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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 (108) clinical trials

Milk Thistle in Pathological Gambling

Gambling disorder is a significant public health problem that often results in a distinctive pattern of persistent and disabling psychological symptoms. Although once thought to be relatively uncommon, studies estimate that gambling disorder has a lifetime prevalence among adults of 1.6% and past-year prevalence of 1.1%. Patients with gambling disorder ...


Deep Brain Stimulation of the Nucleus Accumbens as a Novel Treatment in Severe Opioid Addiction

The main objective of this study is to assess the efficacy of bilateral deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the Nucleus accumbens (NAc) as a novel treatment in severe opioid addiction. The included patients have been treated so far with a substitute in form of methadone. Our hypothesis is that bilateral ...

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Vulnerability Markers in Pathological Gambling

Addictions without substances are an emergent problem giving rise to a recent and increasing request of care. Among these new addictions, pathological gambling and pathological online video gaming which are up. The purpose of this study is to identify vulnerability factors (personality traits, decision making strategies...), which are common or ...

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Tobacco Treatment for Employable Californians Total IMPACT Study

PLEASE NOTE: The grant for this project was approved under the title "Tobacco Treatment for Employable Californians," abbreviated "TTEC." However, as this study is being run under the principles of community- based participatory research, the Stanford team provided the community advisors and representatives of the recruitment sites the opportunity to ...

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Neurofeedback Training for the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders

A patient with a substance use disorder (SUD) typically requires comprehensive and individualized care across different levels of service providers, from primary care to the specialist health care services. Among the known threats to a prolonged remission are negative emotional states because they can trigger the urge to use drugs. ...

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Facilitating Treatment Entry and Family Planning in Substance-using NICU Mothers

The purpose of this pilot study is to assess whether the hospital-based, adaptive behavioral intervention strategy promotes treatment entry and reduces risk of additional substance-exposed pregnancies (SEPs), as well as HIV and HCV risks among substance-using NICU mothers. Additionally, to assess whether the intervention increases use of professional obstetrical/gynecological resources ...

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Trial of an Adapted STD Screening and Risk Reduction Intervention

STDs including Neisseria gonorrhea, Chlamydia trachomatis and Trichomonas vaginalis, are an urgent problem in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities due to a constellation of risk and contextual factors affecting tribal populations. Geographic isolation and cultural and social stigmatization contribute to poor access to screening, counseling and education, and diminished opportunities ...

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Nonpharmacologic Reduction of Periprocedural Distress and Drug Use

The design is a single-blind, placebo controlled clinical trial to test the feasibility of the trial design assessing the ability of a Comfort Talk app to nonpharmacologically reduce anxiety, pain, and periprocedural drug use in individuals 18 years of age and older undergoing outpatient treatment in the Craniofacial Pain Center ...

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90-Day Online Substance Use Program

Individuals indicating risky substance use are randomly assigned either to a three-month online intervention on the Workit Health platform or a waitlist/treatment as usual. Those randomized to treatment will report reduced consumption of alcohol and other drugs and higher quality of life at study conclusion.

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Testing an Integrated Bio-Behavioral Primary HIV Prevention Intervention Among High-Risk People Who Use Drugs

PWUD remain a priority population as they represent a critical conduit for new HIV infections, which are transmitted through preventable drug- and sex-related HIV risk behaviors. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) - the daily self-administration of antiretroviral medication - has enormous potential to bolster primary HIV prevention outcomes among PWUD. PrEP is ...

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