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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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Interventions to Improve the HIV PrEP Cascade Among Methamphetamine Users

Despite increasing knowledge about and use of PrEP nationally, HIV continues to have disproportionate impact among cisgender men and transgender persons who have sex with men and transgender persons (MSM/TG), with methamphetamine (meth)-users being at particularly high risk. Despite apparent high levels of PrEP knowledge and exceptional insurance and medication ...

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CARESS: An Investigation of Effects of CARESS

The conceptual framework for the study is built on a foundation of three models found in the literature. The first of these is Gross's model of emotional regulation (ER), a goal-oriented linear process allowing for interventions at different phases in the experience. The individual has choices to: (1) avoid a ...

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Can The Bridge Transition Opiate Use Disorder Patients in Stable Recovery From Buprenorphine to Naltrexone

This is an open-label, single center study of The Bridge in patients with sustained remission of opiate dependence on established, low-dose MAT with buprenorphine. A fixed number of patients will be admitted to the study. After determination that the subject meets the inclusion criteria and does not meet any of ...

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Online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Addiction: Efficacy and Cost-Effectiveness in a Pragmatic Clinical Trial

Fifty-two adult outpatients seeking treatment for substance use disorder from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Addictions Program will be randomized to receive either a computer-based training for cognitive behavioural therapy or treatment as usual for eight weeks. Participants will complete interviews, questionnaires, and other assessments (urine toxicology and ...

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Smartphone Addiction Recovery Coach for Young Adults (SARC-YA) Experiment

At discharge from outpatient treatment, researchers will recruit 300 young adults and randomly assign them to recovery support as usual control condition or the Smartphone Addiction Recovery Coach for Adolescents (SARC-A) experimental condition. Participants in the experimental conditions will receive a smartphone, a calling/texting/data plan, and the SARC-A mobile applications ...

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CARES: A Mobile Health Program for Alcohol Risk Reduction

This STTR builds on our successful pilot that developed a text message-delivered alcohol intervention for, and in collaboration with CCS. Phase I will develop and test a smart phone application (the "Cares" app) incorporating the text message program with additional features and functionality requested by students in the pilot trial ...

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Brief ROC Training Effects on Alcohol Drinking

The investigators propose to test the efficacy of such training by randomizing 120 individuals who report alcohol drinking to the following conditions: (1) a brief training in cognitive regulation and (2) a control or no-training condition. Training will be delivered in a computerized session (approximately 60 minutes). If randomized into ...

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The Weaving Healthy Families Program to Promote Wellness and Resilience and Prevent Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence

Alcohol and drug (AOD) abuse and family violence are co-occurring risk factors for Native American (NA) health disparities and are associated with the leading causes of death, such as cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes. However, extant interventions often fail to holistically promote resilience, health, and wellness and instead address problems ...

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Testing a Brief Substance Misuse Preventative Intervention for Parents/Guardians of 5th-7th Grade Students

The prevention of substance use and misuse among adolescents is a national public health priority. Universal prevention programs that include parents/guardians (referred to as "parents") in this effort have been shown to prevent and reduce substance use problems among adolescents. However, the programs that have been most effective are resource ...

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Neurobiology of Alcohol and Nicotine Co-Addiction

This proposal addresses the critical absence of information about the neurobiology of recovery from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in alcohol and nicotine users. AUD and nicotine use disorder (NUD) are the most commonly abused (non-prescription) substances in the U.S. Co-addiction is particularly high in military veterans. Although nationwide estimates peg ...

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