4 edition of Strategies for facilitating protocol compliance in alcoholism treatment research found in the catalog.
Strategies for facilitating protocol compliance in alcoholism treatment research
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in Bethesda, Md. (6000 Executive Blvd., Bethesda 20892-7003)
Written in English
|Statement||editors, Allen Zweben ... [et al.]|
|Series||Project MATCH monograph series -- v. 7, NIH publication -- no. 98-4144|
|Contributions||Zweben, Allen, 1940-, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 141 p.|
|Number of Pages||141|
treatment recommendations that are practical and useful. Indeed, the usefulness of this TIP can be enhanced by blending these recommendations with those of another TIP such as Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) doing so, treatment protocols can be developed which will meet very specific treatment needs. This research adopted a mixed methods CBPR approach to triangulate collected data to inform the development of a model of care for a remote Indigenous drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation service. Four iterative CBPR steps of research activity were recorded during the 3-year research .
Primary care and mental health practitioners can provide effective alcoholism treatment by combining new medications with brief counseling visits. To aid clinicians, NIAAA has developed two guides: Helping Patients Who Drink Too Much, and for younger patients, Alcohol Screening and Brief Interventions for Youth: A Practitioner’s Guide. Promising Strategies to Reduce Substance Abuse is an assessment of the most effec-tive strategies used nationwide to reduce illicit drug and alcohol abuse and related crime. The report is intended to serve as a guide to communities by identifying the core elements of promising strategies and illustrating these strategies with examples.
A research study done on solution-focused life coaching (Green, Oades, and Grant, ) showed that this type of intervention increases goal striving and hope, in addition to overall well-being. Though life coaching is not the same as therapy, this study shows the effectiveness of improving positive behavior through solution-focused questioning. Two works that fit well with this book and provide the necessary knowledge are by G. Miller () and Jarvis, Tebbutt, Mattick, and Shand (). My book Introduction to Alcohol Research: Implications for Treatment, Prevention, and Policy (Yalisove, ) will give you a good review of the current research knowledge about alcoholism.
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Improving Compliance With Alcoholism Treatment, provides strategies for enhancing client compliance with psychosocial treat-ments, as well as therapist compliance with treatment protocols.
This monograph describes methods for facilitating research compliance in a multisite clinical trial. Practical strategies are offered for retaining par. Get this from a library. Strategies for facilitating protocol compliance in alcoholism treatment research. [Allen Zweben; National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (U.S.);].
NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " Project Match 7: Strategies for Facilitating Protocol Compliance in Alcoholism Treatment Research ". Volume 6: Improving Compliance With Alcoholism Treatment and Volume 7: Strategies for Facilitating Protocol Compliance in Alcoholism Treatment Research are companion volumes that address the issue of compliance.
Both are compendia of strategies for enhancing the patient’s compliance with psychosocial treatments as well as the therapist’s compliance with treatment protocols. Volume 6: Improving Compliance With Alcoholism Treatment and Volume 7: Strategies for Facilitating Protocol Compliance in Alcoholism Treatment Research are companion volumes that address the issue of compliance.
Both are compendia of strategies for enhancing the patient’s compliance with psychosocial treatments as well as the therapist’s. Each strategy was implemented in the context of a session skills-based outpatient alcoholism treatment protocol. As hypothesized, participants exposed to the step directive strategy for facilitating AA involvement reported more active involvement in AA and greater abstinence during portions of the year following treatment, relative to.
Materials Ordering Policy Publications listed below are available free of charge to addresses in the United States, APO addresses, and U.S. territories.
Spanish language versions of these publications are also provided at Publicaciones en Español. Due to printing and shipping costs, some items are limited to 1 copy. Otherwise, all orders are limited to a maximum of 30 copies per item. Overview of COMBINE Clinical Trial Combining Medication and Behavioral Therapies for the Treatment of Alcoholism Introduction.
This treatment manual and a companion manual in this series are provided to the public to permit replication of the behavioral therapies employed in COMBINE, a multisite clinical trial started in and funded as a cooperative agreement by the National Institute on.
of alcohol abusing or dependent patients respond differentially to three treatments: (1) Twelve-Step Facilitation Therapy, (2) Cognitive-Behavioral Coping Skills Therapy, and (3) Motivational Enhancement Therapy. Each treatment is delivered during a week period by trained therapists following a standardized protocol.
Research indicates that most addicted individuals need at least 3 months in treatment to significantly reduce or stop their drug use and that the best outcomes occur with longer durations of treatment. Recovery from drug addiction is a long-term process and frequently requires multiple episodes of treatment.
field. Both public and private treatment facilities, as well as hospital and university outpatient facilities, are represented. The manuals in this series are the result of the collaborative efforts of the Project MATCH investigators and are used as guides by therapists.
in the trial. They are presented to the alcohol research community as. Harmful alcohol use has been linked to the spread of HIV in Kenya. It also adversely affects those on antiretroviral (ARV) treatment through poor compliance.
This study using participatory research and action (PRA) methods sought to understand factors related to alcohol abuse and non-adherence and to formulate appropriate interventions in a sample of people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) who.
Alcohol Use. Despite increasing rates of illicit and prescription drug misuse among adults older than 65 years, 5,6,10 alcohol remains the most commonly used substance among older adults.
6,10 Therefore, most of the research on substance use among and treatment of older adults has centered on alcohol use disorders (AUD). Among the population at large, older adults reduce their alcohol use as. Wartenberg AA, Nirenberg TD, Liepman MR et al.
Treatment of alcohol withdrawal by symptom-triggered sedation. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research ; Yost DA. Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome.
Am Fam Phys ;54(2) Behavioral assessment and treatment planning for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug problems: current status with an emphasis on clinical applications.
Behav Ther. ; – Stout RL, Wirtz PW, Carbonari JP, Delboca FK. Ensuring balanced distribution of prognostic factors in treatment outcome research. J Stud Alcohol. ; 12 (Suppl. Treatment Improvement Protocols (TIPs) are developed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) within the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). TIPs are best practice guidelines for the treatment of substance use disorders.
APA released a new practice guideline on the treatment of alcohol use disorder. This practice guideline provides evidence-based statements designed to increase knowledge of the disorder and ensure the appropriate use of medications.
An executive summary of the guideline is published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, available online today. Research supports the perspective that opioid addiction is a medical disorder that can be treated effectively with medications when they are administered under conditions consistent with their pharmacological efficacy and when treatment includes necessary supportive services such as psychosocial counseling, treatment for co-occurring disorders, medical services, and vocational.
Over the past year, the five papers below were published regarding the use of phenobarbital in alcohol withdrawal. These studies aren’t massive, glittering multicenter RCTs (and, realistically, it’s dubious whether such a study will happen).
However, these papers bring some unique and interesting perspectives to the table. This post will summarize them briefly - a bit like a sampler. Aim This study evaluated two strategies to facilitate involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)—a 12‐Step‐based directive approach and a motivational enhancement approach—during skills‐focused individual treatment.
Design Randomized controlled trial with assessments at baseline, end of treatment and 3, 6, 9 and 12 months after treatment. alcohol withdrawal protocol compliance (Swift, Peers, Jones, & Bronson, ). According to the protocol, patients required assessment at least every 6 hours or every hour depending on the severity of their CIWA-Ar score.
The nursing compliance rate was % for 6-hour assessments and % for 1-hour assessments. The Change Book from Addiction Technology Transfer Centers was used to structure the change process. Fifty-one individuals (17 physicians, 4 pharmacists, 2 nurse practitioners, and 28 drug abuse counselors and administrators) from seven counties completed the training and contributed to the development of community treatment protocols.This document presents a set of criteria to be used in evaluating treatment guidelines that have been promulgated by health care organizations, government agencies, professional associations, or other entities.
1 Although originally developed for mental health interventions, the criteria presented are equally applicable in other health service areas.