Martha Jessup, RN, PhD, CNS
Since 2001, my program of translational research has focused on processes of clinician and organizational innovation in community-based settings for the treatment of substance use disorders. My research examines the adoption of evidence-based practices, and development and implementation of model tools and programs to address the needs of persons with substance use disorders including tobacco dependence.
- Jessup MA, Dibble SL. (2011). Validity and reliability of the COJAC screening tool for co-occurring disorders. American Journal on Addictions, 20(3), 264-270. PMID: 21477055
- Guydish J, Jessup M, Tajima B, Manser ST. (2010). Adoption of motivational interviewing and motivational enhancement therapy following clinical trials. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Supplement 6, 215-226. PMID: 21138198
- Jessup MA, Song Y. (2008). Tobacco-related practices and policies in residential perinatal drug treatment programs. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Supplement 5, 357-364. PMID: 19248393
- Jessup MA, Guydish J, Manser ST, Tajima B. (2008). The place of adoption in the NIDA Clinical Trials Network. Journal of Drug Issues, 38(4), 1083. PMID: 20126428
- Jessup MA. (2007). Organizational change in a perinatal treatment setting: Integration of clinical practice and policies on tobacco and smoking cessation. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39(4), 461-472. PMID: 18303703