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Alcohol Dependence Clinical Trials

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

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Found (6) clinical trials

Transitional Case Management for Patients Suffering From Substance Use Disorders

According to the World Health Organization the population suffering from addiction problems is increasing. This population is characterized by multiple needs at the medico-psychosocial level. However, some of these patients, a particular subgroup that we are going to be interested in the so-called "high need" user group, find it difficult ...

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Varenicline OTC Trial on Efficacy and Safety

Given the recent research on varenicline showing that it is more effective than nicotine patch and bupropion, and with the removal of the box warning, research is needed to assess whether smokers can use varenicline without a prescription and formal behavioral support. To test this, the primary goal of the ...

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Couples Health Project: Couples-based Intervention to Reduce Drug Use and HIV Transmission Risk

This study aims to evaluate a couples-based intervention with an integrated focus on drug use and HIV prevention, including uptake of and adherence to PrEP. The investigators will recruit a sample of 50 couples (n = 100 individuals) Recruitment occurs using a mix of in-person and Internet recruitment. Outreach workers ...

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Substance Misuse To Psychosis for Ketamine (SToP-K)

Evidence suggests that repeated or chronic ketamine use, as compared to acute ketamine users, posed a higher clinical risk of developing psychotic disorders, potentially related to the underlying chronic N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) dysfunction, and a higher risk of suffering from schizophrenia particularly in those genetically susceptible, or genetically predisposed ketamine ...

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Longitudinal Assessment of Functional Connectivity in Treatment Engaged Cocaine Users

Chronic cocaine use is among the most difficult substance-use disorders to treat. High relapse rates are likely due to a combination of factors that involve limbic and executive circuits in the brain, including vulnerability to salient cues and loss of cognitive control . This may be due to elevated functional ...

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Enhancing Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment

Adolescents with substance use disorders (SUD) are at high risk for significant deleterious outcomes. Although several evidence-based practices for adolescent SUD exist, they yield only small to medium effects that rapidly diminish (30-70% 6-month relapse rates). A promising approach for determining how to enhance treatment is experimental mediation research. In ...

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