Megan Reed

TitleAdjunct Faculty
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentSchool Of Population Health
Address901 Walnut Street
Philadelphia PA 19107
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    1. Reed MK, Guth A, Salcedo VJ, Hom JK, Rising KL. "You can't go wrong being safe": Motivations, patterns, and context surrounding use of fentanyl test strips for heroin and other drugs. Int J Drug Policy. 2022 Mar 04; 103:103643. PMID: 35255392.
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    2. Reed MK, Kelly EL, Wagner B, Hajjar E, Garber G, Worster B. A Failure to Guide: Patient Experiences within a State-Run Cannabis Program in Pennsylvania, United States. Subst Use Misuse. 2022; 57(4):516-521. PMID: 34958295.
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    3. Ataiants J, Reed MK, Schwartz DG, Roth A, Marcu G, Lankenau SE. Decision-making by laypersons equipped with an emergency response smartphone app for opioid overdose. Int J Drug Policy. 2021 Apr 19; 95:103250. PMID: 33887699.
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    4. Reed MK, Roth AM, Tabb LP, Groves AK, Lankenau SE. "I probably got a minute": Perceptions of fentanyl test strip use among people who use stimulants. Int J Drug Policy. 2021 Feb 11; 103147. PMID: 33583679.
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