POATS

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POATSPrescription Opioid Addiction Treatment Study
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Subsequent parsing of the POATS data showed that the subgroup of people who were using heroin rather than prescription pills and who actually attended at least 60% of their counseling sessions did better than if they were randomized to no counseling.
With 653 patients, POATS was the largest study ever conducted for prescription opioid dependence and sought to determine the value of added drug counseling to buprenorphine-naloxone treatment, and determine the optimal length of buprenorphine-naloxone treatment for these particular patients.
[28.] Feldstein HS Flora CB and SV Poats The Gender Variable in Agricultural Research, Manuscript Report 225e, IDRC, Ottawa.
Poats is a professor in the Department of Education Administration and Foundations and Director of Certification at Texas Southern University.
Yet as researchers learned the importance of local conflicts over water, and local people became more involved, the Consortium extended its boundaries to consider the higher elevation Paramo wetlands (Poats et al.
Ac = 1.173 + 0.9102 lagac + 0.061122 pwheat + 0.1776 pbarl (0.8649) (10.49 **) (1.5425) (2.1843 *) - 0.1736 poats - 0.11089 pbeef (-2.4385 *) (-3.0261 *) [R.sub.2]adj = 0.9578 Durbin'sh = -1.5132 Implied Elasticity = 0.679 * = significant at a 1 percent level of confidence; ** = significant at a 1 percent level of confidence where: ac is the current year's acreage of wheat; lagac is the previous year's acreage of wheat; pwheat is the current price of wheat; pbarl is the current price of barley; poats is the current price of oats; and pbeef is the current price of beef.
Dave Walder, Jonny Wilkinson's replacement, took too long with a clearance kick under his own poats in the first minute,.
For information, contact Mary Poats, (703) 292-5171, mpoats@nsf.gov, or Kishan Baheti, rbaheti@nsf.gov.
It was found, for example, that women reject a technology if that implies more work and less income for them, or if the husband keeps the extra earnings for himself (Feldstein and Poats, 1989).
Even though much of this disparity results from differences in domestic labor hours--31 hours a week for women and 4 for men--a significant difference was also observed in agricultural labor hours: 26 a week for women and 12 for men (Henn, in Poats et al.
[2.] Feldstein HS, Poats SV and K Cloud Conceptual Framework for Gender Analysis in Farming S ystems Research and Extension In: Feldstein HS and SV Poats (Eds.) Gender and Agriculture: Case Studies in Intra-household Analysis, Kumarian Press, West Hartford,CT,1989; 25-40.