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Chemsex refers to the use of psychoactive drugs in a sexual context, mainly cathinones, GHB/GBL, methamphetamine, cocaine and ketamine. This can cause infectious or psychiatric complications, addictions, and often goes with high risk sexual behaviours. Recent studies have highlighted the relationship between personality disorders, substance use disorders and risky sexual behaviours. It is important to understand the factors associated with chemsex in order to offer adapted prev...
This study evaluates the factors associated with treatment adherence in substance users. Differences in the level of adherence to treatment according to patient-related factors, addiction and treatment are analyzed. The individual effect of each factor on treatment adherence is assessed.
There is little evidence on how best to present diagnostic and treatment effect information to dentists and whether this makes any difference to their understanding of the information given and clinical management. The objective of this study is to assess the influence of different formats for presenting diagnostic test results and treatment efficacy on dentists' understanding and on their reported clinical management. The hypothesis is that presenting diagnostic test and treat...
This 3-year school-based epidemiological study on child and adolescent mental disorders aims to obtain the prevalence rate and identify the psychosocial, individual, environmental, and familial risk factors for mental disorders including learning disability, autism spectrum disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, mood disorders (major depression, dysthymia, bipolar disorder), anxiety disorders, phobia, obsessive compu...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether performance on neurocognitive measures predicts treatment outcomes in individuals with substance abuse disorders. A second purpose is to compare the risk of damage, as well as actual damage, to DNA and other cell parts in people with substance abuse disorders to that of people who do not have substance abuse disorders.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether integrated treatment is effective in the treatment of mental disorders and co-occurring substance use disorders.
The ultimate goal of this research is to facilitate rapid enhancement of youth substance abuse treatments by determining the key mechanisms of change (i.e., what to target more intensely to generate better outcomes). This work is critical because current outpatient adolescent substance abuse treatments yield only small to medium effects that diminish once treatment has ended. The proposed modern mediation study will address this serious public health problem by experimentally e...
This study is a randomized clinical trial comparing outcomes of Integrated Cognitive Behavioral Treatment plus standard medications for veterans with both substance use disorders, depressive disorders versus the most commonly administered form of therapy for substance use disorders and depression, Twelve Step Facilitation (AA/NA model) group treatment plus medications.
The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of adding Seeking Safety to standard substance abuse treatment to adding a control condition: Women's Health Education to standard substance abuse treatment.
Young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) are disproportionately affected by HIV. Despite this burden, most HIV prevention interventions target adult MSM (most of whom identify as gay) and heterosexual youth, creating an urgent need for interventions for gay and bisexual adolescents. Further, self-identified bisexual men, especially adolescents, have been neglected in research. Therefore, little is known about factors that drive engagement in risk behavior ...
In this study the investigators will adapt and strengthen, test effectiveness, and explore implementation of conditional lottery incentive linkage strategies to engage men in HIV care and ART in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Contingency management interventions involve providing a tangible reward for progress toward treatment goals. The purpose of this study is to determine whether a contingency management intervention added to usual care leads to improved attendance and decreased substance use in patients attending outpatient substance use disorders treatment.
To observe the safety and effectiveness of ImageReady™ MR conditional defibrillation system in a Chinese population.
The study conducts a community-based randomized trial comparing an adaptation of Structural Ecosystems Therapy (SET), "Healthy Home", as an enhancement of substance abuse or mental health outpatient treatment, to outpatient treatment as usual (TAU) among approximately 172 Black, Hispanic and White nonHispanic mothers enrolled in outpatient substance abuse or mental health services. The study is conducted with a community partner, Banyan Health Systems, that delivers substance a...
The purpose of the current study is to evaluate the preliminary efficacy of the Therapeutic Education System-Native Version (TES-NAV) (an efficacious web-delivered psychosocial intervention for substance use disorders adapted with American Indians/Alaska Natives [AI/AN]) to determine whether a future large-scale effectiveness trial is warranted. Specifically, a randomized controlled trial among urban AI/AN (N=80) attending outpatient addiction treatment services will be conduct...
Self-help groups (SHGs) have become an important component of the system of care for patients with substance use disorders (SUDs). SUD patients' participation in SHGs has been linked to lower relapse rates and less use of additional treatment services.
Alarming rates of unhealthy alcohol, non-prescription drug, and tobacco use highlight the preventable health risks of substance abuse and the urgent need to advance behavioral health systems. Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is an efficacious and effective strategy for the delivery of early intervention and treatment services for people with substance use disorders as well as for those who are at-risk for developing these disorders. A mixed metho...
Vaccination is a cost-effective strategy for conferring immunity against a host of preventable diseases, however, rates of timely childhood vaccinations remain inadequate in resource-limited settings. We propose to evaluate the feasibility and efficacy of mHealth-assisted conditional cash transfers as a means of overcoming individual barriers to timely vaccinations. The study will form the basis for a pragmatic randomized controlled trial of the efficacy and cost-effectiveness ...
This project examines computer-delivered cognitive-behavioral intervention (CBT4CBT) as an adjunct to residential treatment for women with substance use disorders (SUD). The project will conduct a 2-arm randomized clinical trial (RCT) comparing post-discharge relapse rates for treatment as usual (TAU) with access to the CBT4CBT program vs. TAU in a residential sample of women with SUDs.
The investigators will adapt and test an existing treatment (group CBT for depression) for use in outpatient substance use treatment settings as delivered by trained substance use counselors. The investigators expect that treatment will lead to improved depression and substance use outcomes.
The proposed randomized controlled trial (RCT) will investigate the usefulness of electroencephalographic (EEG) biofeedback, also called neurofeedback (NF), a treatment method that can potentially prevent relapses among patients with a substance use disorder (SUD) through its calming effect on the central nervous system. The study will examine whether NF can improve general well-being and quality of life (QoL) and subsequently its ability to play a role in relapse prevention s...
This research uses a multi-phase approach to adapt and implement an established intervention, Critical Time Intervention, for a new population and setting among individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health problems who are at risk of relapse following residential substance abuse treatment. The goals of the study are to: (PHASE 1) identify challenges and strategies of community reentry among individuals with co-occurring problems in residential substance abuse t...
As a result of sustained operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, there are an increasing number of U.S. military Veterans with substance use disorders and comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). If left untreated, individuals with substance use disorders and PTSD are at increased risk for developing other mental health problems (e.g., depression, anxiety), suicidal ideation and attempts, medical problems, reduced resiliency and military readiness, vocational problems, and fa...
The purpose of this project is to develop and pilot test a violence prevention intervention for men and women in treatment for substance use problems.
The proposed project will provide crucial data on the effectiveness of a pain management intervention designed for veterans with co-occurring pain and substance use disorders. The development of an empirically validated psychosocial intervention for managing pain and substance misuse could greatly enhance the current set of options for treating this large and understudied group of veterans.