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John R. Knight, M.D.

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Biography
1972
Magna Cum Laude
1998
Best Scientific Abstract
1999 - 2002
Research Scholar Program
1998
Herman Cone Memorial Lecture
2000
Marilyn Haynie Award for Excellence in Mentoring
2002
Best Scientific Abstract
2002
Excellence in Mentorship
2004 - 2009
K07 Academic Career Award
2006
Best Scientific Abstract
2008
Endowed Chair in Developmental Medicine
2009 - 2010
Best Scientific Abstract
2011
Distinguished Academic Career
2011
John P.McGovern Award
2013
James H. Tharp Award

Overview
Research, Teaching, and Clinical Contributions:
Narrative: After completing my fellowship in general pediatrics in 1992, I spent the first five years of my academic career concentrating on clinical and educational activities. During the last ten years, I have transitioned to spending most of my professional time on clinical research. Education: In 1993 I developed the Behavioral Pediatrics block rotation for pediatric residents at Children’s Hospital. In 1996, I was awarded grant funding from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) for the Collaborative Office Rounds project, aimed at providing problem-based education in psychosocial problems for community pediatricians. As PI, I have now seen this grant through four competing renewals over ten years. I then collaborated with Dr. Jean Emans from the Division of Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine to produce a standardized national curriculum for pediatric residents in child growth, development, behavior, and adolescent health. We enlisted fellows and junior faculty as case writers. I was the PI of two grants that supported this work, Co-PI of a third, and Dr. Emans and I served as national project Co-Directors. The completed curriculum was published in a three-volume book series, which MCHB distributed to every pediatric and family medicine residency training program in the U.S. I directed construction of the project’s website (www.pedicases.org), from which more than 24,000 educational sections (i.e., chapters) have been downloaded by more than 5,000 registered faculty so far. At Harvard Medical School, I oversaw development of the Addictions Theme and in 1997I became the Associate Director for Medical Education at the Division on Addictions. In 1999 I became Director of the HMS Addiction Medicine CME course, which has doubled in size under my leadership. I have given more than 100 invited presentations and 18 peer-review workshops at national meetings, many involving fellows and junior faculty members whom I mentor. I served for two years as the Director of Fellowship Training for the Division of General Pediatrics. I have received two mentorship awards and was selected as one of 11 national mentors for the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)-supported faculty development project in substance abuse education.
Research: The primary goal of my research is to improve screening and intervention for adolescent substance abuse in general medical settings. My first studies in this area assessed the reliability of existing screening instruments among adolescent medical patients. I next conducted a pilot study aimed at developing a new screening device, the CRAFFT test, which was developmentally appropriate for adolescents, accurate, and practical for use in busy medical settings. In 1999 I was awarded an R01 grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) to conduct a validation study of the CRAFFT in a larger, general adolescent clinic population. This study has led to five publications (p. 18-19; #15-18, #20) and, as a result of this research, the CRAFFT has become the recommended standard of care screen for substance abuse among adolescent patients. CRAFFT has been reprinted in American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) policy statements, the AAP Substance Abuse Guide, the Bright Futures Mental Health Guide, and in other national reports and guidebooks. We have distributed more than 20,000 CRAFFT test pocket cards in response to requests from individuals and health care organizations from across the U.S, Canada, and the U.K; and given permission for translations of the CRAFFT into French (Swiss Ministry of Health), Spanish, Finnish, Turkish, Czech, Russian, and Japanese. The next phase of my research is aimed at implementation of CRAFFT screening, and at development and testing of office-based interventions. I directed a pilot study, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), of a brief behavioral counseling approach for substance abuse that can be widely applied in primary care settings and a larger RWJF-funded multi-site trial of implementation of CRAFFT test screening. In 2004 I received two R01 grants from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to conduct (1) a randomized controlled trial of our new therapeutic approach and (2) an efficacy trial of screening and brief physician advice. In 2006 I received a 3rd R01 from NIDA through the competing supplement mechanism for an international collaboration with investigators in the Czech Republic in drug abuse research.
Leadership: In 1999 I founded the Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Research (CeASAR) at Children’s Hospital Boston. CeASAR is a national research center that supports a full-time Director of Data Management (Sherritt), Director of Research Operations (Van Hook), Clinical Coordinator (Germak), Education Specialist (Silverman), and 1-4 Study Coordinators and Research Assistants. Part-time staff includes a PhD-level epidemiologist (Harris) and several junior faculty members (Wilson, Levy, O’Sullivan, Rojas). I currently serve as full-time Director of CeASAR. In 2002 I founded a primary care research network, the New England Partnership for Substance Abuse Research (NEPSAR), which is centered at CeASAR and includes the Adolescent Clinic at Tufts-New England Medical Center, the Pediatric Departments at Cambridge Hospital and Fallon Clinic (Worcester, MA), the Vermont Child Health Improvement Project, the Concord Family Practice (Concord, NH) and a number of school-based health centers. NEPSAR serves as the foundation for our controlled trial of screening and physician brief advice. I have also served as PI of several studies of college student drinking, and as Co-PI of several other funded studies with those I mentor. During the past seven years, I have received grant funding totalling more than $6 million and published more than 40 original scientific articles (18 first author, 21 last), 17 clinical reviews and book chapters (10 first, 7 last), and 10 chapters for the national Bright Futures Curriculum. I completed my third term on the AAP Committee on Substance Abuse and I also completed a term on the Executive Board of the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse. I have also served on six federal work groups (National Institute on Drug Abuse (3), NIAAA, President’s Office of National Drug Control Policy), and two federal grant review panels (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, NIAAA). In recognition of my leadership potential in alcohol research, in 2004 I received a K07 Academic Career Award from NIAAA.

Research
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  1. R34AA023026 (HARRIS, SION KIM) Sep 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2017
    NIH/NIAAA
    Computer adaptation of screening, brief MET intervention to reduce teen drinking
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  2. R01AA021904 (HARRIS, SION KIM) Sep 15, 2013 - May 31, 2017
    NIH/NIAAA
    Computerized alcohol screening for children and adolescents (cASCA) in primary ca
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  3. RC1DE020699 (KNIGHT, JOHN R) Sep 22, 2009 - Aug 31, 2012
    NIH/NIDCR
    Dental and medical office iMET to reduce teen tobacco, alcohol, and drug use
    Role: Principal Investigator
  4. R01DA018848 (KNIGHT, JOHN R) Sep 30, 2004 - Aug 31, 2010
    NIH/NIDA
    Screening and Brief Advice to Reduce Teen Substance Use
    Role: Principal Investigator
  5. R01DA014553 (KNIGHT, JOHN R) Jun 1, 2004 - Mar 31, 2010
    NIH/NIDA
    Medical Office Intervention for Adolescent Drug Use
    Role: Principal Investigator

Bibliographic
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  1. Knight JR, Csemy L, Sherritt L, Starostova O, Van Hook S, Bacic J, Finlay C, Tauber J, Brooks T, Kossack R, Kulig JW, Shaw J, Harris SK. Screening and Brief Advice to Reduce Adolescents' Risk of Riding With Substance-Using Drivers. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 2018 Jul; 79(4):611-616. PMID: 30079877.
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  2. Rial A, Kim-Harris S, Knight JR, Araujo M, Gómez P, Braña T, Varela J, Golpe S. Empirical validation of the CRAFFT Abuse Screening Test in a Spanish sample. Adicciones. 2018 Jan 15; 0(0):1105. PMID: 29353300.
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  3. Knight JR, Kuzubova K, Csemy L, Sherritt L, Copelas S, Harris SK. Computer-Facilitated Screening and Brief Advice to Reduce Adolescents' Heavy Episodic Drinking: A Study in Two Countries. J Adolesc Health. 2018 Jan; 62(1):118-120. PMID: 29054734.
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  4. O'Brien KHM, Knight JR, Harris SK. A Call for Social Responsibility and Suicide Risk Screening, Prevention, and Early Intervention Following the Release of the Netflix Series 13 Reasons Why. JAMA Intern Med. 2017 Oct 01; 177(10):1418-1419. PMID: 28759674.
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  5. Welsh JW, Knight JR, Hadland SE. Adolescent Frequent Heavy Drinking From 1991-2015. Pediatrics. 2017 06; 139(6). PMID: 28562297.
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  6. Welsh JW, Knight JR, Hou SS, Malowney M, Schram P, Sherritt L, Boyd JW. Association Between Substance Use Diagnoses and Psychiatric Disorders in an Adolescent and Young Adult Clinic-Based Population. J Adolesc Health. 2017 Jun; 60(6):648-652. PMID: 28202303.
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  7. Hadland SE, Knight JR, Harris SK. The Knowledge Gaps for Medical Marijuana in Pediatric Conditions. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2015 Nov-Dec; 36(9):767-8. PMID: 26535886; PMCID: PMC4648553 [Available on 11/01/16].
  8. Hadland SE, Knight JR. Brief Interventions for Alcohol Use: Where, When, and How? Pediatrics. 2015 Oct; 136(4):e1002-4. PMID: 26347439; PMCID: PMC4586734 [Available on 10/01/16].
  9. Zaman T, Malowney M, Knight J, Boyd JW. Co-Occurrence of Substance-Related and Other Mental Health Disorders Among Adolescent Cannabis Users. J Addict Med. 2015 Jul-Aug; 9(4):317-21. PMID: 26083957.
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  10. Harris SK, Knight JR, Van Hook S, Sherritt L, Brooks TL, Kulig JW, Nordt CA, Saitz R. Adolescent substance use screening in primary care: Validity of computer self-administered versus clinician-administered screening. Subst Abus. 2016; 37(1):197-203. PMID: 25774878; PMCID: PMC4573375 [Available on 01/01/17].
  11. Hadland SE, Knight JR, Harris SK. Medical marijuana: review of the science and implications for developmental-behavioral pediatric practice. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2015 Feb-Mar; 36(2):115-23. PMID: 25650954; PMCID: PMC4318349.
  12. Harris SK, Louis-Jacques J, Knight JR. Screening and brief intervention for alcohol and other abuse. Adolesc Med State Art Rev. 2014 Apr; 25(1):126-56. PMID: 25022191.
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  13. Pugatch M, Knight JR, McGuiness P, Sherritt L, Levy S. A group therapy program for opioid-dependent adolescents and their parents. Subst Abus. 2014; 35(4):435-41. PMID: 25174347.
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  14. Harris SK, Knight JR. Putting the Screen in Screening: Technology-Based Alcohol Screening and Brief Interventions in Medical Settings. Alcohol Res. 2014; 36(1):63-79. PMID: 26259001; PMCID: PMC4432859.
  15. Louis-Jacques J, Knight JR, Sherritt L, Van Hook S, Harris SK. Do risky friends change the efficacy of a primary care brief intervention for adolescent alcohol use? J Adolesc Health. 2014 Apr; 54(4):449-53. PMID: 24216313.
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  16. Boyd JW, Knight JR. Ethical and managerial considerations regarding state physician health programs. J Addict Med. 2012 Dec; 6(4):243-6. PMID: 23070127.
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  17. Harris SK, Csémy L, Sherritt L, Starostova O, Van Hook S, Johnson J, Boulter S, Brooks T, Carey P, Kossack R, Kulig JW, Van Vranken N, Knight JR. Computer-facilitated substance use screening and brief advice for teens in primary care: an international trial. Pediatrics. 2012 Jun; 129(6):1072-82. PMID: 22566420; PMCID: PMC3362902.
  18. Levy S, Knight JR, Moore T, Weinstein Z, Sherritt L, Weiss RD. Acceptability of drug testing in an outpatient substance abuse program for adolescents. J Adolesc Health. 2011 Mar; 48(3):229-33. PMID: 21338892; PMCID: PMC3052946.
  19. Harris SK, Sherritt L, Van Hook S, Wechsler H, Knight JR. Alcohol policy enforcement and changes in student drinking rates in a statewide public college system: a follow-up study. Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy. 2010 Aug 04; 5:18. PMID: 20684777; PMCID: PMC2924849.
  20. Hassan A, Csemy L, Rappo MA, Knight JR. Adolescent substance abuse around the world: an international perspective. Adolesc Med State Art Rev. 2009 Dec; 20(3):915-29, ix. PMID: 20653209.
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  21. Hassan A, Harris SK, Sherritt L, Van Hook S, Brooks T, Carey P, Kossack R, Kulig J, Knight JR. Primary care follow-up plans for adolescents with substance use problems. Pediatrics. 2009 Jul; 124(1):144-50. PMID: 19564294; PMCID: PMC4103426.
  22. Levy S, Sherritt L, Gabrielli J, Shrier LA, Knight JR. Screening adolescents for substance use-related high-risk sexual behaviors. J Adolesc Health. 2009 Nov; 45(5):473-7. PMID: 19837353.
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  23. Sanchez-Samper X, Knight JR. Drug abuse by adolescents: general considerations. Pediatr Rev. 2009 Mar; 30(3):83-92; quiz 93. PMID: 19255122.
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  24. Harris SK, Sherritt LR, Holder DW, Kulig J, Shrier LA, Knight JR. Reliability and validity of the brief multidimensional measure of religiousness/spirituality among adolescents. J Relig Health. 2008 Dec; 47(4):438-57. PMID: 19093673.
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  25. Wilson CR, Harris SK, Sherritt L, Lawrence N, Glotzer D, Shaw JS, Knight JR. Parental alcohol screening in pediatric practices. Pediatrics. 2008 Nov; 122(5):e1022-9. PMID: 18977952.
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  26. Levy S, Williams JF, Knight JR. Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment for adolescents: companion clinical case. J Addict Med. 2008; 2(4):222-6. PMID: 21768992.
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  27. Levy S, Knight JR. Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment for adolescents. J Addict Med. 2008; 2(4):215-21. PMID: 21768991.
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  28. Mears CJ, Knight JR. The role of schools in combating illicit substance abuse. Pediatrics. 2007 Dec; 120(6):1379-84. PMID: 18055689.
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  29. Rojas NL, Sherrit L, Harris S, Knight JR. The role of parental consent in adolescent substance use research. J Adolesc Health. 2008 Feb; 42(2):192-7. PMID: 18207098.
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  30. Knight JR, Harris SK, Sherritt L, Van Hook S, Lawrence N, Brooks T, Carey P, Kossack R, Kulig J. Prevalence of positive substance abuse screen results among adolescent primary care patients. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2007 Nov; 161(11):1035-41. PMID: 17984404.
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  31. Knight JR, Levy S. The national debate on drug testing in schools. J Adolesc Health. 2007 Nov; 41(5):419-20. PMID: 17950160.
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  32. Knight JR, Hugenberger GP. On forgiveness. South Med J. 2007 Apr; 100(4):420-1. PMID: 17458413.
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  33. Levy S, Sherritt L, Vaughan BL, Germak M, Knight JR. Results of random drug testing in an adolescent substance abuse program. Pediatrics. 2007 Apr; 119(4):e843-8. PMID: 17403828.
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  34. Knight JR, Sherritt L, Harris SK, Holder DW, Kulig J, Shrier LA, Gabrielli J, Chang G. Alcohol use and religiousness/spirituality among adolescents. South Med J. 2007 Apr; 100(4):349-55. PMID: 17458392.
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  35. Levy S, Vaughan BL, Angulo M, Knight JR. Buprenorphine replacement therapy for adolescents with opioid dependence: early experience from a children's hospital-based outpatient treatment program. J Adolesc Health. 2007 May; 40(5):477-82. PMID: 17448411.
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  36. Knight JR, Mears CJ. Testing for drugs of abuse in children and adolescents: addendum--testing in schools and at home. Pediatrics. 2007 Mar; 119(3):627-30. PMID: 17332219.
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  37. Van Hook S, Harris SK, Brooks T, Carey P, Kossack R, Kulig J, Knight JR. The "Six T's": barriers to screening teens for substance abuse in primary care. J Adolesc Health. 2007 May; 40(5):456-61. PMID: 17448404.
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  38. Knight JR, Harris SK, Sherritt L, Van Hook S, Lawrence N, Brooks T, Carey P, Kossack R, Kulig J. Adolescents' preference for substance abuse screening in primary care practice. Subst Abus. 2007; 28(4):107-17. PMID: 18077307.
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  39. Knight JR, Sanchez LT, Sherritt L, Bresnahan LR, Fromson JA. Outcomes of a monitoring program for physicians with mental and behavioral health problems. J Psychiatr Pract. 2007 Jan; 13(1):25-32. PMID: 17242589.
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  40. Hertz JA, Knight JR. Prescription drug misuse: a growing national problem. Adolesc Med Clin. 2006 Oct; 17(3):751-69; abstract xiii. PMID: 17030290.
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  41. Levy S, Harris SK, Sherritt L, Angulo M, Knight JR. Drug testing of adolescents in general medical clinics, in school and at home: physician attitudes and practices. J Adolesc Health. 2006 Apr; 38(4):336-42. PMID: 16549293.
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  42. Levy S, Harris SK, Sherritt L, Angulo M, Knight JR. Drug testing of adolescents in ambulatory medicine: physician practices and knowledge. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2006 Feb; 160(2):146-50. PMID: 16461869.
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  43. Burke PJ, Da Silva JD, Vaughan BL, Knight JR. Training high school counselors on the use of motivational interviewing to screen for substance abuse. Subst Abus. 2005 Dec; 26(3-4):31-4. PMID: 16837410.
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  44. Wilson CR, Sherritt L, Knight JR. Teaching Residents about Child Neglect and Parental Alcoholism: A Controlled Pilot Study. Med Educ Online. 2005 Dec; 10(1):4381. PMID: 28253138.
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  45. Knight JR, Sherritt L, Van Hook S, Gates EC, Levy S, Chang G. Motivational interviewing for adolescent substance use: a pilot study. J Adolesc Health. 2005 Aug; 37(2):167-9. PMID: 16026730.
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  46. Bridgemohan CF, Levy S, Veluz AK, Knight JR. Teaching paediatric residents about learning disorders: use of standardised case discussion versus multimedia computer tutorial. Med Educ. 2005 Aug; 39(8):797-806. PMID: 16048622.
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  47. Chang G, Sherritt L, Knight JR. Adolescent cigarette smoking and mental health symptoms. J Adolesc Health. 2005 Jun; 36(6):517-22. PMID: 15901517.
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  48. Wolraich ML, Wibbelsman CJ, Brown TE, Evans SW, Gotlieb EM, Knight JR, Ross EC, Shubiner HH, Wender EH, Wilens T. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder among adolescents: a review of the diagnosis, treatment, and clinical implications. Pediatrics. 2005 Jun; 115(6):1734-46. PMID: 15930238.
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  49. McCabe SE, Teter CJ, Boyd CJ, Knight JR, Wechsler H. Nonmedical use of prescription opioids among U.S. college students: prevalence and correlates from a national survey. Addict Behav. 2005 May; 30(4):789-805. PMID: 15833582.
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  50. McCabe SE, Knight JR, Teter CJ, Wechsler H. Non-medical use of prescription stimulants among US college students: prevalence and correlates from a national survey. Addiction. 2005 Jan; 100(1):96-106. PMID: 15598197.
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  51. Wilson CR, Sherritt L, Gates E, Knight JR. Are clinical impressions of adolescent substance use accurate? Pediatrics. 2004 Nov; 114(5):e536-40. PMID: 15520086.
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  52. Knight JR. A 35-year-old physician with opioid dependence. JAMA. 2004 Sep 15; 292(11):1351-7. PMID: 15367558.
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  53. Roth EJ, Barreto P, Sherritt L, Palfrey JS, Risko W, Knight JR. A new, experiential curriculum in child advocacy for pediatric residents. Ambul Pediatr. 2004 Sep-Oct; 4(5):418-23. PMID: 15369412.
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  54. Levy S, Sherritt L, Harris SK, Gates EC, Holder DW, Kulig JW, Knight JR. Test-retest reliability of adolescents' self-report of substance use. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2004 Aug; 28(8):1236-41. PMID: 15318123.
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  55. Levy S, Van Hook S, Knight J. A review of Internet-based home drug-testing products for parents. Pediatrics. 2004 Apr; 113(4):720-6. PMID: 15060218.
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  56. Knight JR, Harris SK, Sherritt L, Kelley K, Van Hook S, Wechsler H. Heavy drinking and alcohol policy enforcement in a statewide public college system. J Stud Alcohol. 2003 Sep; 64(5):696-703. PMID: 14572192.
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  57. Shrier LA, Harris SK, Kurland M, Knight JR. Substance use problems and associated psychiatric symptoms among adolescents in primary care. Pediatrics. 2003 Jun; 111(6 Pt 1):e699-705. PMID: 12777588.
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  58. Brooks TL, Woods ER, Knight JR, Shrier LA. Body modification and substance use in adolescents: is there a link? J Adolesc Health. 2003 Jan; 32(1):44-9. PMID: 12507800.
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  59. Knight JR, Sherritt L, Harris SK, Gates EC, Chang G. Validity of brief alcohol screening tests among adolescents: a comparison of the AUDIT, POSIT, CAGE, and CRAFFT. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2003 Jan; 27(1):67-73. PMID: 12544008.
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  60. Knight JR, Sherritt L, Shrier LA, Harris SK, Chang G. Validity of the CRAFFT substance abuse screening test among adolescent clinic patients. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2002 Jun; 156(6):607-14. PMID: 12038895.
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  61. Rigotti NA, Regan S, Majchrzak NE, Knight JR, Wechsler H. Tobacco use by Massachusetts public college students: long term effect of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program. Tob Control. 2002 Jun; 11 Suppl 2:ii20-4. PMID: 12034976; PMCID: PMC1766073.
  62. Knight JR, Wechsler H, Kuo M, Seibring M, Weitzman ER, Schuckit MA. Alcohol abuse and dependence among U.S. college students. J Stud Alcohol. 2002 May; 63(3):263-70. PMID: 12086126.
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  63. Levy S, Vaughan BL, Knight JR. Office-based intervention for adolescent substance abuse. Pediatr Clin North Am. 2002 Apr; 49(2):329-43. PMID: 11993286.
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  64. Knight JR, Sanchez LT, Sherritt L, Bresnahan LR, Silveria JM, Fromson JA. Monitoring physician drug problems: attitudes of participants. J Addict Dis. 2002; 21(4):27-36. PMID: 12296499.
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  65. Knight JR, Goodman E, Pulerwitz T, DuRant RH. Reliability of the Problem Oriented Screening Instrument for Teenagers (POSIT) in adolescent medical practice. J Adolesc Health. 2001 Aug; 29(2):125-30. PMID: 11472871.
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  66. Knight JR. The role of the primary care provider in preventing and treating alcohol problems in adolescents. Ambul Pediatr. 2001 May-Jun; 1(3):150-61. PMID: 11888392.
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  67. Knight JR, Frazer CH, Goodman E, Blaschke GS, Bravender TD, Emans SJ. Development of a Bright Futures curriculum for pediatric residents. Ambul Pediatr. 2001 May-Jun; 1(3):136-40. PMID: 11888390.
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  68. Knight JR, Palacios J, Shannon M. Unanticipated reactions to a recent report on alcohol problems among pediatric residents. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2000 Jun; 154(6):635. PMID: 10850517.
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  69. Knight JR, Goodman E, Pulerwitz T, DuRant RH. Reliabilities of short substance abuse screening tests among adolescent medical patients. Pediatrics. 2000 Apr; 105(4 Pt 2):948-53. PMID: 10742352.
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  70. Bravender T, Goodman E, Knight J, Frazer C, Luoni M, Blaschke G, Emans SJ. Case-based teaching in adolescent medicine. J Adolesc Health. 2000 Apr; 26(4):241-2. PMID: 10798853.
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  71. Knight JR, Palacios JN, Shannon M. Prevalence of alcohol problems among pediatric residents. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1999 Nov; 153(11):1181-3. PMID: 10555722.
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  72. Frazer C, Emans SJ, Goodman E, Luoni M, Bravender T, Knight J. Teaching residents about development and behavior: meeting the new challenge. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1999 Nov; 153(11):1190-4. PMID: 10555724.
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  73. Knight JR, Shrier LA, Bravender TD, Farrell M, Vander Bilt J, Shaffer HJ. A new brief screen for adolescent substance abuse. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1999 Jun; 153(6):591-6. PMID: 10357299.
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  74. Emans SJ, Bravender T, Knight J, Frazer C, Luoni M, Berkowitz C, Armstrong E, Goodman E. Adolescent medicine training in pediatric residency programs: are we doing a good job? Pediatrics. 1998 Sep; 102(3 Pt 1):588-95. PMID: 9738181.
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  75. Bravender T, Knight JR. Recent patterns of use and associated risks of illicit drug use in adolescents. Curr Opin Pediatr. 1998 Aug; 10(4):344-9. PMID: 9757357.
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  76. Durant RH, Knight J, Goodman E. Factors associated with aggressive and delinquent behaviors among patients attending an adolescent medicine clinic. J Adolesc Health. 1997 Nov; 21(5):303-8. PMID: 9358293.
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  77. Goodman E, Knight JR, DuRant RH. Use of the Life Optimism Test among adolescents in a clinical setting: a report of reliability testing. J Adolesc Health. 1997 Oct; 21(4):218-20. PMID: 9304451.
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  78. Vaughn BL, Knight JR. Self-induced vomiting as a presentation of abdominal mass. Pediatrics. 1997 May; 99(5):731-3. PMID: 9113952.
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