Incarceration. Baltimore (150 attendees/1 day)
1999 Med Chi of Maryland Addiction Conference

Substance Abuse & Community Violence, Baltimore (150 attendees/1 day)


1999 Allegany College Co-Occurring Sub Abuse & Mental Illness

Cumberland, Maryland (200 attendees/1 day)


2000 Med Chi of Maryland Addiction Conference, Substance Abuse Treatment Effectiveness Towson, Maryland (450 attendees/1 day)
2013 Sports Psychiatry Conference, Chung Ang University School of Medicine

Seoul South Korea, (60 attendees/half day) with Doug Han, M.D.



Local Service

1989 - 1990 Governor's Dangerous Substance Advisory Council, State of Maryland


1993 - 1995 Advisory Board Member, Maryland State Addiction Training Center
1993 - 1995 Member, Addictions Committee, Maryland Psychiatry Society
1993 - 1999 Member, Committee on Addictions

1999 - 2002 Chairman, Committee on Addictions, Med Chi Faculty of Maryland


1997 – 1999 Chairperson, Maryland State Task Force on Substance Abuse & Mental Illness
1988 – 1989 Advisory Board, Valley/Bridge Half Way Houses, Baltimore, Maryland
1990 - 1994 Chairman, Substance Abuse Clinical Services Coordinating Committee

Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs


2000 -2001 Member, State of Maryland Medicaid Drug Abuse Task Force

TEACHING SERVICE

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Residents

1988 - 1995 Inpatient Group Psychotherapy

1988 - 1999 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Chronic Pain

(GY2 Psychiatric Residents)

1988 - 1999 Substance Abuse in Outpatient Psychiatry



1999–present Long-Term Psychotherapy Supervisor

(GY3 Psychiatric Residents)

1989 - 1997 Introduction to Addiction Medicine & Psychiatry

1998 - 1999 Clinical Case Conference/Seminar

2007–present Addiction Psychiatry Seminar

(GY1 Psychiatric Residents)

1989 - 1999 Advanced Topics in Addiction Psychiatry

Addictions & Brief Psychotherapy Electives

1999-present Long-Term Psychotherapy Supervisor

2005-present Negotiating Contracts

2009-present Motivational Interviewing

(GY4 Psychiatric Residents)

2011-present Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral (SBIRT) for Alcohol, Tobacco, Prescription Medications, and Drugs

(GY 2 & 3 Internal Medicine Residents)

Fellows

1989-present Clinical Case Conference & Supervision

Nicotine Dependence & Anxiety, Depression, & Addiction



(Addiction Psychiatry Fellows)
1997 – 1999 Clinical and Administrative Supervision

(Managed Care Psychiatry Fellows)
1998-2013 Coordinator, Sports Psychiatry Training

(Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellows)
2002 – 2005 Administrative & Clinical Supervision

(Community & Addictions Psychiatry Fellows)

Medical Students

1988 – 1996 Psych 510 (Substance Abuse)

1994 – 1996 Introduction to Clinical Practice

(Medical Students - 1st year)

1988 - 1999 Psych 520 (Substance Abuse)

1994 - 1999 Physical Diagnosis & Interviewing

(Medical Students - 2nd year)
1988 – 1999 Psych 530 (Substance Abuse)

(Medical Students - 3rd year)
Psychologists

1996 - 1998 Administrative & Clinical Supervision



(Primary Care Behavioral Health Post-Doc Psychology Fellows)
2002 – 2005 Case Conference & Academic Seminar

(Addiction & Forensic Post Doctoral Psychology Fellows)

University of Maryland Dental School

1990 - 1997 Understanding & Treating Chemical Dependency (2nd year students)



Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland

1987 - 2002 Addiction Medicine & Psychiatry

Operation Bushmaster-Combat Psychiatry Field Training

(3rd Year Medical Students)
CURRENT GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

1996-present (CO-PI; 25%)

Baltimore Orioles Limited Partnership Employee Assistance

Total Direct Costs FY 2014 $151,000

2009-2015 (Trainer & Curriculum Committee Member; 10%)

Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration

SBIRT in Medical Residency Programs 9/30/09-9/29/14

Total Direct Costs-$1,869,120 (FY12-$373,824)


COMPLETED GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

Research

1988-1989 (PI, 5%)

Benzodiazepine Abuse Prevalence in Methadone Treatment.

UMAB Research Funds Total Direct Costs: $6,000

1989-1990 (PI, 2.5%)

Brief Psychotherapy with Substance Abusers in Early Recovery

UMAB Research Funds Total Direct Costs: $3,000

(CO-PI, 0%)

The Prevalence of Substance Use Disorders Among Trauma Patients. MIEMSS Research Funds Total direct Costs: $4,000

1993-1996 (Investigator; 3%)

Alcohol Abuse/Dependence in Trauma Patients.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism. R01 AA09050-01A2 $626,180 total direct costs

1990 – 1992 (CO-I; 2%)

Implications of Substance Abuse in Psychiatric Patients (supplement).

National Institute on Drug Abuse R01DA05114

$205,578 direct costs

1999 -2003 (CO-I; 5%)

Alcohol Abuse/Dependence in Trauma Patients.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism. R01 AA09050-0482

$1,931,340 total direct costs.


Teaching/Service Grants & Contracts

1992-1994 (CO-PI; 10%)

UMAB Interprofessional Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prev Project.

Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education. US Dept of Education. Washington D.C. Total Direct Costs$119,002

1993 -1999 (CO-PI; 10%)

University of Maryland Medical System Contract for Employee Assistance & Behavioral Health Care Total Direct Costs FY 99 $415,000

1996 -1997 (PI; 5%)

Merit Behavioral Care Corporation Physician Services Contract

$74,400 Total Direct Costs

1996 – 1998 (PI; 10%)

Pathways Treatment Center Addiction Medicine Contract

Total Direct Costs $192,000

1998 – 2000 (CO-PI; 10%)

Lilly Pharmaceuticals, Managed Care Psychiatry Fellowship Program

Total Direct Costs FY 00 $60,000

2003 – 2005 (Consultant & Expert Interview; 0%)

Neuroscience TV to Steer Teens from Substance Abuse (Feature Film)

DHHS Protocol/Project Number: 2 R44 DA012300-02 A1 Lee Boot (PI) $633,638 direct costs

2005 –2011 Junction Adolescent/Young Adult Substance Treatment Program: Addiction Psychiatric Consultant. Westminister, MD (FY 2011-$40,000)

2008-2009 (PI; 10%)

Baltimore Substance Abuse Service Consulting Medical Director

Total Direct Costs FY 2010 $40,000

2013-present (PI, 5%) Howard County Health Dept, Addiction Services Consultant

Total Direct Costs FY 2013 $6,375

1996-2013 (PI; 30%)

Baltimore Ravens Limited Partnership Sports Psychiatry/Mental Skills

Total Direct Costs FY2012 $70,000

2013-2014 Howard County Health Department

Addiction Psychiatry Consultant

Total Amount-$90,000


PUBLICATIONS

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

1. Landry M.J., Smith D.E., McDuff D.R., and Baughman O.L. (1991) Anxiety and Substance Use Disorders: A Primer for Primary Care Physicians, The Journal of The American Board of Family Practice, 4:47-53.

2. Landry, M.J., Smith, D.E., McDuff D.R. and Baughman O.L. (1991) Anxiety and Substance Use Disorders: The Treatment of High Risk Patients, The Journal of The American Board of Family Practice 4:447-456.

3. Landry M.J, Smith D.E., McDuff D.R., and Baughman O.L. (1992)

Benzodiazepine Dependence and Withdrawal: Identification and Medical Management, The Journal of The American Board of Family Practice 5:167-176.

4. McDuff DR & Solounias BL. (1992) The Use of Brief Psychotherapy with Substance Abusers in Early Recovery, The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice & Research 1:1-8.

5. McDuff DR. (1992) Social Issues in the Management of Released Hostages, Hospital and Community Psychiatry 43:825-828.

6. Soderstrom CA, Dischinger PC, Smith G, McDuff DR, Hebel JR, & Gorelick DA. (1992) Psychoactive Substance Dependence Among Trauma Center Patients, The Journal of the American Medical Association 267:2756-2759.

7. McDuff DR & Johnson JL. (1992) Classification and Characteristics of Army Stress Casualities During Operation Desert Storm. Hosp & Community Psychiatry 43:812-815.

8. McDuff DR, Schwartz RP, Tommasello A, Tiegel S, Donovan T & Johnson JL. (1993) Outpatient Benzodiazepine Detoxification Procedure for Methadone Patients. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 10:297-302.

9. McDuff DR, Solounias BL, RachBeisel J & Johnson JL. (1994) Psychiatric Consultation with Substance Abusers in Early Recovery. Amer Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse 20(3):287-299

10. Schwartz R, Johnson J, McDuff DR, Bell L. (1995) Evaluation of Addictions Training for Psychiatric Residents. Substance Abuse 16:1-8.

11. Schwartz RP, White RK, McDuff DR, Johnson JL. (1995) Four Years Experience of a Hospital's Impaired Physician Committee. Journal of Addictive Diseases 14(2):13-21.

12. White RK, McDuff DR, Schwartz RP, Tiegel S, Judge C. (1996) New Developments in Employee Assistance Programs. Psychiatric Services 47:387-391.

13. McDuff DR, Solounias BL, Beuger M, Cohen A, Klecz M, & Weintraub E. (1997) A Substance Abuse Consultation Service: Enhancing the Care of Hospitalized Substance Abusers and Providing Training in Addiction Psychiatry. The American Journal on Addictions. 6:256-265.

14. Soderstrom CA, Smith GS, Dischinger PC, McDuff DR, Hebel JR, Gorelick DA, Kearns TJ, Ho SM, & Read KM. (1997) Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders Among Seriously Injured Trauma Center Patients Diagnosed Using a Standardized Interview, The Journal of the American Medical Association. 277:1769-1774.

15. Soderstrom CA, Dischinger PC, Smith GS, Hebel JR, McDuff DR, Gorelick DA, Kerns TJ, Ho SM, Read KM. (1997) Alcoholism At The Time of Injury Among Trauma Center Patients: Vehicular Crash Victims Compared With Other Patients, Accident Analysis & Prevention. 29:715-721

16. Soderstrom CA, Smith GS, Kufera JA, Dischinger PC, Hebel JR, McDuff DR, Gorelick DA, Ho SM, Kerns YJ & Read K. (1997) The Accuracy of CAGE, B-MAST, and AUDIT Questionaires in Screening Trauma Center Patients for Alcoholism, The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection & Critical Care. 43:962-969.

17. McDuff DR, Beuger M. (1997) Psychotherapy of Substance Abuse. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 10:243-246.

18. Soderstrom CA, Dischinger PC, Kerns TJ Kufera JA, McDuff DR, Gorelick DA & Smith GS. (1998) Screening Trauma Patients for Alcoholism According to NIAAA Guidelines With Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Questions, Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research 22:1470-1475.

19. DiPaula B, Tommasello A, Solounias B, & McDuff DR. (1998) An Evaluation of IV Ethanol in Hospitalized Patients, The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 15:437-442.
20. Aszalos R, McDuff DR, Weintraub E, Montoya I, Schwartz R. (1999) Engaging Medically Ill Heroin Dependent Patients In Substance Abuse Treatment, The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 17:149-158.

21. McDuff DR, Gandhi D, Weintraub E. (2000) A Substance Abuse Consultation Service & A Busy Trauma Center, Trauma Quarterly 14:429-443.

22. Martins S, Copersino M, Soderstrom C, Smith G, Dischinger P, McDuff D, Hebel J, Kerns T, Ho S, Read K, Gorelick D (2007) Risk of Psychoactive Substance Dependence Among Substance Users in a Trauma Inpatient Population. Jour of Addictive Diseases, 26(1):71-77.

23. Soderstrom CA, Auman K, Dischinger P, DiClemente C, Hebel JR, McDuff DR, Kufera JA. (2007) A Controlled Trial of Brief Intervention vs Brief Advice for At-Risk Drinking Trauma Center Patients. Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care 62(5):1102-1112.

24. Martins S, Copersino M, Soderstrom CA, Smith G, Dischinger PC, McDuff DR, Hebel J, Kerns T, Ho S, Read K, Gorelick DA. (2007) Sociodemographic Characteristics Associated with Substance Use Status in a Trauma Inpatient Population. Journal of Addictive Diseases. 26(2):53-62.

25. McDuff D, Cohen M, Blais L, Stevenson W, McWilliams E (2008) Trauma Recovery Services For Psychiatric Inpatients. Journal of Psychological Trauma 7(1):1-15.

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