The influence of programme differences on crime reduction in opioid maintenance treatment. An analysis of regional patterns in Norway
Variations in treatment organisation, practices and outcomes within the Norwegian Opioid Maintenance Treatment Programme
Prescription of antidepressants to patients on opioid maintenance therapy – a pharmacoepidemiological study
Substance abuse in patients admitted voluntarily and involuntarily to acute psychiatric wards: a national cross-sectional study
Engagement with opioid maintenance treatment and reductions in crime: a longitudinal national cohort study
Substance use during and after pregnancy among a national cohort of pregnant women in opioid maintenance treatment and their partners
Risks and realities: Dyadic interaction between 6-month-old infants and their mothers in opioid maintenance treatment
Addiction research centres and the nurturing of creativity The Norwegian Centre for Addiction Research (SERAF)
Oral fluid is a viable alternative for monitoring drug abuse: detection of drugs in oral fluid by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry and comparison to the results from urine samples from patients treated with Methadone or Buprenorphine.
To what extent does a cohort of new users of weak opioids develop persistent or probable problematic opioid use?
A cross-sectional study of patients with and without substance use disorders in Community Mental Health Centres
Criminal convictions among dependent heroin users during a 3-year period prior to opioid maintenance treatment: A longitudinal national cohort study
Changes in somatic disease incidents during opioid maintenance treatment: results from a Norwegian cohort study
Involuntary hospitalization of first-episode psychosis with substance abuse during a 2-year follow-up
Mortality is reduced while on opiate maintenance treatment, but there is a temporary increase in mortality immediately after starting and stopping treatment, a finding that may vary by setting
Prescription of analgesics to patients in opioid maintenance therapy: a pharmacoepidemiological study.