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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Meridith H Thanner

Bureau of Governmental Research, University of Maryland College Park, 4511 Knox Road, Suite 301, College Park, MD 20740, USA


Meridith H Thanner works at University of Maryland College Park. The articles publihsed by Meridith are  "Responsivity: The value of providing intensive services to high-risk offenders","Document Title: Evaluating the Implementation & Impact of a Seamless System of Care for Substance Abusing Offenders: The HIDTA Model","Criminal Background Checks and Hiring Practices A Suggested List of References" and many more.

Pain Assessment and Treatment Guidelines across Addiction Status

Chronic pain is one of the most widespread and costly complaints facing healthcare today. In developing appropriate care plans for managing chronic pain it is critical to adequately assess risk factors that may alter the course of care. Notably, addiction operates along many of the same pathways as pain and can serve as a moderating factor in carin... Read More»

Lacy A. Fabian, Meridith H Thanner and Katherine Kim

Review Article: J Addict Res Ther 2014, 5: 182

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.1000182

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