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OBJECTIVE: Health care facilities are increasingly implementing policies that ban smoking. A concern has been raised that these policies may have a negative impact on smokers who are mentally ill or substance dependent. The authors conducted a literature review to analyze the relevant empirical...
Introduction by the column editor: A multicultural understanding of human behavior has become critical for clinicians in our society, as the traditional idea of U.S. culture as a "melting pot" becomes more like the Canadian metaphor of a "cultural mosaic." Recognition and understanding of the...
OBJECTIVE: Employers can influence treatment decisions by adjusting characteristics of the structure of the benefits they offer, such as copayments. The authors estimated the relationship between copayment levels for substance abuse treatment and both the insurers' expenditures for treatment and...
OBJECTIVE: Relatives play a vital role in caring for patients with severe mental illness but receive inadequate support from psychiatric services. Evidence suggests that although intensive case management is directed primarily at patients, relatives may benefit as well. This study examined...
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