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SAMUEL MACMASTER

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Family and Community Medicine
DivisionFamily & Community Medicine
Address3701 Kirby Dr, Suite 600
Houston TX 77098
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    1. Bride BE, Macmaster SA, Morse SA, Watson CM, Choi S, Seiters J. A Comparison of Opioid and Nonopioid Substance Users in Residential Treatment for Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Disorders. Soc Work Public Health. 2016 Nov-Dec; 31(7):678-687. PMID: 27366988.
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    2. Morse S, MacMaster S. Characteristics and Outcomes of Young Adult Opiate Users Receiving Residential Substance Abuse Treatment. J Evid Inf Soc Work. 2015; 12(6):556-66. PMID: 25879396.
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    3. Choi S, Adams SM, Morse SA, MacMaster S. Gender differences in treatment retention among individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. Subst Use Misuse. 2015 Apr; 50(5):653-63. PMID: 25587672.
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    4. Morse SA, Watson C, MacMaster SA, Bride BE. Differences between older and younger adults in residential treatment for co-occurring disorders. J Dual Diagn. 2015; 11(1):75-82. PMID: 25531670.
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    5. Morse SA, MacMaster SA, Kodad V, Robledo K. The impact of a sleep hygiene intervention on residents of a private residential facility for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders: results of a pilot study. J Addict Nurs. 2014 Oct-Dec; 25(4):204-8. PMID: 25514691.
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    6. Choi S, Adams SM, MacMaster SA, Seiters J. Predictors of residential treatment retention among individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. J Psychoactive Drugs. 2013 Apr-Jun; 45(2):122-31. PMID: 23909000.
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    7. Rasch RF, Davidson D, Seiters J, MacMaster SA, Adams S, Darby K, Cooper RL. Integrated recovery management model for ex-offenders with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders and high rates of HIV risk behaviors. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2013 Sep-Oct; 24(5):438-48. PMID: 23340238.
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    8. MacMaster SA. Perceptions of need, service use, and barriers to service access among female methamphetamine users in rural Appalachia. Soc Work Public Health. 2013; 28(2):109-18. PMID: 23461346.
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    9. Wodarski JS, Macmaster S, Miller NK. The use of computer technology to reduce and prevent college drinking. Soc Work Public Health. 2012; 27(3):270-82. PMID: 22486431.
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    10. Kinnevy SC, MacMaster SA. Introduction. Findings from selected Targeted Capacity Expansion (TCE)-HIV/AIDS grant programs. J Evid Based Soc Work. 2010 Jan; 7(1):1-2. PMID: 20178019.
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    11. Okpaku S, Macmaster SA, Dennie S, Tolliver D, Cooper RL, Rasch RF. Preliminary outcomes of a model program for increasing treatment access for African American women who use crack cocaine and are at risk for contracting HIV. J Evid Based Soc Work. 2010 Jan; 7(1):41-57. PMID: 20178024.
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    12. MacMaster SA, Rasch RF, Kinzly ML, Cooper RL, Adams SM. Perceptions of sexual risks and injection for HIV among African American women who use crack cocaine in Nashville, Tennessee. Health Soc Work. 2009 Nov; 34(4):283-91. PMID: 19927477.
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    13. MacMaster SA, Tripp K, Argo S. Perceptions of HIV risk behaviors and service needs among methamphetamine users in rural Appalachian Tennessee. J Ethn Subst Abuse. 2008; 7(1):115-30. PMID: 19842304.
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    14. Davis C, Sloan M, MacMaster S, Kilbourne B. HIV/AIDS knowledge and sexual activity: an examination of racial differences in a college sample. Health Soc Work. 2007 Aug; 32(3):211-8. PMID: 17896678.
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    15. MacMaster SA, Crawford SL, Jones JL, Rasch RF, Thompson SJ, Sanders EC. Metropolitan Community AIDS Network: faith-based culturally relevant services for African American substance users at risk of HIV. Health Soc Work. 2007 May; 32(2):151-4. PMID: 17571650.
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    16. MacMaster SA. Experiences with and perceptions of, barriers to substance abuse and HIV services among African American women who use crack cocaine. J Ethn Subst Abuse. 2005; 4(1):53-75. PMID: 16870572.
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    17. Macmaster SA, Holleran LK, Chantus D, Kostyk L. Documenting changes in the delivery of substance abuse services: the Status of the "100 best treatment centers for alcoholism and drug abuse" of 1988. J Health Soc Policy. 2005; 20(3):67-77. PMID: 16236679.
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    18. Neff JA, MacMaster SA. Applying behavior change models to understand spiritual mechanisms underlying change in substance abuse treatment. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2005; 31(4):669-84. PMID: 16318040.
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    19. MacMaster SA. Harm reduction: a new perspective on substance abuse services. Soc Work. 2004 Jul; 49(3):356-63. PMID: 15281690.
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    20. Hoffmann NG, Bride BE, MacMaster SA, Abrantes AM, Estroff TW. Indentifying co-occurring disorders in adolescent population. J Addict Dis. 2004; 23(4):41-53. PMID: 15339713.
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    21. Galambos CM, MacMaster SA. The Poverty and Housing Scale: report on a pilot study. J Health Soc Policy. 2004; 19(3):51-65. PMID: 15829453.
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    22. MacMaster SA, Vail KA, Neff JA. The Xchange point: a drop-in center for African American active injection drug users. Health Soc Work. 2002 Aug; 27(3):227-9. PMID: 12230050.
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    23. MacMaster SA, Vail KA. Demystifying the injection drug user: willingness to participate in traditional drug treatment services among participants in a needle exchange program. J Psychoactive Drugs. 2002 Jul-Sep; 34(3):289-94. PMID: 12422939.
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