Testing the Feasibility of a Computerized Approach for Screening, Brief Intervention and Overdose Prevention for Non-medical Use of Prescription Drugs in a University Health Center
Funded by: Center for Drug Use and HIV Research
Project dates: February 2014 - April 2015
Principal Investigator: McNeely, Jennifer

This study examined the feasibility, acceptability and adoption of a self-administered, computer-assisted approach to substance use screening and assessment during routine primary care visits at the NYU Student Health Center. The study measured the proportion of patients who are offered screening, complete screening and elect to share results with their health care provider. The study also assessed overdose risk and substance-related sexual risk behavior.

Related Publications
McNeely J, Haley SJ, Smith AJ, Leonard NR, Cleland CM, Ferdschneider M, Calderoni M, Sleiter L, Ciotoli C, Adam A (2019).
Computer self-administered screening for substance use in university student health centers
Journal of American College Health, 67 (6), 541-550. doi: 10.1080/07448481.2018.1498852. PMCID: PMC6428636.