Alcoholism Treatment Matching Research

Methodoclogical & Clinical Approaches (Journal of Studies on Alcohol)
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Addiction Treatment Matching: Research Foundations of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria focuses on the state-of-the-art in addictions placement matching.

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This book examines the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria (PPC) which promises a national standard to settle the conflict between treatment programs and managed : Hardcover.

Choosing Addiction Treatments: Validation of the Alcoholism Treatment Matching Research book Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria focuses on the state-of-the-art in the addictions placement matching. This book examines the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria (PPC) which promises a national standard to settle the conflict between treatment programs and managed : Paperback.

" Treatment Matching in Alcoholism is a well-written, highly accessible record of the conduct of, and findings from, a landmark alcohol treatment research project.

The volume provides thoughtful, tempered consideration of the implications of Project MATCH's findings for clinical practice and research." Society for the Study of Addiction to 4/5(1). Project MATCH was a large-scale treatment evaluation study established by the U.S. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse to determine whether the treatment of alcoholism could be improved by matching different types of alcoholics with the most appropriate kinds of treatment.

This book, edited by the two principal investigators, is the first. Treatment Matching in Alcoholism.

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Edited by T. Babor and F. Del Boca. International Research Monographs in the Addictions (IRMA), Cambridge University Press. (a). Matching alcoholism treatments to client heterogeneity: Project MATCH three year drinking outcomes.

Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 22(6), Project MATCH Research Group. (b). Matching alcoholism treatments to client heterogeneity: Treatment main effects and matching effects on drinking during treatment. Matching Alcoholism Treatments to Client Heterogeneity: Project MATCH Three-Year Drinking Outcomes Project MATCH Research Group This study reports 3-year outcomes for clients who had been treated in the five outpatient sites of Project MATCH, a multisite clinical trial designed to test a priori client treatment matching hypotheses.

The. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. Dec;17(6) Project MATCH (Matching Alcoholism Treatment to Client Heterogeneity): rationale and methods for a multisite clinical trial matching patients to alcoholism treatment.

[No authors listed] No single treatment approach is effective for all persons with alcohol. The identification of psychiatric comorbidity as a common feature of the clinical picture of alcoholism implies that future research should investigate (a) the relative importance of differentiating alcoholics according to major comorbidities (e.g., antisocial personality, depression, anxiety disorder); and Co) treatment-matching hypotheses.

A project called Matching Alcohol Treatments To Client Heterogeneity (Project MATCH) has provided the most careful and extensive test to date of the contributions of client-treatment matching to treatment outcome (Project MATCH Research Group a,b, a,b).

In this multisite clinical trial, 1, clients were assigned. Alcoholism Treatment Matching Research: Methodoclogical & Clinical Approaches by John A. Alcoholism Treatment Matching Research book Carpenter (Author), Dennis M.

Donovan (Author), Margaret E. Mattson (Author) & 0 more ISBN Authors: Margaret E. Mattson, John A. Carpenter, Dennis M. Donovan. Matching Alcoholism Treatments to Client Heterogeneity: Project MATCH posttreatment drinking outcomes. indicating that substantial amounts of treatment were delivered, and research follow-up rates exceeded 90% of living subjects interviewed at the 1-year posttreatment assessment.

Significant and sustained improvements in drinking outcomes. Alcoholism treatment matching research: methodological and clinical issues / Dennis M. Donovan and Margaret E.

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Mattson --An introduction to multicenter clinical trials in client-treatment matching research: history, rationale and design / Margaret E.

Mattson --A chronological review of empirical studies matching alcoholic clients to treatment. The growth in methodology in the field of alcohol treatment research in the years since Project MATCH has been far-reaching, as evidenced by the body of published literature available today.

Project MATCH has paved the way for new NIAAA initiatives, such as the Mechanisms of Behavior Change and evaluation of combined behavioral and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.

Contents: Matching alcoholism treatment to client heterogeneity: the genesis of project MATCH / John P. Allen, Thomas F. Babor, Margaret E. Mattson, Ronald M. Kadden --Planning a multisite matching trial: organizational structure and research design / Frances K. Del Boca, Margaret E.

Continued research to refine therapies for alcoholism will have widespread benefits for alcohol-dependent people, for their families, and for society as a whole, which bears the weight of the enormous economic and social costs of problem drinking. This article reviews the current state of alcoholism treatment research.

Research on the treatment of alcoholism has gained significant ground over the past 40 years. Studies such as the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism’s Project MATCH, which examined the prospect of tailoring treatments for particular people to better suit their needs, and Project.

Alcoholism is a treatable disease and many treatment programs and approaches are available to support alcoholics who have decided to get help, but no medical cure is available.

Regardless of how someone is diagnosed as alcohol dependent or how they came to realize they have a serious drinking problem, the first step to treatment is a sincere. Introduction. Research on the effectiveness of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is controversial and is subject to widely divergent interpretations.

For example, the Cochrane Group published a review of the AA literature that considered outcome studies of AA and of step facilitation (“TSF,” a form of specialty treatment that introduces clients to the step philosophy and support system). Alcoholism (not a medical term) is a type of alcohol use disorder.

Milder cases -- when people abuse alcohol but aren’t dependent on it -- are as well. Milder cases -- when people abuse alcohol. Weisner, C. Toward an alcohol treatment entry model: A comparison of problem drinkers in the general population and in treatment. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research –, PMID: Weisner, C.

Substance misuse: What place for women-only treatment programs. Addiction –8, PMID: Abstract: Client-treatment matching is an area receiving increased attention both in clinical practice and research with alcoholism. While the notion of potentially improving treatment outcomes by matching has been suggested for some time, there are a number of methodological and practical barriers that have impeded progress in the development.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship with the stated purpose of enabling its members to "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety." AA is nonprofessional, self-supporting, and apolitical.

Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. The AA program of recovery is set forth in the Twelve Steps. AA was founded in in Akron, Ohio. Also appearing as Journal of Addictive Diseases, v.

22, supplement number 1 (), this book contains ten research studies by experts in mental health and addiction services. It specifically examines the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria, with an eye toward its effect on health plans, treatment programs, and patients.

The editor is a medical doctor affiliated with the addiction research program. Research on the Effectiveness of Alcoholism Treatment Despite the lack of well-controlled and general-izable research on the efficacy and effectiveness of treatments for alcoholism, there is a vast litera-ture that describes and analyzes treatment effects.

The literature goes back as many years as alcohol-ism and alcohol abuse have been. Discover the best Alcoholism Recovery in Best Sellers.

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Alcoholism is a serious problem worldwide; in the United States the wide availability of alcoholic beverages makes alcohol the most accessible drug, and alcoholism is the most prevalent of the nation's addictions (see drug addiction and drug abuse).

The book Outpatient Treatment of Alcoholism describes a mids study of individuals, referred by the courts and 76 self-referred or referred by other agencies. Participants were assigned randomly within five treatments, including an Alcoholics Anonymous-like meeting.

A seasoned psychiatrist, Heilig joined the National Institutes of Health in with grand ambitions of finding new ways to treat addiction and alcoholism. “It was the age of the neuroscience.

Method. Data were derived from Project MATCH—a prospective, longitudinal investigation of the efficacies of three behavioral treatments for alcohol use disorders that were delivered over 12 weeks (Longabaugh and Wirtz, ).The three theoretically derived psychosocial interventions selected for use in this randomized clinical trial of client-treatment matching were Cognitive-Behavioral."The accomplished author team of Reid Hester and William Miller provides a comprehensive, results-based guide to alcohol treatment methods.

Along with the contributions of notable practitioners if the field, this text serves as an aid to graduate students and professionals. The authors stress the necessity of choosing different treatment protocols based on scientific research and a client's s: 1.

While the war on drugs continues to attract world attention, it is often overlooked that alcoholism remains a major worldwide health concern. No matter what your expertise, the CRC Handbook of Alcoholism can help you acquire the necessary skills to treat problem drinkers and alcohol-dependent patients.

In three sections - Patient Care, Research.