Ann Cotton

Personal Statement

I am a Clinical Psychologist working in the Addiction Treatment Center, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, Seattle Division since 2000. I work primarily on the Opiate Use DIsorder treamtent team (ATC Team 1) with both male and female Veterans on pharmacological maintenance therapy (methadone, buprenorphine, or naloxone).  I am on faculty for the Seattle VA Psychology Training Program, Seattle VA CESATE Multidisciplinary Fellowship Program, and UW Psychiatry Residency Program as a clincal supervisor for psychotherapy.

Recent Publications

Nutrition Therapy in the Critically Injured Adult Patient: A Western Trauma Association Critical Decisions Algorithm.
(2021 Jun 22)
J Trauma Acute Care Surg
Hartwell JL, Peck KA, Ley EJ, Brown CV, Moore EE, Sperry JL, Rizzo AG, Rosen NG, Brasel KJ, Weinberg J, de Moya MA, Inaba K, Cotton A, Martin MJ

Early Achievement of Enteral Nutrition Protein Goals by Intensive Care Unit Day 4 is Associated With Fewer Complications in Critically Injured Adults.
(2019 Nov 25)
Ann Surg
Hartwell JL, Cotton A, Wenos CD, Timsina L, Zarzaur BL, Rozycki G

Optimizing Nutrition for the Surgical Patient: An Evidenced Based Update to Dispel Five Common Myths in Surgical Nutrition Care.
(2018 Jun 1)
Am Surg 84(6): 831-835
Hartwell JL, Cotton A, Rozycki G

Methadone "callbacks" within a veterans affairs opioid treatment program: Detecting methadone misuse.
(2017 Jan)
Am J Addict 26(1): 50-52
Cotton AJ, Shipley LJ, Glynn LH, Tracy J, Saxon AJ

Nutrition support therapy in acute kidney injury: distinguishing dogma from good practice.
(2009 Aug)
Curr Gastroenterol Rep 11(4): 325-31
Gervasio JM, Cotton AB

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