RDAR Researchers Publish Report on Differences in Substances Reported at Admission in Nebraska

Researchers at the Rural Drug Addiction Research Center (RDAR) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) recently published a report titled "Analysis of Nebraskan Admissions to Publicly Funded Substance Treatment Centers in 2017 by Core-Based Statistical Areas." This report utilizes Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) which tracks both admissions and discharges from substance use treatment facilities in the United States of America. RDAR researchers use the TEDS data to look at differences in substances reported at admission in Nebraska between Metropolitan core-based statistical areas (CBSA) counties, Micropolitan CBSA counties, and counties that are Outside CBSA areas.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020 by Kim Gocchi Carrasco