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Addictions Clinical Trials

A listing of Addictions medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (339) clinical trials

Understanding How Cigarette Direct Mail Marketing Influences Smoking Behaviors Among High and Low Socioeconomic Status Young Adult Smokers

Smoking remains a public health problem in the US, and cigarette marketing has been concluded as one of the causal factors for the epidemic. Previous studies on cigarette direct mail marketing yielded a limited data on mechanisms influencing smoking behavior. Therefore, there is a need for a study that would ...

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Leveraging Technology to Address Unhealthy Drug Use in Primary Care Settings

This study has 3 specific aims: Aim 1 is to develop clinical decision support that assists primary care providers in carrying out a brief intervention. Aim 2 is to assess the impact of the SUSIT on dose of substance use brief intervention received by patients. Aim 3 is to gather ...

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NAC for Treating Comorbid PTSD and SUD

As a result of sustained operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, there are an increasing number of U.S. military Veterans with substance use disorders and comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). While mental health services are in place for U.S. service members, substantial gaps in the treatment of co-occurring substance use disorders ...


Placebo-controlled Trial of Bupropion for Smoking Cessation in Pregnant Women

General Design: This is a phase II, prospective, placebo-controlled randomized controlled trial of the efficacy and safety of bupropion in combination with behavioral counseling for smoking cessation during pregnancy. Pregnant smokers (N=360) will receive bupropion or placebo treatment for 10 weeks, under strict double-blind conditions, with 3 post-treatment follow-up sessions: ...


A Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Trial of Creatine in Female Methamphetamine Users

Methamphetamine (MA) addiction is a public health concern that causes substantial harm to individual users, and imposes an economic burden in the U.S. totaling up to $48.3 billion annually. This study proposes to address a critical aspect of this problem: the lack of any proven, FDA-approved pharmacological treatments for MA ...


Bupropion-Enhanced Contingency Management (CM) for Cocaine Dependence

The efficacy of behavior therapies may be enhanced by certain medications, particularly those that act on dopaminergic systems. The purpose of this project is to examine effects of bupropion on initiation and maintenance of cocaine abstinence in a population of cocaine dependent methadone maintenance patients. Bupropion appears to be the ...


Smoking Cessation in Menthol Flavored Cigarette Smokers

The purpose of this study is to determine if in smokers of menthol cigarettes, switching to non-menthol cigarettes prior to a cessation attempt results in greater cessation success than attempting to quit without first switching

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The Effect of Regular Naltrexone Dosing on Disordered Gamblers

This study will investigate the effects of regular dosing of naltrexone for the treatment of disordered gambling. It will also examine the changes of neurological functioning to tasks associated with addiction. Converging evidence suggests that disordered gambling shares similarities with substance dependence and disordered alcohol use. Naltrexone is a medication ...


Suicidal Behavior in Patients Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder

The purpose of this study is to learn the environmental and psychological factors that impact suicidality in patients with Bipolar Disorder. Additionally, the study aims to identify treatments to reduce the suicidal behavior and improve quality of life through a 6-week group-based intervention program. Groups will include topics such as ...

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Study on Smoking Cessation and Cost Outcomes in the Duke Smoking Cessation Program

The purpose of this study is to conduct an observational assessment of natural outcomes within the DSCP, "Quit at Duke." This is an observational study (n=3000) on patients being treated at the DSCP. No interventions are conducted, and data analyzed is collected in the course of clinical care at clinic ...

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