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Schnoll, SH, and J. Finch. Medical Education for Pain and Addiction: Making Progress Toward Answering a Need. J, Law, Medical and Ethics, 1994, 22 (3): 252-256.

Wilford, BW, J. Finch, J. Czechowicz, and D. Warren. An Overview of Prescription Drug Abuse: Misuse and Defining the Problem and Seeking Solutions. J. of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 1994, 22 (3): 197-203.

Finch, J. Prescription Drug Abuse. Primary Care Clinics of North America. 1993, 20 (1).

Fleming, M., K. Clark, A. Davis, R. Brown, and J. Finch, et al. A National Model of Faculty Development in Addiction Medicine. Academic Medicine, 1992; 67 (10): 691-693.

Finch, J. and K.L. Barry. Substance Use in Older Adults. Addiction Disorders, Editors: Fleming, MF, and Barry, K.L. Mosby Year Book, St. Louis, Mo. 1992.

Brown, R.L. and J. Finch. Family medicine's goal for substance abuse and AMERSA. AMERSA: Substance Abuse 1988; 9 (4): 185-188.

Broadhead, W.E., N.E. Clapp-Channing, and J. Finch, et al. Effects of medical illness and somatic symptoms on treatment of depression in a family medicine residency practice. Gen Hosp Psychiatry 1989; 11: 194-200. 

Parkerson, G.R. Jr., J.L. Michener, L.R. Wi, J. Finch, W.E. Broadhead, L.H. Muhlbaier, and K. Magruder-Habib, et al. The effect of a telephone family assessment intervention on the functional health of patients with elevated family stress. Med Care 1989; 27 (2): 680-693.

Parkerson, G.R. Jr., J.L. Michener, L.R. Wu, J. Finch, L.H. Muhlbaier, and K. Magruder-Habib, et al. Associations among family support, family stress, and personal functional health status. J Clin Epidemiol 1989; 42 (3) 217-229.