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This work was supported, in part, by a National Institutes of Health career development award to Dr. Adams (K23 DA038257) and, in part, by the Indiana University Addictions Grand Challenge. We thank Drs. Tamika Zapolski, Leslie Hulvershorn, and Matthew Aalsma for their constructive feedback on earlier drafts of this commentary.
The Pediatric Policy Council
Scott Denne, Pediatric Policy Council, Washington, DC, USA; Mona Patel, Academic Pediatric Association, McLean, VA, USA; Jean Raphael, Academic Pediatric Association, McLean, VA, USA; Jonathan Davis, American Pediatric Society, Washington, DC, USA; DeWayne Pursley, American Pediatric Society, Washington, DC, USA; Tina Cheng, Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs, Washington, DC, USA; Michael Artman, Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs, Washington, DC, USA; Shetal Shah, Society for Pediatric Research, The Woodlands, TX, USA; and Joyce Javier, Society for Pediatric Research, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
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Adams, Z.W., Denne, S.C. & On behalf of the Pediatric Policy Council. Improving care for adolescents with substance use disorder: more than screening. Pediatr Res 89, 720–721 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-020-01314-4