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Rationale and Design of the Lung Cancer Screening Implementation. Evaluation of Patient-Centered Care Study.
(Annals of the American Thoracic Society, 2017-10)
Screening for lung cancer using low-dose computed tomography has been demonstrated to reduce lung cancer-related mortality and is being widely implemented. Further research in this area is needed to assess the impact of ...
Awareness of Cervical Cancer Causes and Predeterminants of Likelihood to Screen Among Women in Haiti.
(Journal of lower genital tract disease, 2017-01)
Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among women in Haiti. Given this high disease burden, we sought to better understand women's knowledge of its causes and the sociodemographic and health correlates of ...
Identifying substance misuse in primary care: TAPS Tool compared to the WHO ASSIST.
(Journal of substance abuse treatment, 2017-05)
There is a need for screening and brief assessment instruments to identify primary care patients with substance use problems. This study's aim was to examine the performance of a two-step screening and brief assessment ...
Prevalence and correlates of treatment utilization among adults with cannabis use disorder in the United States.
(Drug and alcohol dependence, 2017-08)
The increase in cannabis potency may have treatment implications for cannabis use disorder (CUD). Given the reported increase in prevalence of cannabis use among adults, there is a need to understand substance use treatment ...
Age of first drunkenness and risks for all-cause mortality: A 27-year follow-up from the epidemiologic catchment area study.
(Drug and alcohol dependence, 2017-07)
Early-onset drunkenness is associated with an increased risk of developing an alcohol use disorder (AUD), which predicts excess mortality risk. Here, we estimated mortality risk for drinkers with and without early drunkenness.For ...