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(Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment[TA])
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  • Health literacy in substance use disorder treatment: A latent profile analysis. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Subst Abuse Treat 2019; 96:46-52
  • Degan TJ, Kelly PJ, … Deane FP
  • CONCLUSIONS: The current study found that low to moderate health literacy levels were common for those attending residential substance abuse treatment. Participants with lower health literacy tended to have poorer quality of life and mental health. Future research should examine strategies to improve health literacy amongst people attending alcohol and other drug treatment. It may also be useful for service providers to consider ways to minimise the impact of low health literacy on the health needs and outcomes of this vulnerable population.
  • A randomized clinical trial of cue exposure treatment through virtual reality for smoking cessation. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Subst Abuse Treat 2019; 96:26-32
  • Pericot-Valverde I, Secades-Villa R, Gutiérrez-Maldonado J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Findings support and expand previous evidence by showing that a CET protocol does not increase the effectiveness of a CBT intervention for smoking cessation among treatment-seeking smokers. Moreover, this study also reveals that CET may increase risk of relapse among nicotine-dependent individuals who successfully achieve abstinence. Until the mechanisms underlying the effect of CET are identified, researchers and clinicians should be cautious when utilizing this protocol.
  • Fentanyl exposure among patients seeking opioid treatment. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Subst Abuse Treat 2019; 96:23-25
  • Ochalek TA, Parker MA, … Sigmon SC
  • CONCLUSIONS: These data illustrate a concerning degree of fentanyl exposure among patients seeking treatment and suggest that much of this exposure may have stemmed from fentanyl-containing heroin. Given the unprecedented recent surges in fentanyl-related overdoses, efforts to identify fentanyl exposure are critical. In particular, the point of treatment entry permits a rare systematic opportunity for medical and clinical staff to address fentanyl use and risks with incoming patients.
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