- FAMRI Center
Joseph Guydish, PhD MPH
Professor in Residence
Research on access, delivery, and organization of substance abuse treatment services, treatment effectiveness, and adoption of new treatments into practice settings. He is currently testing an organizational change intervention for treatment programs in tobacco dependence. Joseph Guydish, PhD, MPH, is Professor of Medicine and Health Policy at the University of California, San Francisco. His research concerns access, delivery, and organization of substance abuse treatment services. He leads the NIDA P50 San Francisco Treatment Research Center, which is focused on continuing and extended models of addiction treatment. He is co-investigator in the regional node of the NIDA Clinical Trials Network, one of 13 such nodes in a national network dedicated to improving substance abuse treatment through multi-site clinical trials research. He has led studies evaluating San Francisco efforts to improve access to publicly-funded drug abuse treatment, assessing federal policy to end drug addiction and alcoholism as an SSI disability category, evaluating needle exchange as an HIV prevention strategy, and investigating Drug Court and intensive case management interventions for drug-involved offenders. He is currently testing strategies designed to support drug abuse treatment programs in better addressing tobacco dependence.
1982-87 Washington State University, Pullman Ph.D. Clinical Psychology 1989-90 University of California, Berkeley M.P.H. Epidemiology
Ziedonis, D., Guydish, J., Williams, J., Steinberg, M. & Foulds, J. (2006). Barriers and solutions to addressing tobacco dependence in addiction treatment programs. Alcohol Research and Health, 29, 228-235. PMID: 17373414
Fuller, B.E., Guydish, J., Tsoh, J., Reid, M., Resnick, M., Zammarelli, L., Zeidonis, D.M., Sears, C., & McCarty, D. (2007). Attitudes toward integration of smoking cessation treatment in drug abuse clinics. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 32, 53-60. PMID: 17175398
Guydish, J., Passalacqua, E., Tajima, J. & Turcotte Manser, S. (2007). Staff smoking and other barriers to nicotine dependence intervention in addiction treatment settings: A review. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39, 423-433. PMID: 18303699
Chun, J., Guydish, J. & Chan, Y-F. (2007). Smoking among adolescents in substance abuse treatment: A study of programs, policy, and prevalence. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39, 443-449. PMID: 18303701
Ziedonis, D., Zammarelli, L., Seward, G., Oliver, K., Guydish, J., Hobart, M., & Meltzer, B. (2007). Addressing tobacco through organizational change: A case study of an addiction treatment organization. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39, 451-459. PMID: 18303702
Kurita, K. & Guydish, J. (2007). Substance abuse counselor certification in California: How is nicotine addiction addressed? Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39, 473-477. PMID: 18303704
Chun, J., Haug, N., Guydish, J., Sorensen, J & Delucchi, K. (2009). Cigarette smoking among opiod-dependent clients in a therapeutic community. American Journal on Addictions, 18, 316-320. PMID: 19444736
Delucchi, K., Tajima, J. & Guydish, J. (2009). Development of the Smoking Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (S-KAP) Instrument. Journal of Drug Issues, 39,347-364.
Chun, J., Guydish, J. & Delucchi, K. (2009). Does participation in clinical trials research affect clinical practices related to smoking? Journal of Drug Issues, 39, 385-400.
Tajima, B., Guydish, J., Delucchi, K., Passalacqua, E. & Moore, M. (2009). Staff Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Regarding Nicotine Dependence Differ by Setting. Journal of Drug Issues, 39, 365-384.