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Our project has two overarching goals. 1) We will use newly developed positron emission tomography (PET) technology to investigate the dopaminergic neurochemistry of drugs of abuse including marijuana, traditional cigarettes, and cocaine, and 2) We will extend our PET technology to an additional neurotransmitter system - namely, the opioid-ergic system, using the same drugs of abuse.
This protocol seizes this rare scientific opportunity to test an integrative family based model to address youths' coexisting substance abuse and trauma in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The study would address a number of gaps in the current evidence base related to understanding and treating comorbid teen drug abuse and trauma that may be initiated or exacerbated in the wake of disasters such as Hurricane Katrina. This study would compare two promising interventions for youth...
Substance abuse remain critical problems in both developed and developing countries. Under privileged communities where health and economic system is weakest, use of drugs and illicit substances starts during adolescence and young adulthood. This not just affect physical development, mental health and social integration, but also family formation and stability, deviant behaviour, sexual behaviour and involvement, educational pursuits, livelihood pursuits. Therefore, emphasises ...
The primary purpose of the project entitled: Multidisciplinary Approach to Reduce Injury and Substance Abuse, which is funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (5R01DA026088-02), is to compare the effectiveness of brief intervention, brief intervention plus a booster, and brief advice for adult patients who abuse drugs and present to a trauma department for treatment of an injury.
The primary objective of this study is to compare the relative abuse potential of two different doses of orally administered Acurox Tablets to orally administered immediate-release (IR) oxycodone HCl tablets in non-dependent recreational opioid users.
The purpose of this study is to determine the relative abuse potential of ramelteon, once daily (QD), compared to triazolam in subjects with a history of drug abuse.
The purpose of this study is to assess the abuse potential of study drug lasmiditan. Lasmiditan will be compared to a marketed benzodiazepine, alprazolam (positive control), as well as to placebo (dummy substance that looks like lasmiditan or alprazolam without any active drug) to determine the potential for drug abuse. The dosages will be in tablet form and will be taken orally (by mouth). This study will last about 55 days, including screening. Screening will occur within 2...
This placebo- and active controlled study will investigate the abuse potential of ACT-541468 in healthy recreational drug users
The planned randomized clinical trial will longitudinally test a tailored, web-based drug abuse prevention program with a nationwide sample of 15- to 17-year-old sexual minority youth (youth who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or unsure of their sexual orientation).
In a randomized controlled trial, patients recruited in a general hospital and fulfilling criteria for regular consumption (more than 60 days within the last three months), dependence or abuse of prescription drugs will be randomly allocated to two conditions:(1) Intervention group consisting of two counselling sessions based on Motivational Interviewing plus a personalized feedback, (2) Control group receiving a booklet on health behavior. Outcome assessment will be conducted...
Purpose of the project is to examine the effectiveness of Reinforcement-Based Treatment (RBT) on drug abuse and psychosocial outcomes of iner city opiate abusers who have recently completed a brief detoxification.
A randomized, double blind clinical trial comparing buprenorphine and naltrexone maintenance treatment when combined with drug abuse and HIV risk reduction counseling (DC-HIV) for heroin and opium addicts in Iran.
This project seeks to understand how individuals respond to financial incentive programs for wellness care. In a randomized controlled trial among customers with care gaps, the investigators will experimentally compare the impacts of incentives for gap closure (gift cards), information on existing gaps (mailers), and no intervention. The research objectives are to assess how responsive individuals are to incentives for, and to information about, existing care gaps; and to asses...
The purpose of this clinical trail is to evaluate the efficacy of a brief, cognitive-behavioral therapeutic intervention for adolescents reporting mild or moderate drug abuse (MMDA). This school-based initiative employs a collaborative effort between the University of Minnesota researchers and the St. Paul Public Schools. This intervention aims to reduce post-treatment drug use behaviors and enhance drug-use resistant cognitions and problem-solving skills.
This Fast-Track SBIR project is designed to address the critical need for an effective primary prevention approach for prescription drug abuse (PDA), an urgent public health crisis in the United States. The project involves developing and testing an innovative new approach to the primary prevention of PDA among high school students utilizing e-learning and small group facilitator-led intervention modalities. The intervention is an adaptation of the evidence-based substance abus...
Childhood ADHD and comorbid oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorder (CD) are considered risk factors for subsequent substance abuse, and youth with both ADHD and ODD/CD are at greatest risk. However, the effects of treatment of ADHD with stimulant medications such as methylphenidate (MPH) and mixed amphetamine salts (MAS) on risk for substance abuse are poorly understood. The study team propose to use fMRI to study the effects of extended release mixed ampheta...
Patients will be followed up for max 18 months. Information on the adverse events and potential misuse or abuse of Xyrem ® will be collected
A randomized clinical trial comparing drug abuse and HIV risk reduction counseling (DC-HIV) alone, DC-HIV combined with naltrexone maintenance, and DC-HIV combined with buprenorphine maintenance for the treatment of heroin addicts in Malaysia.
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the abuse potential of intranasal esketamine (112 milligram and 84 mg) compared to racemic intravenous ketamine (0.5 mg/kg) in nondependent, recreational polydrug users of perception-altering drugs.
Addressing the issue of opioid dependence and tolerance has public health implications for the treatment of opioid abuse (both heroin as well as pharmaceutical opioids) and for the treatment of pain. Recent preclinical data suggest a role for Substance P (NK-1) receptors in modulating both the acute and chronic response to opioids. The objective of this study is to determine whether pretreatment with aprepitant, a selective neurokinin-1 (NK-1) antagonist can reduce the direct...
This pilot study conducts feasibility and exploratory intervention outcome research that will lead to the development of a personalized intervention framework that seeks to preempt the progression from early drug use to more chronic abuse and dependency. The study will explore moderators representing two frameworks, risk severity and differential sensitivity. Moderators will be explored in their ability to influence the differential efficacy of two adolescent drug abuse interve...
Background. A common alternative treatment for substance abuse is ear acupuncture. The aim of the study was to evaluate the short and long-term effect of auricular acupuncture on anxiety, sleep, drug use and addiction treatment utilization in adults with substance abuse. Method. Adults with substance abuse and psychiatric comorbidity were randomly assigned to either of two variants of auricular acupuncture - The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association protocol (NADA) or...
A multi-center study to evaluate the efficacy of CHADD (Controlled Heat-Assisted Drug Delivery) applied over a 50 mcg/hr ZR-02-01 matrix transdermal fentanyl patch for the treatment of breakthrough pain in adult patients with moderate to severe non-malignant chronic pain. The open-label study arm will last up to 12 days. The double-blind arm will last up to 15 days. Eligible patients who complete the open-label arm will be allowed to enroll in the double-blind study arm.
This study will examine the effectiveness of a brief intervention in a primary care setting to reduce drug use or abuse compared to enhanced care as usual.
This is an open label pilot study to obtain information on the best way to study young adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)who may also be at risk of developing substance abuse, in part because of their ADHD. The plan is to recruit older children/young adolescents (age 11-15) who have ADHD and also have an older sibling with substance abuse. The treatment for ADHD in the 11-15 year old will be Vyvanse, a novel preparation of dextroamphetamine in whic...