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The Coalition Against Typhoid: Mobilizing a Community for a Global Fight.

Typhoid became a low priority on the global public health agenda when it was largely eliminated from developed countries in the 1940s. However, communities in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa continue to bear the brunt of the disease burden. One strategy to increase attention and coordinate action is the creation of a coalition to act as a steward for typhoid. The Coalition against Typhoid (CaT) was created in 2010 with the mission of preventing typhoid among vulnerable populations through research, educat...

The perils of medico-legal advocacy in ICU conflicts at the end of life: A qualitative study of what happens when advocacy and best interests collide.

An unexplored aspect of conflicts and conflict resolution in the ICU at EOL is the role of advocacy in both medicine and law.

Association of Buprenorphine-Waivered Physician Supply With Buprenorphine Treatment Use and Prescription Opioid Use in Medicaid Enrollees.

Expanding treatment for opioid addiction has been recognized as an essential component of a comprehensive national response to the opioid epidemic. The Drug Addiction Treatment Act and its amendments attempted to improve access to treatment by involving office-based physicians in the provision of buprenorphine treatment.

Opioid addiction, opioid addiction treatment, and HIV infection.

Available data indicate that opioid substitution treatment can successfully reduce rates of HIV transmission and that patients receiving such treatment can adhere to therapies for HIV, hepatitis C, and tuberculosis infection. Integration of opioid substitution treatment into the HIV clinic setting can make such treatment easier and improve retention in treatment. This article summarizes a presentation by R. Douglas Bruce, MD, MA, MS, at the IAS-USA continuing education program held in Chicago, Illinois, in ...

Psychotherapy and Advocacy: Four Freedoms as Fundamental Patient Rights.

This column differentiates the role of psychotherapist from the role of advocate for our patients. It introduces and provides an overview of areas worthy of advocacy efforts that are encapsulated as Four Freedoms that are inalienable rights of those struggling with the burden of mental disorders: freedom from stigma, freedom from dehumanizing treatment, freedom to pursue recovery, and freedom of access to effective, medically necessary treatment.

Comparative efficacy and acceptability of psychosocial interventions for individuals with cocaine and amphetamine addiction: A systematic review and network meta-analysis.

Clinical guidelines recommend psychosocial interventions for cocaine and/or amphetamine addiction as first-line treatment, but it is still unclear which intervention, if any, should be offered first. We aimed to estimate the comparative effectiveness of all available psychosocial interventions (alone or in combination) for the short- and long-term treatment of people with cocaine and/or amphetamine addiction.

"If walls could talk": A photo-elicitation-based observation of service users' perceptions of the care setting and of its influence on the therapeutic alliance in addiction treatment.

A good quality therapeutic alliance is central to the support and treatment of people who use psychoactive substances. Although previous research has suggested that place has an important role in sustaining the therapeutic alliance, this issue has been insufficiently explored in the field of addiction treatment. We conducted a qualitative study using photo-elicitation and interviewing service users in an outpatient addiction treatment centre. They reported both strongly positive and negative perceptions of ...

Case Report: 28-year-old Woman With Opioid Use Disorder Delivers Healthy Baby While in Custody: Addressing Forced Detox.

Opioid agonist treatment (OAT) in pregnancy reduces overdose risk, drug use, increases prenatal care engagement, and improves birth outcomes. Yet many pregnant women lack access to adequate treatment. OAT, while incarcerated, reduces subsequent overdose risk, improves continuation to treatment on release, and reduces recidivism. Yet most correction facilities do not follow evidence-based guidelines for treatment, resulting in destabilization and overdose. This case is unique in illustrating 1 example of a p...

Death Ambivalence and Treatment Seeking: Suicidality in Opiate Addiction.

Rates of suicide and opiate overdose have recently skyrocketed in the United States. In light of impulsivity and impaired motivation common in people with substance use disorders, suicidality is common in addiction.

Nurse Knowledge and Engagement in Health Policy Making: Findings From a Pilot Study.

Although nurses constitute the largest segment of the health care workforce in the United States, their participation in all levels of health policy advocacy remains low. We surveyed practicing nurses on their current knowledge about health policy advocacy, current and desired involvement in health policy advocacy, and desired components in a continuing education program on health policy advocacy. One hundred eighteen nurses responded to the e-mail solicitation, and 84 (71%) of those nurses were eligible. T...

Treatment of Kratom Withdrawal and Addiction With Buprenorphine.

: In this article, we describe a middle-aged woman with a history of addiction to opioid medications who eventually became dependent on kratom. Her kratom-related withdrawal symptoms responded to a trial of buprenorphine-naloxone. Subsequently, she was maintained on this medication.

Impact of Medicaid Restrictions on Availability of Buprenorphine in Addiction Treatment Programs.

To examine how utilization restrictions on state Medicaid benefits for buprenorphine are related to addiction treatment programs' decision to offer the drug.

Deep Brain Stimulation of Nucleus Accumbens for Methamphetamine Addiction: Two Case Reports.

Methamphetamine (MA) addiction is one of the most prevalent socioeconomic and health problems worldwide. In recent years, deep brain stimulation (DBS) has increasingly been used for the treatment of addiction. This study reports on two MA-dependent patients who received DBS of the nucleus accumbens (NAc). During the approximately two-year follow-up period, one patient (A) remained abstinent and presented with positive emotional experiences, while the other (B) had no significant psychobehavioral changes dur...

Diagnosis and Therapy of Internet Addiction.

Internet dependence, especially online computer games, social networks and online pornography, is increasingly understood as a behavioral addiction. Addiction criteria, as used in the diagnosis of substance-related addiction disorders, have also proven effective in these cases. Prevalence estimates for Germany assume a frequency of around 1%, although the proportion in younger populations is already significantly higher and is therefore expected to increase for the time being. In diagnosis and treatment, co...

Letter to Editor: Can Mainstreaming Surgery Advocacy into NCD Advocacy Help Us Overcome the NCD Epidemic?

Cognitive enhancers as a treatment for heroin relapse and addiction.

Heroin addiction is a disorder that stems from maladaptive plasticity within neural circuits and produces broad cognitive deficits. Despite considerable advances in psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy for heroin relapse and addiction, effective treatments for heroin use disorder are still lacking. Increasing preclinical evidence indicates that heroin seeking behavior is persistent after withdrawal, while cognitive dysfunctions associated with chronic heroin use are an important contributing factor to risk of ...

Receipt of Timely Addiction Treatment and Association of Early Medication Treatment With Retention in Care Among Youths With Opioid Use Disorder.

Retention in addiction treatment is associated with reduced mortality for individuals with opioid use disorder (OUD). Although clinical trials support use of OUD medications among youths (adolescents and young adults), data on timely receipt of buprenorphine hydrochloride, naltrexone hydrochloride, and methadone hydrochloride and its association with retention in care in real-world treatment settings are lacking.

Women's experiences of a randomised controlled trial of a specialist psychological advocacy intervention following domestic violence: A nested qualitative study.

Women's experience of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) is associated with mental illness which may not be addressed by domestic violence advocacy. The study aimed to compare the experiences of women receiving a psychological intervention with women receiving usual advocacy in a randomized controlled trial (PATH: Psychological Advocacy Towards Healing), to illuminate the trial results by exploring women's experiences of benefits and difficulties.

Assessing Vaccine Contraindications Through the Use of the Immunization Action Coalition Screening Checklist.

Immunization action coalition (IAC) provides a checklist that occupational health nurses use to screen for vaccine contraindications to identify and prevent possible adverse effects.

Characteristics and Prescribing Practices of Clinicians Recently Waivered to Prescribe Buprenorphine for the Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder.

Expanding access to medication-assisted treatment with buprenorphine is a cornerstone of the opioid crisis response; yet, buprenorphine remains underutilized. Research has identified multiple barriers to prescribing buprenorphine. This study aimed to examine clinician characteristics, prescribing practices, and barriers and incentives to prescribing buprenorphine among clinicians with a federal Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 (DATA) waiver to prescribe buprenorphine for opioid use disorder treatment.

Pellagra and Alcohol Dependence Syndrome: Findings From a Tertiary Care Addiction Treatment Centre in India.

To define the prevalence and clinical presentation of pellagra, a multi-systemic disease caused by the deficiency of niacin, in patients admitted to a tertiary addiction treatment centre in southern India, with alcohol dependence syndrome (ADS)-(ICD10).

Substance Abuse in Pregnancy.

Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Like many other chronic diseases, addiction often involves cycles of relapse and remission. It is key that clinicians understand it as such and treat it appropriately with evidence-based interventions including medication-assisted treatment.

Theta-gamma Coupling in the Prelimbic Area is Associated with Heroin Addiction.

The medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) is implicated in the regulation of drug-seeking behavior, but the specific contributions of the mPFC prelimbic (PL) subdivision and the precise mechanisms underlying heroin abuse remain largely unclear. In the present study, we examined changes in the rhythmic ensemble activity of PL neurons after induction of heroin addiction in rats. Rats were injected daily with saline (control group) or heroin (addiction group) in the light chamber of a light-dark shuttle box, and a v...

Therapeutics development for addiction: Orexin-1 receptor antagonists.

The orexin system includes the neuropeptides orexin-A and -B and the cognate receptors of orexin-1 (OX1) and -2 (OX2) and has been indicated in a number of important physiological processes. It is generally accepted that the OX1 receptor is mainly involved in motivation and reward and the OX2 receptor in the modulation of sleep/wake cycle and energy homeostasis. A variety of OX1 selective antagonists (1-SORAs) have been disclosed in the literature and some of them have been evaluated as potential therapeuti...

Prevalence and Disclosure of Potential Conflicts of Interest in Dermatology Patient Advocacy Organizations.

Patient advocacy organizations are nonprofit organizations that represent patients with medical conditions. Although these organizations may increase disease awareness and influence health care policy, reports have suggested financial relationships between organizations and drug, device, and biotechnology companies, which may lead to potential conflicts of interest. The extent of these conflicts has not been explored among patient advocacy organizations in dermatology.

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