Session 50: IS1 -> Research on Drug Courts (Sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse)
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-California W
Session Chair: Susan Turner, RAND
Alternative Models Linking Offenders to Treatment: Drug Court vs. Traditional Probation-Based Models
by: Christine H. Lindquist, Research Triangle Institute (Corresponding)
James J. Collins, Research Triangle Institute
Pamela K. Lattimore, Research Triangle Institute
Barriers and Facilitators to Drug Courts' Collaborative Linkages With Service Providers: Perspectives of Courts, Perspectives of Providers
by: Suzanne Wenzel, RAND (Corresponding)
Susan Turner, RAND
Susan Ridgely, RAND
Douglas Longshore, RAND
Enhancing Drug Court Retention in a Rural State
by: Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
The Role of Judicial Status Hearings in Drug Court
by: Douglas Marlowe, The Treatment Research Institute (Corresponding)
A Randomized Clinical Trial of Juvenile Drug Court and MST
by: Jeff Randall, Medical University of South Carolina (Corresponding)
A Randomized Study of the Use of Vouchers to Improve Performance Among Drug Court Clients
by: Michael Prendergast, University of California - Los Angeles (Corresponding)
John M. Roll, University of California - Los Angeles
Jerry Flanzer, National Institute on Drug Abuse

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