How We Operate
Training and Research
A Cohort Comparison of Differences Between Regional and Buncombe County Patients of a Comprehensive Perinatal Substance Use Disorders Program in Western North Carolina.
Galvin SL, Ramage M, Leiner C, Sullivan MH, Fagan EB.N C Med J. 2020 May-Jun;81(3):157-165. doi: 10.18043/ncm.81.3.157.PMID: 32366622 Free article.
Improving access to care through Advanced Practice Registered Nurses: Focus on perinatal patients with Opioid Use Disorder.
Ramage M, Tak C, Goodman D, Johnson E, Barber C, Jones HE.J Adv Nurs. 2020 Sep 25. doi: 10.1111/jan.14544. Online ahead of print.PMID: 32975850
Stabilizing the Mother-Infant Dyad for Better Outcomes from OB to FM: Caring for Patients with Perinatal Opioid Use Disorder through the 4th Trimester.
Ramage M, Ostrach B, Fagan B, Coulson CC.N C Med J. 2018 May-Jun;79(3):164-165. doi: 10.18043/ncm.79.3.164.PMID: 29735619 Free article. No abstract available.
In The News
- Before You Write Your First Buprenorphine Prescription; A Readiness-Assessment for Prenatal Care Providers, April 2021, JScholar Publishers
- Critical Support Where High-Risk Pregnancy Meets Addiction, January 2021, Health Affairs
- Caring for the most stigmatized population, August 2020, North Carolina Health News
- Project CARA helps expectant mothers with substance-use disorders, October 2018, Mountain Xpress