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  • Age of onset of substance use and psychosocial problems among individuals with substance use disorders. [Journal Article]
  • BPBMC Psychiatry 2017 Jan 11; 17(1):10
  • Poudel A, Gautam S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study indicated that early onset substance users are at higher risk for psychosocial problems in various areas of life such as Behavior Pattern, Psychiatric disorder, Family system, Peer relationship, Leisure/Recreation and Work adjustment compared to late onset substance users. It highlights the need for early prevention, screening, and timely intervention among those individuals.
  • Problem Drug-related Behavior and Discontinuation of Opioids Following the Introduction of an Opioid Management Program. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Am Board Fam Med 2016 11/12; 29(6):718-726
  • Grande LA, Thompson EC, … Rosenblatt R
  • CONCLUSIONS: PDB was pervasive in this population of patients on chronic opioid therapy. Those with the most PDB, and thus with the greatest likelihood of opioid use disorder and its social and medical consequences, were the least likely to be prescribed opioids by the clinic after 2 years. Given the rising rates of illicit opioid use in the U.S., it is important that clinics work closely with their patients who display PDB, systematically assess them for opioid use disorder, and offer evidence-based treatment.
  • Comparison of Medical Diagnoses among Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex-Partnered Patients. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Am Board Fam Med 2016 11/12; 29(6):688-693
  • Heiden-Rootes KM, Salas J, … Smith CW
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings suggest the need for more consistent screening of the sexual partnering of patients for identifying patients who are at greater risk of poorer health outcomes. However, identifying the sexual partnering of patients may not occur systematically in primary care, and there may be a lack of disclosure by SSP patients to their physicians given the social stigma about same-sex relationships.
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