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282,898 results
  • Smoking relapse risk is increased among individuals in recovery. [Journal Article]
  • DADrug Alcohol Depend 2019 Jul 08; 202:93-103
  • Quisenberry AJ, Pittman J, … Sheffer CE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings indicate that smokers in recovery from SUDs have 1.5-2 times the risk of relapse than smokers with no history of SUDs. More effective relapse prevention interventions are needed for this vulnerable, high-risk group of smokers.
  • Psychostimulant use and the brain. [Journal Article]
  • AAddiction 2019 Jul 19
  • Lappin JM, Sara GE
  • Psychostimulant users are typically young adults. We have conducted a narrative review of neuropsychiatric harms associated with the psychostimulants methamphetamine/amphetamine, cocaine and 3,4-meth…
  • Goal setting improves retention in youth mental health: a cross-sectional analysis. [Journal Article]
  • CAChild Adolesc Psychiatry Ment Health 2019; 13:31
  • Cairns AJ, Kavanagh DJ, … McPhail SM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Engagement and retention of young people within mental health services can be challenging. Clinical tools such as goal setting may keep young people engaged in services longer, potentially improving clinical outcomes. Further research exploring the effectiveness of current youth service models on client-specific goal based outcomes is recommended.
  • Heroin and healthcare: patient characteristics and healthcare prior to overdose. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Manag Care 2019; 25(7):341-347
  • Bohm MK, Bridwell L, … Zhang K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Heroin overdose rates were persistently higher among the Medicaid population than the commercially insured, with the exception of those aged 15 to 24 years. Our findings on healthcare utilization, comorbidities, and where individuals access services could inform interventions at the point of care prior to a first heroin overdose. Outpatient settings are of particular importance for the growing cohort of young, commercially insured patients with opioid use disorders.
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