Dr. Ginnie Sawyer-Morris Receives Early Career Investigator Award

FRI congratulates Dr. Ginnie Sawyer-Morris on receiving an Early Career Investigator Scholarship at The Academic Consortium on Criminal Justice Health’s 17th Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. In her application, Dr. Sawyer-Morris noted her goal as an investigator is to develop innovative tools for dissemination and implementation that address implementation disparities and increase the uptake of evidence-based interventions (e.g., substance use disorder treatment) among justice-involved populations with addiction. The following publications supported her application:

  • Sawyer-Morris, G., Wilde, J. A., Molfenter, T., & Taxman, F. (2023). Use of Digital Health and Digital Therapeutics to Treat SUD in Criminal Justice Settings: A Review. Current Addiction Reports, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40429-023-00523-1
  • Wilde, J. A., Zawislak, K., Sawyer-Morris, G., Hulsey, J., Molfenter, T., Taxman, F. (2023) The adoption and sustainability of digital therapeutics in justice systems: A pilot feasibility study. International Journal of Drug Policy116, 104024. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2023.104024

More information about the meeting and awardees can be found at: https://www.accjh.org/conference/accjh-conference-2024/.