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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.

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Found (21) clinical trials

Babies Living Safe and Smokefree

The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to develop and test the efficacy of a multilevel, multimodal intervention designed to reduce children's exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke (primary outcome) and promote smoking cessation in mothers (secondary outcome). Low-income mothers who smoke and their children will be enrolled from the ...

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Treatment for Nicotine Addiction in Women

The proposed trail will be use a double-blind, placebo-controlled design to conduct the first randomized controlled trial of the COMT inhibitor, tolcapone, in nicotine dependent women. This study will determine if tolcapone is superior to placebo by attenuation the severity of nicotine withdrawal and smoking urges during short-term abstinence. Withdrawal ...

Phase N/A

Stage III Community-based Efficacy Trial for Mothering From the Inside Out

This is a new Stage III community-based randomized clinical efficacy trial testing Mothering from the Inside Out (MIO), the first evidence-based parenting intervention designed to be delivered by addiction counselors in addiction treatment settings where parents of young children are enrolled in treatment. MIO is a weekly individual parenting therapy ...

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Women's Initiative Supporting Health Increasing Healthcare Access

The PI identified two priority needs of RR women: (1) adequate HIV/HCV prevention counseling and services, including HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medications for women at high risk, and (2) primary care as an avenue to address co-occurring SUD, MH disorders, and trauma that interfere with HIV preventive care. WISH is ...

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Implementation Research for Vulnerable Women in South Africa

This five-year implementation science study is using cluster-randomized stepped-wedge design to evaluate the implementation, service, and patient outcomes associated with the WHC for alcohol and other drug (AOD)-using HIV positive women in usual care settings. A list of four substance use treatment clinics and four HTC/healthcare clinics, which have been ...

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Pregnancy Mindfulness and Massage

Massage therapy may be a viable approach to decrease stress during pregnancy that may in turn reduce tobacco consumption. Massage therapy may not be sufficient as a stand-alone approach, and may be better suited partnered with a cessation approach that targets another mechanism of addiction, craving. Therefore, participants (N=60) will ...

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Manipulating Tobacco Constituents in Female Menthol Smokers

Study is designed to address the following questions that have been outlined by the FDA as particular areas of interest: What are the factors, including menthol and other flavorings that influence the appeal of tobacco products to vulnerable populations: What is the impact of these factors on cessation, switching tobacco ...

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Project 1 Study 2: Extended Exposure to Low Nicotine Content Cigarettes in Childbearing Age Women

This study will examine extended exposure to cigarettes varying in nicotine content among disadvantaged women. Disadvantaged women are at increased risk for smoking, nicotine dependence, and using high nicotine yield cigarettes and are also at significantly increased risk for smoking-related adverse health consequences, including cervical cancer, thrombosis related to hormone-based ...

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Gender-Responsive Drug Use Treatment for Juvenile Justice Girls

Compared to both non-offending females and male offending counterparts, offending girls are at significantly greater risk for the development of substance use disorders, psychiatric symptoms and negative health outcomes, such as HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Research suggests that girls may have different developmental pathways to drug use, ...

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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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