This is a "connection" page, showing publications co-authored by Ekaterina Pivovarova and Elizabeth Evans.
Friedmann PD, Dunn D, Michener P, Bernson D, Stopka TJ, Pivovarova E, Ferguson WJ, Rottapel R, Hoskinson R, Wilson D, Evans EA. COVID-19 impact on opioid overdose after jail release in Massachusetts. Drug Alcohol Depend Rep. 2023 Mar; 6:100141.
Stopka TJ, Rottapel RE, Ferguson WJ, Pivovarova E, Toro-Mejias LD, Friedmann PD, Evans EA. Medication for opioid use disorder treatment continuity post-release from jail: A qualitative study with community-based treatment providers. Int J Drug Policy. 2022 Dec; 110:103803.
Pivovarova E, Evans EA, Stopka TJ, Santelices C, Ferguson WJ, Friedmann PD. Legislatively mandated implementation of medications for opioid use disorders in jails: A qualitative study of clinical, correctional, and jail administrator perspectives. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2022 05 01; 234:109394.
Evans EA, Pivovarova E, Stopka TJ, Santelices C, Ferguson WJ, Friedmann PD. Uncommon and preventable: Perceptions of diversion of medication for opioid use disorder in jail. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2022 07; 138:108746.
Evans EA, Stopka TJ, Pivovarova E, Murphy SM, Taxman FS, Ferguson WJ, Bernson D, Santelices C, McCollister KE, Hoskinson R, Lincoln T, Friedmann PD. Massachusetts Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network (MassJCOIN). J Subst Abuse Treat. 2021 09; 128:108275.
Matsumoto A, Santelices C, Evans EA, Pivovarova E, Stopka TJ, Ferguson WJ, Friedmann PD. Jail-based reentry programming to support continued treatment with medications for opioid use disorder: Qualitative perspectives and experiences among jail staff in Massachusetts. Int J Drug Policy. 2022 11; 109:103823.