Mark Duncan, MD

Personal Statement

I practice adult general psychiatry at the UW Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic. In addition, I am a specialist in addiction psychiatry offering both consultation and ongoing care for substance use disorders. I also provide ongoing psychiatric consultation for primary care clinics across the Puget Sound region through the UW Division of Population Health, which is a special interest of mine. Additionally, I am a study physician in the NIH-funded Harm Reduction with Pharmacotherapy study, testing extended release naltrexone and harm reduction counseling to reduce alcohol-related harm and improve quality of life among homeless individuals with alcohol dependence. I am board-certified in both family medicine, general psychiatry, addiction psychiatry, although I am not currently practicing family medicine.

Education

Rush University Medical education, 2006
West Suburban Medical Center Residency, Family Medicine
UWMC - Pharmacy Oncology Residency Fellowship, Addiction Psychiatry
University of Washington - School of Medicine Residency, Psychiatry

Department Affiliations

Substance use treatment integration in primary care settings; substance use in underserved populations.​

Recent Publications

The Next Stage of Buprenorphine Care for Opioid Use Disorder.
(2019 Jun 4)
Ann Intern Med 170(11): 820-821
Duncan MH, Ratzliff AD, Powers DM, Banta-Green CJ, Saxon AJ

Addiction disorders.
(2014 Sep)
Med Clin North Am 98(5): 1097-122
Merrill JO, Duncan MH

Harm reduction with pharmacotherapy for homeless people with alcohol dependence: protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
(2014 Jul)
Contemp Clin Trials 38(2): 221-34
Collins SE, Saxon AJ, Duncan MH, Smart BF, Merrill JO, Malone DK, Jackson TR, Clifasefi SL, Joesch J, Ries RK

Extended-release naltrexone and harm reduction counseling for chronically homeless people with alcohol dependence.
(2015)
Subst Abus 36(1): 21-33
Collins SE, Duncan MH, Smart BF, Saxon AJ, Malone DK, Jackson TR, Ries RK

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