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Reference periods in retrospective behavioral self-report: A qualitative investigation.
(The American journal on addictions, 2015-12)
Self-report questions in substance use research and clinical screening often ask individuals to reflect on behaviors, symptoms, or events over a specified time period. However, there are different ways of phrasing conceptually ...
Psychiatric correlates of snuff and chewing tobacco use.
(PLoS One, 2014)
Compared to the association between cigarette smoking and psychiatric disorders, relatively little is known about the relationship between smokeless tobacco use and psychiatric disorders. To identify the psychiatric correlates ...
E-cigarette prevalence and correlates of use among adolescents versus adults: a review and comparison.
(Journal of psychiatric research, 2014-07)
Perceived safer than tobacco cigarettes, prevalence of electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use is increasing. Analyses of cartridges suggest that e-cigarettes may pose health risks. In light of increased use and the potential ...
Suicidal ideation and substance use among adolescents and young adults: a bidirectional relation?
(Drug and alcohol dependence, 2014-09)
To examine reciprocal associations between substance use (cigarette smoking, use of alcohol, marijuana, and other illegal drugs) and suicidal ideation among adolescents and young adults (aged 11-21 at wave 1; aged 24-32 ...
Sexual risk behaviors and HIV risk among Americans aged 50 years or older: a review.
(Subst Abuse Rehabil, 2015)
Although HIV-related sexual risk behaviors have been studied extensively in adolescents and young adults, there is limited information about these behaviors among older Americans, which make up a growing segment of the US ...
Nonmedical Opioid Pain Relievers and All-Cause Mortality: A 27-Year Follow-Up From the Epidemiologic Catchment Area Study.
(American journal of public health, 2016-03)
We investigated whether nonmedical opioid pain reliever use is associated with higher mortality in the general US population.We assessed the history of nonmedical opioid pain reliever use among 9985 people interviewed at ...
Electronic health records: essential tools in integrating substance abuse treatment with primary care.
(Subst Abuse Rehabil, 2012)
While substance use problems are considered to be common in medical settings, they are not systematically assessed and diagnosed for treatment management. Research data suggest that the majority of individuals with a substance ...
Prescription drug overdose: between patients and their doctors.
(Subst Abuse Rehabil, 2013)
The Treatment Effectiveness Assessment (TEA).
(Subst Abuse Rehabil, 2013)
Using electronic health record data for substance use Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment among adults with type 2 diabetes: Design of a National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network study.
(Contemp Clin Trials, 2016-01)
BACKGROUND: The Affordable Care Act encourages healthcare systems to integrate behavioral and medical healthcare, as well as to employ electronic health records (EHRs) for health information exchange and quality improvement. ...