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Few studies have reported changes in rates of overdose after drug misuse treatment. This paper investigates changes in non-fatal overdose between treatment intake and 1 year follow-up among a sample of 753 clients recruited to the National Treatment Outcome Research Study (NTORS). A relatively...
In this article we discuss the strengths and weaknesses of using different types of data sources for alcohol and drug abuse services research. To do this, we describe four types of data sources used in substance abuse services research: surveys of organizations, medical records, claim and...
Reduced-risk drinking as a treatment goal for clients with alcohol problems has received limited acceptance in the United States. The majority of literature addressing reduced-risk drinking has focused on debates between proponents of traditional abstinence treatment and those supporting...
Active injection drug users (IDUs) who are also hazardous alcohol users are at particularly high risk for HIV transmission due to sharing of injection equipment. We recruited AUDIT-positive injectors from the Providence, RI needle exchange program for a randomized clinical trial testing the...
Older patients were compared with matched groups of younger and middle-aged patients in inpatient alcohol treatment programs ( N =432 in each age group). Compared with other patients, older patients had poorer physical health and lower cognitive status at treatment entry, but they were drinking...
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