Explore selected reports, posters,publications, and presentations from the Behavioral Health Resources and Technical Assistance (BHRT) Program.

Sealfon, N., Barnes, P., Michel Dukes, V., Taylor, M., Shaya, F (2022). Maryland Overdose Data to Action (OD2A): Academic Detailing Evaluation (Poster Presented at APHA November 2022). Baltimore, MD: Behavioral Health Resources and Technical Assistance Program, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.

Sealfon, N., Michel Dukes, V., Taylor, M., Barnes, P., Shaya, F (2022). Maryland Overdose Data to Action (OD2A): ROR Master Presenters Interviews (Poster Presented at APHA November 2022). Baltimore, MD: Behavioral Health Resources and Technical Assistance Program, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.

Batt, M., Wolf, V., Sealfon, N., Taylor, M., Sera, L., Shaya, F (2022). Needs Assessment of Education for Cannabis Dispensary Personnel (Poster Presented at APHA November 2022). Baltimore, MD: Behavioral Health Resources and Technical Assistance Program, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.

BHRT 2021-2022 Annual Report

Shaya F, Sealfon N, Jones S, Michel V, Taylor M, Apoorva P, Wolf V. Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework (MSPF2) Final Report. Baltimore (MD): University of Maryland Baltimore; 2022. Supported by a grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (grant number SP020777) in collaboration with the MD Department of Health.

Schedule II-V Prescription Drug Dispensing Rates & Pattern among Youth

SPF Rx Key Informant Interview Report October 2018

Sealfon N, Taylor M, Robertson M, Jones S, Michel V, Ogando Y, Wolf V, Leppart, Z, Shaya F (corresponding author). Maryland Public Opinion Survey on Opioids 2019. Summary Report [Internet]. Baltimore (MD): University of Maryland, Baltimore; 2019. Supported by the Maryland Department of Health.

2018 Maryland Young Adult Survey on Alcohol Report: The Maryland Young Adult Survey on Alcohol (MYSA) surveyed over 6,500 Maryland residents between the ages of 18 and 25. It takes a closer look at the data surrounding these and other risky behaviors, broken down by the age of MYSA respondents. It also explores data around drinking frequency and polysubstance useā€”that is, using other drugs while drinking.

Utilizing Evaluation Data Findings to Support the Needs of the LHDs:LHD Data to Action Success Stories - 2022

An Investigation of Opioid Dispensing Rates and Patterns among Youth and Young Adults in Maryland - 2019

Improving PDMP Experiences and Utilization Among Pharmacists - 2019