Registry of tea users
Accumulation of data from TEA implementation in research and clinical practice across the United States and from countries around the world will continue to build a large pool of standardized data that tracks progress in treatment and recovery among patients with substance use disorders. The diversity of settings, clinicians, and patient populations offers broad lessons learned. To help achieve this potential, we encourage clinicians and researchers who use the TEA to explore ways to combine their de-identified data to facilitate characterization of trends in treatment effects and recovery processes. Merging TEA-based data sets will enable interested researchers to address research questions that would exceed the scope of data from a single site.
If you are interested in being listed in the Registry of TEA Users, to potentially advance this effort, please complete the contact field below.