This K23 award application for Bryan Hartzler, Ph.D., proposes Stage III model development for integrating empirically-supported behavioral interventions for substance users. It concentrates on a specific example of how disparate conceptual bases challenge effective integration: concurrent use of motivational interviewing (MI) and contingency management (CM) in opiate agonist treatment (OAT). This focus is congruent with NIDA initiatives for integrative treatment design (PA-07-111), community-based practice improvements (PA-07-113) and cross-disciplinary translational research (PA-07-109). Interdisciplinary training will occur in strong University of Washington academic environments, with mentorship via Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences faculty, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute resources, and consultation from experts in the School of Social Work, Washington State University Program of Excellence in the Addictions, University of Virginia Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences, and Evergreen Treatment Services (a CTN-affiliate OAT treatment program). Proposed mentors are Dennis Donovan and Donald Calsyn, both highly-respected clinical researchers of behavioral interventions for substance users. John Roll, Steve Lash, and David Rosengren will consult as content experts in clinical application, measurement, and training in CM and MI. Consultation in biostatistics and OAT is also proposed. Given candidate background in MI, training objectives will foster: 1) exposure to OAT policies and practices, 2) appreciation for CM principles and applications, 3) knowledge of psychometric issues in scale design/measurement, and 4) understanding the manualization of behavioral interventions. Relevant professional activities will inform developmental research, to include a set of three studies to: a) explore organizational climate/characteristics and staff background in community OAT programs, b) design and test a CM fidelity instrument, and c) evaluate impact of a CM training workshop. Attainment of training objectives, conduct of developmental research, and an iterative series of panel meetings with mentoring/consultation team will aid design of an integrative model for MI/CM training and implementation to be tested by an independent funding mechanism.

Public Health Relevance

The proposed research is relevant to public health insofar as it ultimately seeks to foster more effective provision of therapeutic services to substance-using treatment-seekers in our communities.

Agency
National Institute of Health (NIH)
Institute
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Type
Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (K23)
Project #
5K23DA025678-04
Application #
8445365
Study Section
Special Emphasis Panel (ZDA1-GXM-A (11))
Program Officer
Aklin, Will
Project Start
2010-04-15
Project End
2015-03-31
Budget Start
2013-04-01
Budget End
2014-03-31
Support Year
4
Fiscal Year
2013
Total Cost
$179,226
Indirect Cost
$12,489
Name
University of Washington
Department
Psychology
Type
Schools of Medicine
DUNS #
605799469
City
Seattle
State
WA
Country
United States
Zip Code
98195
Hartzler, Bryan; Jackson, T Ron; Jones, Brinn E et al. (2014) Disseminating contingency management: impacts of staff training and implementation at an opiate treatment program. J Subst Abuse Treat 46:429-38
Hartzler, Bryan; Beadnell, Blair; Calsyn, Donald A (2014) Use of sexual risk assessment and feedback at intake to promote counselor awareness of subsequent client risk behavior during early treatment. Subst Use Misuse 49:1270-7
Hartzler, Bryan; Rabun, Carl (2014) Training addiction professionals in empirically supported treatments: perspectives from the treatment community. Subst Abus 35:30-6
Hartzler, Bryan; Rabun, Carl (2013) Community opioid treatment perspectives on contingency management: perceived feasibility, effectiveness, and transportability of social and financial incentives. J Subst Abuse Treat 45:242-8
Hatch-Maillette, Mary; Burlew, A Kathleen; Turnbull, Sharriann et al. (2013) Measuring fidelity to a culturally adapted HIV prevention intervention for men in substance abuse treatment. J Subst Abuse Treat 45:363-9
Hartzler, Bryan; Lash, Steve J; Roll, John M (2012) Contingency management in substance abuse treatment: a structured review of the evidence for its transportability. Drug Alcohol Depend 122:1-10
Witkiewitz, Katie; Donovan, Dennis M; Hartzler, Bryan (2012) Drink refusal training as part of a combined behavioral intervention: effectiveness and mechanisms of change. J Consult Clin Psychol 80:440-9
Hartzler, Bryan; Donovan, Dennis M; Tillotson, Carrie J et al. (2012) A multilevel approach to predicting community addiction treatment attitudes about contingency management. J Subst Abuse Treat 42:213-21
Hartzler, Bryan; Donovan, Dennis M; Huang, Zhen (2011) Rates and influences of alcohol use disorder comorbidity among primary stimulant misusing treatment-seekers: meta-analytic findings across eight NIDA CTN trials. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse 37:460-71