The multiple facets of addiction in psychiatry.
The multiple facets of addiction in psychiatry. Australas Psychiatry. 2018 Feb;26(1):5-6 Authors: Daglish M PMID: 29384002 [PubMed - in process]
During your career, it's likely that you'll care for individuals with opioid dependence or addiction. Knowing the basics will help you understand these patients and improve their outcomes.
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In conclusion, the prepared LAF-loaded membrane is a novel formulation for the treatment of chronic and long-term pain.Graphical abstract
The bill aims to “provide Medicare support for an additional 1,000 graduate medical education (GME) positions over five years in hospitals that have, or are in the process of establishing, accredited residency programs in addiction medicine, addiction psychiatry, or pain medicine.”
The school will not return donations from the family that made its riches on opioids, but the university will start a $3 million endowment for addiction prevention and treatment.
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This study examines how specialty BH care patterns change when employees and dependents are moved from a "carve-out" plan to a "carve-in" plan. METHODS: Linked insurance claims, eligibility, plan and employer data from 2008-14 were obtained for three Optum( employers who dropped their carve-out contracts but retained their carve-in plans. A longitudinal "difference-in-differences" study design was used to compare changes in BH services use over time among individuals who were: (i) moved to carve-in plans when the employer dropped its carve-out contract (N=177,653); and (ii) enrolled in car...
(Penn State) Opioid overdoses take the lives of tens of thousands of Americans annually. Two researchers from Penn State College of Medicine have received nearly $5 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study whether an already-approved drug can be used to reduce cravings and prevent relapse in those struggling with opioid addiction.
(Wiley) New findings published in Addiction reveal the prevalence of cannabis, or marijuana, use in the United States increased from 2005 to 2017 among persons with and without depression and was approximately twice as common among those with depression in 2017.