Results of the 2020 CPDD Membership Survey: We Are More Diverse Than Suggested by Earlier Survey Approaches

Hood C, Garcia-Romeu A, Moreland A, Fields S, Henningfield JE, Correa-Fernandez V, de Dios M, Heads A, Hudzik T, Regan R, Skinstad A.

Efforts to advance equity, inclusion, and diversity within CPDD are vital to increasing innovation and excellence in addiction science and relevance to societal and public health needs. This project examines openended responses aimed at characterizing diversity and inclusion within CPDD’s membership

Presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence 83rd Annual Scientific Virtual Meeting, June 21–24, 2021