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Identifying Risk Factors for Prenatal Substance and Polysubstance Use

The overarching goal of this K01 study is to identify recent trends in prenatal substance use and develop data-driven, evidence-based, generalizable predictive models to identify women at greatest risk for continued substance use in pregnancy. Specifically, we aim to: 1) Comprehensively establish trends in prenatal substance and polysubstance use (2009-2017); 2) Develop predictive statistical models of clinical and demographic characteristics to identify women at greatest risk for continuing to use substances during pregnancy; and 3) Conduct qualitative interviews with women who quit vs. persisted in substance use during pregnancy.

Investigator: Young-Wolff, Kelly

Funder: National Institute on Drug Abuse

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