At Adapt, our dedication to advancing patient care transcends the clinic. Through rigorous research and collaborations, we remain at the forefront of innovations, continuously refining our approach to treatment.
Bridging Clinical Care
Adapt’s journey into research has always been fueled by our commitment to provide the best care. Since the early 2000s, Adapt has partnered with organizations such the NIDA Clinical Trials Network.
By actively participating in nationwide clinical trials, we’ve shaped the understanding of effective strategies for treating individuals with substance use disorders.
Current Research Projects
- CTN-0100 Optimizing Retention, Duration, and Discontinuation Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy: Adapt is one of 18 sites nationwide recruiting for this important study to test strategies to improve OUD pharmacotherapy treatment retention and to improve outcomes among patients who have been successfully stabilized on OUD medications and want to stop medication
- U of O Center on Parenting and Opioids: Adapt is serving as a community partner for the CPO Data Collective to better understand how to best support pregnant and parenting people who experience substance use disorders. As a participating organization, Adapt treatment sites across the agency provide access to U of O research staff to recruit patients and clients who are interested in participating.
- CTN Trials: Adapt has been involved in several Clinical Trials Network projects.
- ROME 202: The Adapt OTP, in collaboration with OHSU, evaluated a web-application developed by Sonara Health. The study aimed to understand the practicality and acceptance of the app to allow for accelerated take home doses of methadone. A publication on this is expected soon in the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment.
- OHSU Knight Cancer Center Community Partnership Program: In 2017, Adapt received a grant from the CPP to implement and evaluate a stepped care model for tobacco cessation in primary care.
Ask A Question
To learn more about a specific active study, please contact us at the below by asking for our Research Team.
To learn more about a completed study, follow the links for the specific study.