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Asian American and Pacific Islander substance use treatment admission trends.
Sahker E, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2017. PMID 27988403
BACKGROUND: A national analysis of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) substance use treatment admissions has yet to be studied. ...Participants included AAPI (n=135,356) and comparison non-AAPI (n=8,938,982) treatment groups' first-time admissions (N=9,074,338) in United States treatment centers receiving public funding from 2000 to 2012. ...
BACKGROUND: A national analysis of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) substance use treatment admissions has yet to …
Trends in substance abuse treatment 1998-2008: increasing older adult first-time admissions for illicit drugs.
Arndt S, et al. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry 2011. PMID 21785290
SETTING: The Treatment Episode Data Sets publicly available from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration from 1998 to 2008. ...MEASUREMENTS: Demographic and substance use history variables at admission. RESULT: The proportion of older adults going for substance abuse treatment for the first time is increasing relative to younger adults. ...
SETTING: The Treatment Episode Data Sets publicly available from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administrat …
Trends in primary methamphetamine-related admissions to youth residential substance abuse treatment facilities in Canada, 2005-2006 and 2009-2010.
Verdichevski M, et al. Can J Psychiatry 2011. PMID 22114924
This concern appears justified by research which found in 2005-2006 that 21% of all youth admissions to inpatient substance abuse treatment centres in Canada were due primarily to methamphetamine abuse. ...METHOD: We developed a comprehensive list of all Canadian residential youth substance abuse treatment facilities. The executive director of each facility was asked about the site's annual caseload, and the proportion of cases primarily due to methamphetamine abuse within the past 12 months. ...
This concern appears justified by research which found in 2005-2006 that 21% of all youth admissions to inpatient substance abuse
How the states stack up: disparities in substance abuse outpatient treatment completion rates for minorities.
Arndt S, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2013. PMID 23664124
BACKGROUND: This study was an exploratory investigation of state-level minority disparities in successfully completing outpatient treatment, a major objective for attending substance abuse treatment and a known process outcome measure. ...Data were included representing all discharges from outpatient substance abuse treatment centers across the United States. All first treatment episode clients with admission/discharge records meeting inclusion criteria who could be classified as White, Latino, or Black/African American were used (n=940,058). ...
BACKGROUND: This study was an exploratory investigation of state-level minority disparities in successfully completing outpatient treatme
"This Treatment Can Really Help Me"-A Longitudinal Analysis of Treatment Readiness and Its Predictors in Patients Undergoing Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Treatment.
Piontek D, et al. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28370023
; and (ii) Can changes in treatment readiness be explained by sociodemographic and substance use-related characteristics? METHODS: Data from 177 alcohol-dependent patients and 152 drug-dependent patients were collected in 2 inpatient rehabilitation centers in Germany. ...The identification of variables predicting motivation may help to improve substance abuse treatment contents and outcomes....
; and (ii) Can changes in treatment readiness be explained by sociodemographic and substance use-related characteristics? METH …
A systematic review of the prevalence of comorbid mental health disorders in people presenting for substance use treatment in Australia.
Kingston REF, et al. Drug Alcohol Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 27786426
ISSUES: The aim of this paper was to conduct a systematic review of the prevalence of comorbid mental health conditions in people accessing treatment for substance use in Australia. ...A systematic review of the prevalence of comorbid mental health disorders in people presenting for substance use treatment in Australia. ...
ISSUES: The aim of this paper was to conduct a systematic review of the prevalence of comorbid mental health conditions in people accessing …
Stopping smoking during first year of substance use treatment predicted 9-year alcohol and drug treatment outcomes.
Tsoh JY, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2011 - Clinical Trial. PMID 21050681 Free PMC article.
This study examined the association between stopping smoking at 1 year after substance use treatment intake and long-term substance use outcomes. ...Findings support promoting smoking cessation among smoking clients in substance use treatment....
This study examined the association between stopping smoking at 1 year after substance use treatment intake and long-term s
Cannabis Use among People Entering Drug Treatment in Europe: A Growing Phenomenon?
Montanari L, et al. Eur Addict Res 2017 - Review. PMID 28511182 Free article.
This paper explores European and national trends in specialised drug treatment entry for cannabis-related problems. The analysis is based on data for the years 2003-2014 from 22 European countries. ...Possible explanations for the increase and different time trends are discussed including an increase in cannabis prevalence and cannabis-related problems, changes in risk perception, increases in cannabis potency, changes in referral practices and increased availability and accessibility of treatment services....
This paper explores European and national trends in specialised drug treatment entry for cannabis-related problems. The analys …
Monitoring and reporting alcohol and drug use trends in California: the California Substance Abuse Research Consortium meetings.
Finnerty BA. J Psychoactive Drugs 2003 - Review. PMID 12825754
These meetings of what is now called the Substance Abuse Research Consortium (SARC) have provided California policymakers with an ongoing mechanism for the compilation and sharing of epidemiological information on California alcohol and drug use trends. ...It also provides a summary snapshot of the current substance abuse situation in California through the use of substance-related statistics and regional reports....
These meetings of what is now called the Substance Abuse Research Consortium (SARC) have provided California policymakers with …
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