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1 CURRICULUM VITAE DAVID CARLETON LEWIS OFFICES: Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies Box G-BH Providence, RI Phone: (401) FAX: (401) EDUCATION: 1957 A.B. Magna Cum Laude Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island M.D. Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: Edward John Noble Fellow, Harvard Medical School Medical Intern and Assistant Resident, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA Senior Resident in Medicine, University Hospitals of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio Senior Resident in Medicine, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas Fellow in Internal Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas Chief Resident in Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School Medical Foundation Fellow, Beth Israel Hospital Associate in Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Hospital Director, Emergency Unit and Medical Outpatient Department, Beth Israel Hospital Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Assistant Physician, Department of Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital Senior Fellow, Laboratory of Community Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Sloan Foundation Fellow, Beth Israel Hospital and Harvard Medical School Director, Community Drug and Alcoholism Project, United Community Services, Boston, MA Medical Director, Washingtonian Center for Addictions, Boston, MA Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Associate Professor of Medicine, Brown University, Providence, RI Director, Brown University Program in Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Division of Biology and Medicine Medical Staff, Department of Medicine, Roger Williams General Hospital, Providence, RI Lecturer on Medicine, Harvard Medical School Consultant Staff, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Providence, RI Director, Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Roger Williams General Hospital Consultant Staff, Women & Infants Hospital, Providence, RI Consultant Staff, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI Consultant Staff, Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI Coordinator of Addiction Services, Veterans Administration Medical Center Associate Professor of Medicine and Donald G. Millar Distinguished Scholar in Alcoholism Studies, Brown University Associate Professor of Medicine and Community Health and Donald G. Millar Distinguished Scholar, Brown University Chairman, Department of Community Health, Brown University Board of Consultation in Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston 1

2 PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS (continued): Consultant Staff, Roger Williams General Hospital, Providence, RI Professor of Medicine and Community Health and Donald G. Millar Distinguished Professor of Alcohol and Addiction Studies, Brown University Director, Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies Scholar - in -Residence, National Academy of Arts and Sciences-Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC. (continuing part time in ) Fellow, Open Society Institute, New York City Project Director, Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy, Brown University Professor of Community Health and Medicine and Donald G. Millar Distinguished Professor of Alcohol and Addiction Studies, Brown University PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Medical Director, Beacon Hill Free Clinic, Boston, Massachusetts Chairman, Advisory Council to the National Drug Abuse Training Center, Washington, DC Consultant for Pharma-codependence to the FEDEX Foundation and the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Caracas, Venezuela Trustee, North Conway Institute, Boston, Massachusetts Consultant to the National Task Force on Substance Abuse, American Public Health Association, Washington, DC Mayor's Task Force on Drug Abuse, Treatment and Prevention, National League of Cities, U.S. Conference of Mayors, Washington, DC Chairman, Mayor's Coordinating Council on Drug Abuse for the City of Boston Deputy Chairman, Security and Privacy Council (Governor's Commission on Privacy and Personal Data), Commonwealth of Massachusetts Medical Director, Kenmore Square Alcohol Detoxification Center, Boston, Massachusetts President, Brown University Medical Alumni Association Consultant to the Department of Mental Hygiene for the Development of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Programs, Bogota, Columbia Chairman, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Roger Williams General Hospital Member of the Working Conference on Drug Abuse Prevention, White House, Office of Drug Abuse Prevention, Washington, DC Drug Abuse Research Review Committee (IRG), National Institute on Drug Abuse, Rockville, Maryland Board of Directors, The Medical Foundation, Boston, Massachusetts Chairperson, National Association for City Drug and Alcohol Coordination, Washington, DC Board of Directors, National Association for Drug Abuse Prevention (NADAP), New York Consultant to the Bangkok Municipal Health Department, Bangkok, Thailand Vice Chairman, Committee on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Rhode Island Medical Society Consultant to the Director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Consultant to the Division of Substance Abuse, Department of Mental Health, Retardation and Hospitals, Rhode Island Member, Governor's Permanent Council on Drug Abuse (Rhode Island) Member, Committee on Clinical Pharmacology, American College of Physicians, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Consultant to Joseph A. Califano, Jr. for New York State Heroin and Alcohol Abuse Study Principal Consultant for the preparation of the Fourth Special Report to the U. S. Congress on Alcohol and Health from the Secretary of Health and Human Services Chairman, Committee on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Rhode Island Medical Society Member, National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC Liaison Member to the National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D. C. 2

3 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (continued): Editorial Board, Massachusetts Journal of Community Health Brown University, Chair, Committee defining role of Chairpersons in the Medical School Editorial Board, Alcohol Health and Research World Member, National Advisory Committee, National Association for City Drug and Alcohol Coordination, Washington, DC Reviewer, New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, APHA Journal, J. Studies on Alcohol, Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research Executive Committee, Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse Contributor, AMA Drug Evaluations, Fifth Edition ADAMHA-NIAAA National Prevention Policy Task Force President, Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA) Member, Awards Advisory Committee, Metropolitan Life Foundation, New York City Brown University, Grievance Committee (Medical School) Member, NIAAA/NIDA National Task Force on Nomenclature (to revise the DSM-III-R and ICD-9) Member, Board of Directors, Edgehill Newport Foundation, Newport, Rhode Island Liaison Representative from AMERSA to the NIAAA National Advisory Council Consultant to the Director, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Rockville, Maryland Executive Editor, Substance Abuse (publication of the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse) Director, Northeast Regional American Assembly at Brown University Chairman, Inter organizational Steering Committee, NIAAA/NIDA Primary Care Projects in Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Consultant for national projects on Hunger in America, American Can Foundation, Greenwich, CT Member, Advisory Committee to Revise DSM-III, American Psychiatric Association Member, NIDA/NIAAA Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Diagnosis and Classification of Substance Abuse Disorders Member, National Chemical Dependency Advisory Committee, American Medical Student Association Member, Task Force on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Society for Research and Education in Primary Care Internal Medicine (SREPCIM) Board of Directors, Talbot House, Providence, Rhode Island Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Children of Alcoholics Foundation, New York Director, National Office of Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA) Editor, Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application (DATA) Temporary Advisor and U.S. Representative, World Health Organization, Alcohol/Drug Medical Education Programs in Latin America and Europe Member, Steering Committee, and Chair of the Treatment Outcome Task Force, Study of the Treatment of Alcohol Problems, National Academy of Sciences-Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC Editorial Board, Advances in Alcohol and Substance Abuse, New York Member, Carnegie Substance Abuse Advisory Committee, Carnegie Corporation, New York Chair, Public Health Service Physician Consortium on Substance Abuse Education, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Rockville, Maryland Advisory Board, Australian Drug and Alcohol Review, New South Wales, Australia Contributor, AMA Drug Evaluations Editorial Board, American Journal on Addictions Editorial Board, Journal of Addictive Diseases 3

4 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (continued): Award Jury, JM Foundation prize for Excellence in Drug Dependence Treatment Editorial Board, Journal of Substance abuse Coordinating Committee, American Medical Association Education Program in Physician Health, Physician Health Foundation, Chicago Ill Advisory Committee on Cocaine, World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva Switzerland Advisory Group on Alcohol and Alcohol Abuse in the Military, Armed Forces Epidemiology Board, Department of Defense, Falls Church, VA Chair, Macy Conference on "Training About Alcohol and Substance Abuse For All Primary Care Physicians," Phoenix Arizona Advisory Committee on Drug Substitution, World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva Member of the Advisory Panel on Clinical Toxicology/Substance Abuse for U.S. Pharmacopoeia (U.S.P.) Washington, DC Drug Strategies National Policy Report Card Advisory Panel, Washington, DC Member, Council of Medical Societies, American College of Physicians, American Society of Internal Medicine (ACP-ASIM), Philadelphia, PA Member. Board of Directors, Drug Policy Alliance, New York Board of Directors, American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), Washington, DC Member, Board of Directors, National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, (NCADD), New York Editorial Board, Journal of Maintenance in the Addictions Steering Committee and Chair of Work Group on Education and Training of the Task Force on Addiction Medicine in the 21st Century," American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), Washington, DC Residency Fellowship, Bellagio Center of Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio, Italy Chair, Nominating Committee, Council of Medical Societies, American College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA Brown University Committee for Named Assistant Professors National Advisory Committee to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for their project - Join Together Fighting Back Prevention Program, Princeton, NJ Head, WHO Collaborating Center at Brown University for health professional training and treatment/prevention outcome research Project Director, Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy, Brown University Member, Board of Directors, American Academy on Physician and Patient (AAPP) 2001 Editorial Advisory Board, Addiction Professional Magazine Awards Board for Drug Policy Reform, Tides Foundation, San Francisco 2003 National Advisory Board and Awards Committee, Institute for Research on Pathological Gambling and Related Disorders, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 2003 Brown University Department Committee for Faculty Criteria Community Health Secretary, Board of Directors, American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), Washington, D.C Chair, Board of Directors, National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), New York Jury Committee Nancy Dickerson Whitehead Award, New York Board of Directors, Physicians and Lawyers for National Drug Policy: A Public Health Partnership Honorary Degrees Committee Subcommittee on Alcohol and Other Drugs, Office of Campus Life, Brown University CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE: Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine, April 18, 1968 (Certificate #27118) Rhode Island Board of Examiners in Medicine, October 29, 1975 (Certificate #4939) 4

5 MEMBERSHIPS and BIOGRAPHICAL LISTINGS: Sigma Xi Phi Beta Kappa American Bar Association Standing Committee on Substance Abuse Advisory Committee American Federation for Clinical Research American Medical Association American Public Health Association Pan American Medical Association American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse New York Academy of Sciences Research Society on Alcoholism Rhode Island Medical Society Society of General Internal Medicine International Who's Who in Medicine International Directory of Distinguished Leadership Who's Who in America Who s Who in American Education Who's Who in The East Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare AWARDS AND HONORS 1986 John P. McGovern Award for Outstanding contributions to Medical Education, Association for Medical Education & Research in Substance Abuse (AMERSA) 1991 Presidents Award for Outstanding Contributions to Addiction Training and Treatment, Council on Alcoholism & Other Drug Dependence 1996 Norman E. Zinberg Memorial Lecture Award, from Cambridge Hospital/Harvard Medical School 1997 W.W. Keen Medical Alumni Service Award for The physician leader and educator whose contributions represent the best of both clinical and academic medicine from Brown Medical School Alumni Association 1997 American Medical Association/AMA Education and Research Foundation Award In recognition of outstanding contributions and leadership in championing the inclusion of alcohol and other drug problems into the mainstream of medical practice and medical education Distinguished Contributions in the Addictions, Division on Addictions. Harvard Medical School 2004 John P. McGovern, M.D. Award and Lecture for recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of addiction medicine from the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) 5

6 PUBLICATIONS Peer Reviewed Articles: Zinberg, N.E. & Lewis, D.C. (1964). Narcotics Usage: A spectrum of a difficult medical problem. New England Journal of Medicine, 270, Lewis, D.C. & Zinberg, N.E. (1964). Narcotics usage: Historical perspective on a difficult medical problem. New England Journal of Medicine, 270, Lewis, D.C. (1965). Systemic lupus and polyneuropathy. Archives of Internal Medicine, 116, Norton, W.L., Lewis, D. C. & Ziff, M. (1965). The effect of progressive immunization on polyribosomal size in lymphoid cells. Proc. National Academy of Science, 54, Lewis, D.C. and Ziff, M.(1966). Intra-articular administration of gold salts. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 9, Norton, WL, Lewis, D.C., and Ziff, M. (1966). Light and electron microscopic observations on the synovitis of Reiter's disease. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 9, Zinberg, N.E. & Lewis, D.C. (1967). Narcotic usage: The doctor-patient relationship. United Nations Bulletin of Narcotic Drugs, 19, Norton, W.L., Hurd, E. R., Lewis, D.C. & Ziff, M. (1968). Evidence of microvascular injury in scleroderma and systemic lupus erthematosis: A quantitative study of the microvascular bed. J. Lab. Clin. Med, 71, Norton, W. L. & Lewis, D.C. (1968). Electron-dense deposits following injection of gold sodium thiomalate and thiomalic acid. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 11, Lewis, D.C. (1971). The impact of the adult drug use model on youth. Journal of Drug Issues, 10, Martin, G.A., Lewis, D.C., Guarino, J. & Fishman, E. (1972). Drug abuse and the court: The relationship between probation and medical treatment. Crime and Delinquency, 18, Baum, J., Hurd., E., Lewis, D.C., Ferguson, J.L. & Ziff, M. (1973). Treatment of psoriatic arthritis with 6- mercaptopurine. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 16, Lewis, D.C. (1975). The clinical usefulness of narcotic antagonists--preliminary findings on the use of naltrexone. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 2, Lewis, D.C. (1975). Health and privacy--the confidentiality of drug treatment records. Contemporary Drug Problems, 4, Lewis, D.C. (1976). Privacy rights and record confidentiality in drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs. Journal of Psych. Drug, 8, Lewis, D.C., Mayer, J., Hersh, R., Black, R. (1978). Narcotic antagonist treatment: Clinical experiences with naltrexone. International Journal of Addictions 13, Tecci, J., Cole, J.O., Mayer, J., Lewis, D.C. (1979). Methadone effects on brain functioning and type A and B CNV shapes. Psychopharmacology 65,

7 Peer Reviewed Articles (continued): Lewis, D.C., Caine, E., Black R. (1979). Predicting the outcome of barbiturate detoxification. American Journal of Psychiatry 136(12), Tecci, J., Cole, J.O., Mayer, J., Lewis, D.C. (1979). Methadone effects on brain functioning (CNV) and attention behavior. Psychopharmacology Bulletin 15, Lewis, D.C., Gordon, A.J. (1983). Alcoholism and the general hospital: The Roger Williams intervention program. Bulletin-New York Academy of Medicine 59, Lewis, D.C. (1986). A review of substance abuse medical education. Substance Abuse 7, Lewis, D.C. (1986). Medical education in alcohol and drug abuse. Substance Abuse 7, Lewis, D.C. (1986). Doctors and drugs, New England Journal of Medicine 315, Lewis, D.C., Niven, R.G., Czechowicz, D., Trumble, J.G. (1987). A review of medical education in alcohol and other drug abuse. JAMA 257, Kyriazi, N.C., Schwartz, R.H., Lewis, D.C., Hoffman, N.G. (1988). Attitudes toward drug use vs. drug use patterns of medical students prior to medical school. Substance Abuse 9, Martin, G.A., Lewis, D.C. (1988). Drug offenses and the probation system: A 17-year follow-up of probationer status. Federal Probation 52(17), 27. Dube, C.E., Goldstein, M.G., Lewis, D.C., Cyr, M.G., Zwick, W.R. (1989). Project ADEPT: The developmental process for a competency-based alcohol and drug curriculum for primary care physicians, Substance Abuse, 10(1), Lewis, D.C. (1990). Medical education for alcohol and other drug abuse in the United States. Canadian Medical Association Journal 143(10), Kuzel, A.J., Schwartz, R.H., Luxenberg, M.G., Brown, G., Lewis, D.C., Kyriazi, N. (1991). A survey of drinking patterns during medical school. Southern Medical Journal, 84(1), Lewis, D.C. (1991). Recent advances in health professional training in substance use disorders. Australian Drug and Alcohol Review 10, Lewis, D.C. (1991). Comparison of alcoholism and other medical diseases: An internist s view. Psychiatric Annals 21(5), Sullivan, J.T., Swift, R.M., Lewis D.C. (1991). Benzodiazepine requirements during alcohol withdrawal syndrome: Clinical implications of using a standardized withdrawal scale. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 11(5), Feldman, A.L., Sullivan, J.T., Passero, M.A., Lewis, D.C. (1993). Pneumothorax in marijuana abuse: Three cases. Journal of Substance Abuse 5(2), Lewis, D.C., Klinenberg, E.M. (1994 ). Researchers and health care reform. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 18(4),

8 Peer Reviewed Articles (continued): Lewis, D.C., Kahn, R.H., Rivo, M.L. (1994). An analysis of the response to the policy report of the Physician Consortium on Substance Abuse Education. Substance Abuse, 15(2), Mueller, T. and Lewis, D.C.(1994) The short story in substance abuse education, Substance Abuse 15(1), Lewis, D.C. and Klinenberg E. (1994). Redefining U.S. drug policy. Substance Abuse 15(4), Lewis, D.C. (1996). The role of internal medicine in addiction medicine. Journal of Addictive Diseases 15(1), Lewis, D.C., Treves J.A. (1996). The drug policy debate in the virtual classroom, International Journal of Drug Policy, 7(4), Lewis, D.C., Duncan, D.F., Clifford, P.R. (1997) Analyzing drug policy. Journal of Primary Prevention, 17(4), Dellon, E.V., Lewis, D.C., Gear, C.A. (1997). Alternatives to U.S. drug policy. Journal of Primary Prevention, 17(4), Lewis, D.C. (1999). Access to narcotic addiction treatment and medical care: Prospects for the expansion of methadone maintenance treatment, Journal of Addictive Diseases, 18(2), Hoffmann, NG, Chang AH, Lewis, DC (2000) Medical Study Attitude Toward Drug Addiction Policy, Journal of Addictive Diseases, Vol. 19(3) McLellan AT, Lewis DC, O'Brien CP, Kleber HD (2000) Drug Dependence, a Chronic Medical Illness, Implications for Treatment, Insurance, and Outcomes Evaluation, JAMA, Vol 284, No Samet J, Galanter M, Bridden C, Lewis DC, (2006) Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse, Addiction, Vol 101(1), Other Articles and Book Chapters: Lewis, D.C. (1964). Should physicians have greater freedom in prescribing narcotics? Issues in Current Medical Practice, 1, 2-7. Freedman, M., Stolow, A., and Lewis, D.C. (1969). Utilizing drug experienced youth in drug education programs. Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary School Principles, 53, Lewis, D.C. (1969). Drug education. Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary School Principles, 53, Lewis, D.C. (1970). How the schools can prevent drug abuse. Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary School Principles, 54, Lewis, D.C. (1970). The drug experience: Data for decision-making-- a health education series for schools and community groups. Boston: CSCS, Inc., 1,

9 Other Articles and Book Chapters (continued): Lewis, D.C. (1970). Psychedelics LSD, marihuana mescaline and others: The drug experience: Data for decision-making. Boston: CSCS, Inc., Lewis, D.C. (1970). Community challenge--society's responsibilities in dealing with drug abuse. Boston: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1,32. Lewis D.C. (1971). The physician's contribution to the drug abuse scene. Tufts Medical Alumni Bulletin, 30, 3-6. Lewis, D.C.: (1972). Welcome to Our World--A health education unit for elementary schools. New York: McGraw Hill Co., Lewis, D.C. (1972) Drug Education. In I.G. Hendrick & R.L. Jones (Eds.). Student Dissent in the Schools New York: Houghton Mifflin Co. Dumont, M.P. & Lewis, D.C. (1972). Magic bullet syndrome. Massachusetts Mental Health Quarterly, 2, Lewis, D.C. (1972). Towards relevant drug education--a personalized approach. Resource Book for Drug Abuse Education (Second Edition) (pp ). Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Mental Health, U.S. Government Printing Office. Lewis, D.C. & Dyer, K. (1972). Factors influencing the choice of treatment resources by the addicted. United Community Services Publication, Boston, 142. Lewis, D.C. (1972). The shaping of public attitudes concerning the use of legitimate drugs. In G.I. Wadler & J. Imhof (Eds.), The Federal Challenge to the Community (pp ). New York: Hofstra University Press. Lewis, D.C. (1972). The role of social factors in drug addictions. New York Law Journal, February 17, Lewis, D.C. (1973). Drug Abuse. World Book Encyclopedia (pp ). Chicago: Field Corp. Lewis, D.C. & Kalodner, A. (1974). Health and privacy: Patient records. Governor's Commission on Privacy and Personal Data, (pp 1-88). Commonwealth of Massachusetts Printing Office. Lewis, D.C. (1975). Drug Education as Prevention. In Hershel Thornberg (Ed.), Contemporary Adolescence (pp ). New York: Brooks-Cole. Lewis, D.C. (1976). Use of narcotic antagonists (naltrexone) in an addiction treatment program. National Institute on Drug Abuse. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, (Research Monograph No. 9). DEW Publication ADM , Lewis, D. C. (1977). Addiction. Encyclopedia of Social Work, New York: National Association of Social Workers, 17, Lewis, D.C. (1977). Alcohol Health Thyself, Boston: Medical Foundation, Lewis, D.C. (1978). Privacy and health care: The confidentiality of drug treatment records. In A. Schecter & Marcel Dekker, Inc. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Drug Abuse (pp ). New York. 9

10 Other Articles and Book Chapters (continued): Lewis, D.C. (1978). The clinical effectiveness and safety of the long-acting narcotic antagonist naltrexone. In A. Schecter & Marcel Dekker, Inc. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Drug Abuse, , New York. Lewis, D.C. (1978). Narcotic antagonist (naltrexone) treatment. In J. Lowinson & Marcel Dekker, Inc. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third Conference on Drug Abuse, New York. Tecci, J., Cole, J.O., Mayer, J., Lewis, D.C. (1978). The effects of barbiturates on brain functioning. In J. Lowinson & Marcel Dekker, Inc. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Drug Abuse, New York. Mayer, J., Lewis, D.C., Zinberg, N.E. (1978). Treatment of drug addiction and alcoholism in the same facility; experiences and issues. In J. Lowinson & Marcel Dekker, Inc. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Drug Abuse, New York. Lewis, D.C. (1978). Privacy rights in drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs. In J. Lowinson, Marcel Dekker, Inc. (Eds.), New York. Lewis, D.C. (1980). Diagnosis and management of the alcoholic patient. Rhode Island Medical Journal, 63, Lewis, D.C. (1980). Drug Abuse. World Book Encyclopedia Chicago: Field Corp. Lewis, D.C., Sessler, J. (1980). Heroin treatment: Development, status, and outlook. The Facts About "Drug Abuse" New York: The Free Press, Macmillan. Lewis, D.C. (1980). Alcohol. Lifestyle and Health: The Physician's Guide to Patient Health Behavior p Boston: Medical Foundation. Femino, J.P., Lewis, D.C. (1980). Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics of the alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Medical Monograph Series (RPO-372), 51. Rockville, Maryland: National Institute Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. National Clearinghouse for Alcohol Information. Lewis, D.C., Black, R., Mayer, J., Hersch, R.G. (1981). The effectiveness of short term treatment with naltrexone. In A. Schecter (Ed.). Drug Dependence and Alcoholism: 1, New York: Plenum. Lewis, D.C., Senay, E. (1981). Treatment of the drug and alcohol abuser. Medical Education Monograph Series: II (2), 1-100). NIAAA/NIDA. Lewis, D.C., Gomolin, I.H. (1981). Emergency treatment of dug and alcohol intoxication and withdrawal. Brown University Program in Medicine, Medical Monograph: No. 2 Lewis, D.C., Femino, J.P. (1982). Management of alcohol withdrawal. In Walter Modell (Ed.), Rational Drug Therapy 16, Nov. American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. Lewis, D.C. (1983). Alcohol. In H. Weschler & J. Kitch (Eds. Lifestyle and Health: The Medical Foundation's Guide for Consumers Boston: The Medical Foundation. (Spanish language edition published in 1986). 10

11 Other Articles and Book Chapters (continued): Femino, J.P., Lewis, D.C.(1984). Alcoholism and problem drinking. In D. B. Reuben et al & John Wright (Eds.) Ambulatory Medicine: A Concise, Logical Approach Boston. Lewis, D.C., Wartman, S.A. (1984). Clinical dependency and drug intoxication. In D.B. Reuben et al & John Wright (Eds.). Ambulatory Medicine: A Concise, Logical Approach Lewis, D.C., Gomolin, I. (1984). Drug overdose and withdrawal. In Harold May & John Wiley and Sons (Eds.). Emergency Medicine New York. Williams, C.N., Lewis, D.C., et al. (1985). Overcoming barriers to identification and referral of alcoholics in a general hospital setting: One approach. Rhode Island Medical Journal 68(3), Lewis, D.C., Williams, C.N. (Eds.). (1986). Providing Care for Children of Alcoholics: Clinical and Research Perspectives. (a book from the Brown University Center for Alcohol Studies) Pompano Beach, Florida: Health Communications, 112. Lewis, D.C. (1987). Substance abuse education for health professionals, Report on a WHO Consultation Lewis, D. C. (1988). Drug abuse. The World Book Year Book- Annual Supplement to the World Book Encyclopedia (p. 300). Chicago: World Book, Inc. Longabaugh, R., Lewis, D.C. (1988). Key issues in treatment outcome studies. Alcohol and Health and Research World 12(3), Lewis, D.C. (1988). Drug abuse. World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: World Book Inc. Lewis, D.C. (1989). Drug abuse. The World Book Year Book, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Lewis, D.C. (1989). Putting training about alcohol and other drugs into the mainstream of medical education. Alcohol and Health and Research World, 13(1), Lewis, D.C. (1989). The need for alcohol intervention programs in general hospitals. Trustee 42(6), Lewis, D.C. (1989). Educating physicians to help patients who have alcohol and other drug problems, The National AHEC Bulletin 7(2), Fall. Dube, C. E., Goldstein, M.G., Lewis, D.C., Myers, E.R., Zwick, W.R. (Eds.) (1989). Project ADEPT, Curriculum for Primary Care Physician Training (Vol. I). Core modules, 300 pp. and videotape. Providence, R.I.: Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. Schwartz, R.H., Lewis, D.C., Hoffmann, N.G., and Kyriazi, N. (1990). Cocaine and marijuana use by medical students before and during medical school. Archives of Internal Medicine 150, Dube, C. E., Goldstein, M.G., Lewis, D.C., Myers, E.R., Zwick, W.R. (Eds.). (1990). Project ADEPT, Curriculum for Primary Care Physician Training, (Vol. II). Core Modules, 306 pp. and videotape. Providence, R.I: Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. Lewis, D.C. (1991). Training of primary care physicians. Handbook of Drug and Alcohol Addiction, ed. N.S.Miller, Marcel Dekker Inc., New York,

12 Other Articles and Book Chapters (continued): Dube, C. E., Goldstein, M.G., Lewis, D.C., Cates-Wessel, eds. (1991). Project ADEPT, curriculum for primary care physician training, Volume III: AIDS and substance abuse, 306 pp. and videotape. Providence, RI, Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. Chappel, J.N., Lewis, D.C. (1992). Recent advances in health professional training in substance use disorders. Comprehensive Textbook of Substance Abuse. Eds. J. Lowenson, P. Ruiz and R. Millman, New York, Williams and Wilkins, Lewis, D.C. (1992). Medical and behavioral management of alcohol problems in general medical practice. Medical Diagnosis and Treatment of Alcoholism, 3rd edition, Eds. J. Mendelson and N. Mello, McGraw Hill, New York, Lewis, D.C. (1992). Medical and health perspective on a failing U.S. drug policy. Daedalus, Summer, Lewis, D.C. (1993). Reshaping clinical services to meet the needs of medical education. Modern Medicine February, Laforge, R.G., Nirenberg, T.D., Lewis, D.C., Murphy, J.B. (1994). Problem drinking, gender and stressful life events among hospitalized elderly drinkers. Behavior, Health and Aging 3(3), Lewis, D.C. (1994). A disease model of addiction. Principles of Addiction Medicine, American Society of Addiction Medicine, Washington, D.C., Chapter 7. Dube, C.E., Lewis, D.C. (1994) Medical education in alcohol and other drugs: Curriculum development for primary care. Alcohol Health & Research World, 18(2), Rosen, R.K, Dube,C.E., Lewis, D.C. (1995) Substance abuse curriculum for obstetricians and gynecologists, March Of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, White Plains, New York pp.300. Lewis, D.C., Rich, J.D. (1996). Physicians should support needle exchange in Rhode Island, Medicine and Health/Rhode Island, 79(6), 206. Gear, C., Lewis, D.C. (1996). Locking up the drug problem: Criminal and legal responses to drug addiction. Pioneers of Reform Reflections & Visions: Policy Papers Prepared for the 10th International Conference on Drug Policy Reform. Eds. A.S. Treback, W.A., Taylor, R. Steward, S. Ehlers, Drug Policy Foundation Press, Washington, DC, Lewis, D.C., Dube, C., Storti, S. (1996). WHO-PSA-NYU Meeting 1995: USA (2), Programme on Substance Abuse: Health Professional Education on Psychoactive Substance Use Issues. World Health Organization, New York. Lewis, D.C., Duncan, D.F. (1997) Editorial: Is prevention more than brand name recognition? Journal of Primary Prevention, 17(4), Lewis, D.C., Treves J.A., Shaindlin, A.B. (1997). Making sense of academic cyberspace: Case study of an electronic classroom, College Teaching, 45(3), Lewis, D.C. (1997) The role of the generalist in the care of the substance abusing patient, Medical Clinics of North America, Vol 81(4):

13 Other Articles and Book Chapters (continued): Lewis, D.C. (1997). An imperative for all practicing physicians: Screen and intervene for alcohol problems (Commentary). Medicine and Health/Rhode Island, 80(3) March, Chappel, J.N., Lewis, D.C. (1997) Medical education: The acquisition of knowledge, attitudes, & skills Substance Abuse: A Comprehensive Textbook 3rd edition, Eds. J.H. Lowinson, P. Ruiz, R.B. Millman, J.G. Langrod, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, MD, Lewis, D.C., Gear, C. A., Laubli Loud, M., Langenick-Cartwright, D (English Eds.) Rihs, M. (Ed)(1997) The Medical Prescription of Narcotics: Scientific Foundations and Practical Experiences, Hogrefe & Huber Publishers, Toronto, Canada, 328. Lewis, D.C. (1997) Alcoholism in the elderly: Physicians can make a difference, Hospital Practice, March 15, 1997, Lewis, D.C., Chernen, L., Goodwin, C.R. (1997). Substance use problems in primary care: Physician expertise and referral for treatment: A review of the literature. NIDA Resources Center for Health Services Research, March, Lewis, D.C., Kurtz, E. (Fall, 1997). Preserving the history of alcoholics anonymous, NCADD Amethyst, 5(3), 1-2. Lewis, D.C. (1997). Alcohol/drug abuse. The World Book Year Book: The Annual Supplement to The World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Lewis, D.C. (1997). Tobacco. The World Book Year Book: The Annual Supplement to The World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Lewis, D.C., Leslie Chernen (1998). Primary care office management. Clinical Textbook of Addictive Disorders 2nd Edition, Eds., R.J. Frances, S.I. Miller, Guilford Publication, Inc., New York, 1998, Swift, R.M., Miller, N.S., Lewis, D.C. (1998). Assessment and diagnosis in addictive disorders, AMA Handbook of Psychiatry in Primary Care, Eds., L.S. Goldman, T.N. Wise, D.S. Brody, American Psychiatric Press, Inc., Lewis, D.C. (1998). Alcohol/drug abuse. The World Book Year Book: The Annual Supplement to The World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Lewis, D.C. (1998). Tobacco. The World Book Year Book: The Annual Supplement to The World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Chappel, J., Lewis, D.C. (1999). Medical education. American Psychiatric Press: Textbook of Substance Abuse-2nd Edition, Eds. M. Galanter, H.D. Kleber, American Psychiatric Press, Inc. Washington, DC. Lewis, D.C. (1999) Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy: Consensus Statement. The Nation s Health- 6 th Edition, Eds. P.R. Lee, C. Estes, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, (in press). Lewis, D. (1999). Physician leadership on national drug policy: Advocacy for an effective drug policy, Medicine and Health/Rhode Island, 82(3), Lewis D.C. (1999). Tobacco, alcohol & drug abuse. The World Book Year Book: The Annual Supplement to The World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book, Inc 13

14 Other Articles and Book Chapters (continued): Lewis D.C. (2000). Tobacco, alcohol & drug abuse. The World Book Year Book: The Annual Supplement to The World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago: World Book, Inc Lewis, DC (2001) Urging College Alcohol and Drug Policies That Target Adverse Behavior, Not Use, Journal of American College Health, Vol Chez RA, Andres RL, Chazotte C, Lewis DC, Ling, FW (2001) Substance Abuse and Misuse is a Medical Disease, Elsevier Science Inc., Vol 8, No Lewis, D.C. (2002) A Commentary on Substance Abuse Screening and Intervention in the Emergency Department in Hungerford DW, Pollock DA, editors. Alcohol Problems Among Emergency Department Patients: Proceedings of a Research Conference on Identification and Intervention. Atlanta (GA): National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Lewis, D.C. (2003). Drug abuse. The World Book Year Book, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Lewis, D.C. (2004). Drug abuse. The World Book Year Book, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Lewis, D.C. (2005). Drug abuse. The World Book Year Book, Chicago: World Book, Inc. Abstracts: Lewis, D.C.: Drug Abuse as a Public Health Concern. Second International Symposium on Drug Abuse. ed.l.miller, Israel Events Ltd., Jerusalem, p.54-55, Lewis, D.C., Nellis, M., Pekkanen, J. Hargraves, R. and Mosler, E.: The Ethics of "Ethical" Drug Promotion. Developments in the Field of Drug Abuse. Ed. E. Senay and V. Shorty, Schenkman Publishers, Cambridge, Massachusetts, p , Lewis, D.C.: Evaluation of 3000 Admissions to a Short-Term Low-Cost Alcohol Detoxification Center. Clinical Research 24:298, Lewis, D.C., Caine, E.D., and Black, R.: Predicting the Outcome of Barbiturate Detoxification, Abstracts of the 105th Annual Meeting, American Public Health Association. p.128, Hersch, R., Lewis, D.C. and O'Bryan, M.: Clinical Experiences with LAAM in a Research Oriented Clinic, Proceedings of the National Drug Abuse Conference, Seattle, Washington. p. 94, Lewis, D.C., Griffiths, W. C., and Tucci, J.R.: Detection of 2,3-Butanediol in the Serum of an Abstinent Alcohol Abuser and its Relationship to Glucose Metabolism, Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research, 5:1, p.159, Lewis, D.C., Kauffman, J.F., Schottenfeld, R.S., Newman, R.G., Frank, R.G.: Methadone maintenance: The most over-regulated, under-funded and effective treatment for drug abuse, American Public Health Association 124th Annual Meeting and Exposition, New York, New York, p.113, 1996 Lewis, DC (2002) A Commentary on Substance Abuse Screening and Intervention in the Emergency Department in Hungerford DW, Pollock DA, editors. Alcohol Problems Among Emergency Department Patients: Proceedings of a Research Conference on Identification and Intervention. Atlanta (GA): National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;

15 Book Reviews: Addictive Drinking by Clark Vaughan, Medical Disorders of Alcoholism by Charles Lieber, New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 308:12, p , The Natural History of Alcoholism by George Vaillant, New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 309:8, p , The Management and Treatment of Alcoholism, ed. Jack Mendelson and Nancy Mello, New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 314:21, p , The Fix by Michael Massing, Public Health Reports, Vol. 114, p , 1999 The Quest for Drug Control: Politics and Federal Policy in a Period of Increasing Substance Abuse, by David F. Musto and Pamela Korsmeyer, JAMA, Vol 290:12, p , 2003 Editorials: Should There Be A Specialty of Addictionology?, The U.S. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Vol. 10:4, Health Communications Inc, Pompano Beach, Florida, April Doctors and Drugs, New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 315:13, p , Physicians Can Help the Addicted, Rhode Island Medical Journal, 72: , A Cease Fire in the War on Drugs. Providence Journal-Bulletin, 11/4/92 Treat Drug Abuse and Save Money. Providence Sunday Journal, 10/3/93 The Costs and Benefits of Substance Abuse Treatment, RI Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Dependencies Newsletter Summer, Researchers and Health Care Reform. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research. 18:4, , July/August, Separate Schools--and Other Failed Attempts to End Smoking, Providence Journal-Bulletin, 10/2/94 Methadone: Still Seeking Credibility after 30 years of Effective Outcomes. The Addiction Letter,11(1), January Institutional Drug Abuse Denial, The Providence Sunday Journal, 1/29/95 Methadone Deserves More Credit, Providence Journal-Bulletin, 3/11/95 Fighting the War On Drugs, Prevention Pipeline, March/April 1995 Cardiac Cocktail Conflict, The Providence Journal-Bulletin, 8/21/95 War on Drugs: An Alternative Approach, Rhode Island Medical Journal, 78:154-55, 1995 Expand Needle Exchange, The Providence Journal-Bulletin, 3/5/96 Physician Training is Failing to Address Substance Abuse and Alcoholism, EPIKRISIS: Newsletter of the N.C. Governor's Institute on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, March 1996 Lewis, D.C., Duncan, D.F. Editorial: Is Prevention More Than Brand Name Recognition? Journal of Primary Prevention., 17:3, 1996 Physicians Should Support Needle Exchange, Rhode Island Medical Journal, 79:6, June 1996 Drugs not inherently evil, Saginaw News, January 30, 1997 (A6) Let s treat drug abuse as the illness it is, International Herald Tribune, July 23, 1998 Despite the fame, Lewis still loves teaching the best, Brown Daily Herald, October 29, 1998 On dignity, human rights and misguided critics of methadone treatment, George Street Journal, December 4-10, 1998, 23(13), 8 Finally, high-level support for methadone maintenance treatment, George Street Journal, February, 1998 Blanket drinking bans on campus may be self-defeating, Providence Journal, (B-5) January 11, 1999 End tiresome debate addiction as a chronic disease, Providence Journal, (B-7), September 9, 1999 Drug testing the downside of a good technology, Providence Journal, (A15), November 6, 1999 Bad drug education, Providence Journal, (B 6), November 26, 1999 Prosperity, punishment, Providence Sunday Journal, (E10), March 19,

16 Stigmatizing Ritalin, Providence Journal, (B4), April 11, 2000 Philip Morris saves tax money, Providence Journal, (B7), December 8, 2001 Should we drink for our health?, The Providence Journal, (B5), February 12, 2003 Stop perpetuating the crack baby myth, Brown University News Service, March 30, 2004 We Were Wrong About Crack Babies: Are We Repeating Our Mistake With Meth Babies?, Medscape, Webcast Video Editorials, October 2005 Screening for At-Risk Drinking Should Be as Routine as Taking a Vital Sign, Medscape, Webcast Video Editorials, December 2005 Alcohol screening fulfills a neglected duty to patients, Ethics Forum, AMA News. March Commentaries in DATA (Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application): 1989 Vulnerability to Addiction, 8:1 AIDS and Addiction, 8:2 Medical Students Need Better Training about Substance Abuse, 8:3 Should be Sensitive to the Needs of Special Populations, 8:4 Knowing that Treatment Works, 8:5 Mobilizing Communities for Prevention, 8:6 How Far Should We Go to Protect Others from the Effects of Drug Abuse, 8:7 Research Results that Challenge Accepted Clinical Wisdom-How should We React? 8: New Prevention Programs Funded-More Prevention Research Needed, 9:1 Is More Always Better? 9:2 Protection from the Misuse of New Technologies, 9:3 Understanding Children of Alcoholics, 9:4 Healthy Skepticism About Reported Research Breakthroughs Makes Sense, 9:5 Hospitals Should Be More Responsive to Patients with Alcohol Problems, 9:6 Treating Drug Problems, 9:7 The Bio-psychosocial Approach to Addictions, 9: Keeping Up with Dual Diagnosis, 10:1 Premature Death from Heart Disease in Alcoholics, 10:2 Interest in Long Term Research, 10:3 The Importance of Chipping, 10:4 The Right to Privacy Versus Drug Testing, 10:5 Heterogeneity Emerges as Major Finding of Genetic Research, 10:6 The AMA Tackles Prevention, 10:7 A Systems Approach to Assessment and Treatment Planning, 10:8 Alcohol Treatment: What Does It Cost? What Should It Cost? 10: Broadening the Base of DATA, 11:1 Protecting Youth, 11:2 Relapse Prevention---Making Treatment Stick, 11:3 The Prickly Issue of Needle Exchange, 11:4 Half-Hearted Methadone Maintenance, 11:5 Cocaine Babies---Have We Overreacted? 11:6 Validity and Trust, 11:7 Treating Alcoholism and Nicotine Dependence: Sequential or Simultaneous? 11:8 Work and Drink: Who Calls the Shots? 11:9 Controlled Drinking, 11:10 Greater Alcohol Availability Does Not Necessarily Mean More Drinking Problems, 11:11 Time for A Better National Response to AIDS, 11:12 16

17 Commentaries in DATA (Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application): continued 1993 The Year of Genetic Research, 12:1 Prevention Intervention, 12:2 Alcohol and Drug Treatment in the Clinton National Health Plan: Are We In or Out? 12:3 Coffee Anyone? 12:4 Taking a Stand on Health Reform, 12:5 Are Benzodiazepines Underprescribed? 12:6 More Coffee? 12:7 Don't Turn a Deaf Ear to Acupuncture, 12:8 Don't Shortchange Addiction Treatment, 12:9 Addiction Treatment Is In! Let's Keep It There, 12:10 Training Is Key to Infrastructure of Substance Abuse Treatment, 12:11 Take Care in Connecting Alcohol and Violence, 12: Why Not Study Legalization? 13:1 The Squeeze on Substance Abuse Treatment, 13:2 Substance Abuse and Mental Health, 13:3 Funding Research Essential for Future of Treatment, 13:4 The Authentic Alcoholics Anonymous, 13:5 Detecting Drinking Problems in Older Adults, 13:6 Cocaine Treatment Works, 13:7 Redefining U.S. Drug Policy,13:8 For Health but Against Prohibition, 13:9 More Evidence that Treatment Work, 13:10 Methadone Maintenance: Still Fighting for Credibility after 30 Years of Effective Outcomes, 13:11 Road Safety Is More Than Sobriety, 13: We Need Institutional Reform to Improve Physician Detection of Substance Abuse Problems, 14:1 More on Maintenance and Abstinence, 14:2 Who Will Prescribe Naltrexone for Drinking Problems?, 14:3 Dually Diagnosed Need Dual Treatment, 14:4 Drug Tests: Positive or Negative Social Policy?, 14:5 Making Sense of Lower Mortality in Lighter Drinkers, 14:6 Concerns About Passive Smoke More Than Hot Air, 14:7 Training and the Quest for Competence, 14:8 Traveling the New Tobacco Road, 14:9 Mark Keller -- One of a Kind, 14:10 Cyberspace & the Future of Research Universities, 14:11 Intervention but not Confrontation, 14: Field Wonders about the Latest 'Wonder' Drug, 15:1 The Prickly Issue of Needle Exchange: Shame on Federal Policy, 15:2 Lessons from Psychotherapy, 15:3 Managing Managed Care, 15:4 Managing Managed Care: The Fundamentals, 15:5 Managing Managed Care: How Should We Manage Behavioral Health?, 15:6 Managing Managed Care: Integrating Behavioral Health is Essential, 15:7 The Promise of Research, 15:8 Researchers, Health Professionals and the S Word, 15:9 Limits on Substance Abuse Benefits and the Quest for Parity with Other Chronic Diseases, 15:10 17

18 Commentaries in DATA (Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application): continued Methadone Treatment Deserves more Support and Less Regulation, 15:11 The Politics of Scientific Language, 15: New Year s Resolve for more Ethical Treatment Management, 16:1 Zero tolerance: The sound and the fury, 16:2 Electronic communication: A look at things to come, 16:9 Fighting the profound stigma of drug addiction, 16:10 Substance abuse research, policy at odds, 16:11 Credibility, support for methadone treatment--finally, 16: Pregnant substance abusers need our help, 17:1 Constituency building is alive and well, 17:2 Bill Moyers upcoming series is important very important, 17:3 Treatment works the truth please, 17:4 Science literacy US 12th graders falling behind, 17:5 The rush to mandated treatment: Will it be good for patients in our field?, 17:6 The tobacco industry: An uncertain road, 17:7 Practice and research: Bridging the gap, 17: 8 Understanding youth violence, 17:9 Not another anti-maintenance crusade. Give us a break!, 17:10 There is a byte in your future, 17:11 Focus college alcohol and drug policies on dysfunctional behaviors, not on use, 17: Good books for the New Year, 18:1 Advocacy and 12-step anonymity, 18:2 Parity for addiction treatment: A good investment for all addictive diseases,18:3 Predicting the future of health care, 18:4 Drug courts are popular Will they be good?,18:5 A victory for substance abuse parity,18:6 Justice for juveniles,18:7 Why addiction is a chronic disease,18:8 Rating pharmacotherapy for alcohol dependence,18:9 Drug testing: The downside of a good technology,18:10 v Principles of addiction treatment a pamphlet worth having, 18:11 A dozen notables for the decade, 18: A national institute on addiction, 19:1 Reinventing the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), 19:2 Punishment and prosperity, 19:3 Prescribing psychiatric drugs to youngsters, 19:4 Policy toward juveniles is wrongheaded, 19:5 New group brings hope to advocacy field: There s life in the Alliance Project, 19:6 Underage college drinking remains a public health challenge, 19:7 The threat of denied coverage, 19:8 Moderation versus abstinence, 19:9 Drug Dependence, a chronic illness: Implications for treatment, insurance, and outcome evaluation, 19:10 To the recovery community: Get Active! Join with science and medicine to end the unfair stigma toward alcoholism and drug addiction, 19:11 Drug-assisted addiction treatment: Stop the discrimination, 19:12 18

19 Commentaries in DATA (Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application): continued 2001 Zero tolerance advocates shouldn t whine, 20:1 A fresh look at carve-outs, 20:2 Insurance benefits for substance abuse treatment will be just a starting point, 20:3 Modifying the gateway theory, 20:4 ASAM s noteworthy national conference, 20:5 Ten rules for influencing policy, 20:6 Faith-based treatment A mixed blessing, 20:7 Thank you Philip Morris, 20: Time for Civil Action, 21:4 Reports: Care for the Chronic Inebriate: Analysis and Recommendations. Brown University Center for Alcohol Studies, pp 44, December, Chemical Dependence, a Position Paper of the American College of Physicians. (original draft prepared by Suzanne Stone with DCL), Annals of Internal Medicine, 102: , Public Policy on Alcohol Problems-Report of the Northeast Regional American Assembly. Brown University Center For Alcohol Studies, pp 15, June, Substance Abuse Treatment in Rhode Island: Population Needs and Program Development, Brown University Center for Alcohol Studies, pp108. December, Consensus Statements from the Conference "Alcohol, Drugs, and Primary Care Physician Education: Issues, Roles, Responsibilities, November 12-15, 1985, Rancho Mirage, California. ed. Lewis, D.C. and Niven, R.G. Published by U.S. Dept HHS-ADAMHA,pp.55, December, Video tape, Drug Addiction: The Promise of Treatment, 1998 Video tape, Trial, Treatment and Transformation, 1998 Video tape, From Hopelessness to Healing, 1998 Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy Position Paper on Drug Policy, January 2000 A Physician s Guide on How to Advocate for More Effective National and State Drug Policies, September 2000 Effective Methadone Treatment of Heroin Addiction in Office-Based Practices with a Focus on Methadone Maintenance, 2000 Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy Adolescent Substance Abuse: A Public Health Priority, September 2002 Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy Highlights Report , November

20 Invited Presentations: 1. American Society of Addiction Medicine Medical Scientific Conference Ruth Fox Course, San Diego, CA, May 4, Harvard Medical School Principles of Pharmacology, Boston, MA, February 7, SECAD 2005 Conference, Atlanta, GA, December 2, ASAM 2005 Course on the State of the Art in Addiction Medicine, Washington, DC, October 29, A Family Disease: The Impact of Addiction and Substance Abuse on Children, Families, Family Courts and Communities. A Conference of the Maryland Family Divisions and Family Services Programs, Baltimore, MD, September 23, National Conference of Bar Presidents, 2005 Midyear Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, February 11, Harvard Medical School Principles of Pharmacology, Boston, MA, February 8, Office of National Drug Control Policy s Leadership Conference on Medical Education in Substance Abuse, Washington, D.C., December 1-2, Johnson Institute Fall National Forum, Washington, D.C., November 5, Symposium for Peter Geerlings retirement, Amsterdam, October 13, National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, Tampa, FL, May 16, Stanford University--Genetics of Nicotine Addiction: Examining Ethics and Policy, Palo Alto, CA, March 19-20, Harvard Medical School Principles of Pharmacology, Boston, MA, February 3, Lewis Lipsitt Behavioral Misadventures Symposium, Providence, RI, November 22, NYU Medical School (third year residents and primary care fellows), October 7, New England Association of Drug Court Professionals 3 rd Annual Conference, Bristol, RI, July 24, National Advisory Committee meeting of Join Together, Washington, D.C., April 11, Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation Preventing Substance Abuse Among Our Youth 2 nd Annual Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Symposium, Sacramento, California, April 1, Harvard Medical School Principles of Pharmacology, Boston, MA, February 4, Invited Congressional Testimony (published & available - U.S. Gov't. Printing Office): Prevention and Treatment of Drug Abuse and Drug Dependence, U.S. Senate, Special Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Narcotics of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, April 14, Drug Abuse Prevention and Control, U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization and Government Research of the Committee on Government Operations, July 16, Advertising of Proprietary Medicines, U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Monopoly of the Select Committee on Small Business, July 22, Barbiturate Abuse in the United States. U.S. Senate, Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency of the Committee of the Judiciary, December, Re-authorization of the Drug Abuse Office and Treatment Act of U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, April 10,

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