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(Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test AUDIT )
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  • Physical activity as treatment for alcohol use disorders (FitForChange): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. [Journal Article]
  • TTrials 2018 Feb 14; 19(1):106
  • Hallgren M, Andersson V, … Andréasson S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The treatment potential for exercise in AUDs is substantial as many individuals with the disorder are physically inactive and have comorbid health problems. The study is the first to assess the effects of physical activity as a stand-alone treatment for AUDs. Considerable attention will be given to optimizing exercise adherence. Both the feasibility and treatment effects of exercise interventions in AUDs will be discussed. The Ethical Review Board (EPN) at Karolinska Institutet has approved the study (DNR: 2017/1380-3).
  • Attachment style among outpatients with substance use disorders in psychological treatment. [Journal Article]
  • PPPsychol Psychother 2018 Feb 05
  • Gidhagen Y, Holmqvist R, Philips B
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study shows significant relations between patients' attachment style and their initial psychological distress. The causal relationship between attachment style and psychological distress is, however, not clear and can likely go in both directions. The psychological treatment of patients with SUD contributed significantly to changes from insecure to secure attachment style.
  • Racial/ethnic differences in the association between alcohol use and mortality among men living with HIV. [Journal Article]
  • ASAddict Sci Clin Pract 2018 Jan 22; 13(1):2
  • Bensley KM, McGinnis KA, … Williams EC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Among all PLWH, mortality risk was increased among patients reporting high-risk alcohol use across all racial/ethnic groups, but mortality risk was only increased among patients reporting moderate-risk relative to lower-risk alcohol use among white PLWH, and black patients appeared to have higher mortality risk relative to white patients at lower-risk levels of alcohol use. Findings of the present study further underscore the need to address unhealthy alcohol use among PLWH, and future research is needed to understand mechanisms underlying observed differences.
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