The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast, a digital program that reviews evidence-based psychiatry, recently provided an overview of the history and pharmacology of methamphetamine use disorder. In this segment, the ADAPT-2 trial published in The New England Journal of Medicine (for which CBAM’s Vine St. Clinic served as a clinical research site and Dr. Shoptaw co-authored) was discussed. To hear the podcast and learn more about the basics of methamphetamine use disorder and the current novel treatment options in consideration, click here


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