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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.


Found (236) clinical trials

Motivational Incentives for Alcohol Abstinence in American Indian and Native Alaskan Adults

This study examines the impact of a culturally tailored version of contingency management treatment on alcohol in 400 alcohol dependent American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Participants will be recruited from addiction treatment agencies and throughout the community. Those who complete a 4 week induction period will be randomized to receive ...

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Family Listening Program: Multi-Tribal Implementation and Evaluation

With substance abuse concerns plaguing tribal communities, health preventive approaches for American Indian (AI) children need urgent attention. Mainstream programs fall short by failing to speak to AI children on their own terms. Not so with the Family Listening/Circle Program (FL/CP) which integrates an evidence-based family-strengthening core, with cultural values ...

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Cocaine Addiction

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) has been shown to reduce craving in cocaine addicts. However, the efficacy of rTMS in treating cocaine addiction has not been evaluated in double-blind, sham-controlled studies and also, we lack a full characterization of rTMS effects on other important aspects, including effects on mood, cognition ...

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Effect of Anti-craving Medication on Cognitive Functions in Alcohol Dependence: an ERP Study

The main aim of this research is to investigate whether the use of cognitive event-related potentials is an interesting way to identify subgroups of alcoholic patients displaying specific clinical symptoms and cognitive disturbances in order to help clinicians to adapt the pharmaceutical approach to the specific needs of the patient. ...

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Substance Dependence Satisfaction With Care and Quality Of Life

Early satisfaction with care was measured using the quality of care satisfaction questionnaire in outpatient consultation (EQS-C). Data collected during the study included patient sociodemographic, clinical and health status characteristics, as well as physician characteristics. Self-perceived quality of life was assessed using the generic SF-12 and a specific questionnaire in ...

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The Self Match Study: A Study of Informed Choice in the Treatment of Addiction

The purpose of this study is to determine whether patient self-matching (as compared with treatment as usual by expert matching) improves quality of life, retention, and outcome for patients being treated for alcohol problems. There are at least two good reasons for offering patients a choice when the goal is ...

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Effectiveness of Contingency Management in the Treatment of Crack Addiction in Brazil

The objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of Contingency Management (CM) for crack users living in the "Crackland" region. To achieve this goal, regular treatment staff from Unidade Helvtia and CRATOD treatment services will be capacitated in CM to latter-on apply the CM intervention in their respective ...

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A Clinical Trial on the Efficacy of tDCS) in Reducing Alcohol Consumption in Non-abstinent Patients (REDSTIM)

340 patients are expected and randomized in two groups: 170 patients with active tDCS and 170 patients with placebo tDCS Visit 1 : Patients will received one daily session (13:20:13) during 5 consecutive days: current flows continuously twice for 13min with a rest interval (no stimulation) of 20 min. Visit ...

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Prevention of Alcohol Related Incidents in Air Force Technical Training

As a part of Air Force Technical Training orientation week, all Airmen attending Technical Training at Lackland AFB, TX are given a brief group alcohol intervention (BAI) designed to reduce the number of alcohol related incidents during attendance at technical training. The BAI was designed and approved by the sponsor ...

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Nalmefene in Alcohol Dependence and Borderline Personality Disorder

The objective is to study the effectiveness of Nalmefene in decreasing alcohol intake in subjects with alcohol use disorder and comorbid BPD.

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