Handbook of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches: Effective Alternatives, p13-63 (Boston MA, Allyn and Bacon). 45. Review of the effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems 46.
Review of the effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems. London, UK: The National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.
The Effectiveness of Treatment for Substance Dependence within the Prison System in England: A Review. Executive Summary.
Reviews of economic analyses of treatment for alcohol and other substance misuse have consistently found that health and other
This article reviews the origins of alcoholism treatment and major studies of behavioral therapies
Despite the significance of problems relating to alcoholism and alcohol abuse and the increasing
...and interpersonal therapy should be considered for treatment of patients with comorbid mental and alcohol use disorders because of their demonstrated effectiveness in
As noted in The Review of Effectiveness of Treatment for Alcohol Problems (Heather et al., 2006) co- morbidity is common amongst problem drinkers, up to ten percent for severe mental illness, up to fifty percent for personality disorder and up to eighty percent for neurotic disorders.
Effective psychotherapy for alcohol and drug abuse involves strategies for engaging clients in treatment (with a view to detoxification where appropriate), strategies for
Two reviews of the literature published between 1970 and 1988 provided comprehen-sive summaries of research on the effectiveness of couples and family therapy for alco
This article reviews the essential studies of the effectiveness of AA and concludes that while some people find that AA is a useful aid to
...stating that "experimental studies have on the whole failed to demonstrate their effectiveness in reducing alcohol dependence or drinking problems when
Summary of the review. Attempt to explore and debate potential impact for us. Underlying premise: as professionals we all aim to be as effective as we can and have high expertise.
Diazepam is recommended as the first-line treatment for withdrawal because of its relatively long half-life and evidence for effectiveness.
For others, their alcohol problems are overcome with the help of a mutual aid organisa-tion, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA; see Section 2.10).
Moyer A, Finney JW, Swearingen CE, et al; Brief interventions for alcohol problems: a meta-analytic review of controlled investigations in treatment-seeking and
This report summarizes a meta-analytic review of 22 studies evaluating the effectiveness of such self-help materials.
Self-help groups constitute a significant part of the de facto system of care for alcohol and drug problems in the United States. This document reviews evidence on the effectiveness of such self-help groups and presents potential implications for clinicians, treatment program managers and...
...that had compared the effectiveness of a treatment [method] with either no treatment or with other alcoholism
Future studies should focus on identifying the components of interventions which are most closely associated with effectiveness.
A similar document of 10 principles, addressed to the problems of individuals with co-occurring
The comparative effectiveness of alcohol rehabilitation and licensing control actions for drunk driv-ing offenders: a review of the literature.
2. A review of the evidence for the effectiveness of the main treatments available for alcohol use disorders.
...the effectiveness, accessibility, quality, and cost-effectiveness of treatment for people who
The cost effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems: A first approximation.
Several studies have evaluated the effectiveness and ef-cacy of RP approaches for substance use
A Critical review of treatment approaches for alcohol and drug problems.
This review is a critical appraisal of the evidence base for the treatments available for people with alcohol problems. The review covers interventions ranging from simple advice and mutual aid to intensive specialist treatment.
A 2004 review of SBI demonstrated the effectiveness of brief interventions in adult primary care.16 The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force
We aimed to conduct a systematic review of the effectiveness of screening followed by behavioral counseling for alcohol misuse in primary care settings.
There is strong evidence that some, but not all, psychosocial treatments are effective in treating alcohol problems.
The frequency of powder cocaine use implies that for most clients in this group, use had not reached problematic levels.
The effectiveness of treatment for drug and alcohol problems: An overview. Monograph Series No. 11.
In their latest review,1 a total of 381 studies were identified, representing 99 different treatment modalities and involving over 75,000 clients. A number of the findings are provocative. For example, the majority of treatments for alcohol problems have little or no evidence of effectiveness.
January 1983 , pp. 36-49. A Review of the Effectiveness of Assertiveness Training in the Treatment of Alcohol Abusers.
...of the effectiveness of 42 strategies and policies that have been used around the world for the regulation, prevention and treatment of alcohol misuse.
Development of the guidelines The guidelines were developed by: updating the review of the evidence for treatment of alcohol problems and
Treatment dropout is one of the major problems encountered by treatment programs; therefore
One way to gauge both the quality of research on a particular treatment and its effectiveness is through meta-analytic reviews, which provide for an efcient glimpse at its evidence base.
Overview. Physicians in the emergency department (ED) regularly encounter patients seeking treatment for alcohol or substance abuse problems.
...is based on the Guidelines for the Treatment of Alcohol Problems and the supporting document, The Treatment of Alcohol Problems: A Review of the Evidence.
A recent review by the Cochrane Library, a health-care research group, of studies on alcohol treatment conducted between 1966 and 2005 states its results plainly: "No experimental studies unequivocally demonstrated the effectiveness of AA or TSF [12-step facilitation]...
The scope of the problem. Alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence are two conditions characterized as alcohol use disorders.
Currently, about 1 million people receive treatment for an alcohol problem each year in the United States.
Alcohol misuse is a serious, worldwide public health issue that can result in a wide range of physical, psychological, and social problems affecting the individual, the family, and the
Although a substantial body of research findings has accrued evaluating the effectiveness of available alcohol dependence treatments, few
This review of studies from 1985 to 2011 provided experts with enough evidence to conclude that interventions by primary care physicians in the cases of alcohol misuse can provide an easy and effective way to curb heavy drinking (Brauser). Alcohol misuse is a wide range of drinking problems...
Further, it is commonly recognized that alcohol use frequently contributes to relapse among individuals whose primary drug of choice is not alcohol. AOD testing results are objective measures of treatment effectiveness, as well as a source of important information for periodic review of treatment progress.
Suggested Citation: Rapid Response Service. Rapid Response: What is the effectiveness of supervised injection services? Toronto, ON: Ontario HIV Treatment Network; May 2014. Prepared by: Stephanie Bell Jason Globerman Program Leads - Editors: Sean B
For example, alcohol has a general influence on the life of the alcohol-dependent individual. Yet, individuals who have alcohol problems differ greatly.
One empirical study has tested the effectiveness of family systems therapy to treat alcohol
D. Competencies to be covered in a course such as Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention and Education A review of the history, theories
There has not been sufficient research to make any firm conclusions about the effectiveness of formal compared to self help treatments for drug abuse.
Evaluating Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Effectiveness: Recent Advances. Kindle Store Reviews
...risks associated with alcohol use and on the effectiveness of alcohol screening and intervention methods.
However, in a recent review, McCrady (1994) also identified several common treatment elements of 12-step and
Drug and Alcohol Review, 19, 271-280. Heather, N. (1993) Application of harm reduction principles to the treatment of alcohol problems, In, Heather N et al.
If this advertisement appears on the same web page as a review of any particular treatment center or business, the contact information (including phone
The chapter concludes by reviewing several special issues involved in the assessment of criminal justice clients and the selection of treatment options for these clients.
Alcohol Problems in the United States: Twenty Years of Treatment Perspective.
This Federal regulation (42 CFR Part 2) was enacted to encourage individuals to seek treatment for alcohol or drug problems by reducing the risk of
Recommended Citation. O'Day, Kathleen, "Effectiveness of Treatment Techniques for Substance Abuse in Occupational Therapy" (2009).
For decades, only a few studies documented the effectiveness of Twelve Step-based treatment.
Alcohol problems vary from mild to life-threatening and affect the individual, the person's family, and society in numerous adverse ways. Get the facts on alcoholism symptoms, signs, and treatment.
To ensure the most current and rigorous studies into the effectiveness of models of school-based practice were included in this review
Problems associated with dual diagnosis Substance misuse and psychiatric disorders Models of treatment and potential difculties Barriers to service utilisation Recommendations for drug service provision for Black and ethnic minority community groups Risk factors for alcohol problems in elderly...
The last three decades have seen an explosion of social, psychological and clinical research to identify effective strategies to prevent and treat alcohol-related problems. This "Essential Handbook" contains an updated selection of reviews of "what works" drawn from the critically acclaimed International...
Generally, an EBT is a method of treatment for which there is evidence proving its effectiveness.
A review of over 200 medical studies showed that even moderate alcohol use increases risk of some cancers, especially cancers of the mouth, larynx, and esophagus.
Latest additions to the Effectiveness Bank. Runs through from a high-profile US prevention trial to a study and a review of the prevention/treatment mix of brief alcohol interventions...
Purpose: To investigate the effectiveness of existing alcohol advertising control policies and implications on public health and safety.
Objective: The aim of the study is to examine the effectiveness of online CBM Alcohol Avoidance
...effective way to reduce hazardous and harmful drinking levels, as has been earlier suggested by a range of findings and reviews including the Review of the effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems.
A. The effectiveness of Alcoholics Anonymous in treating alcoholism is a subject of ongoing interdisciplinary research and debate in a multitude of academic and non . Considering rehab? Choosing the right alcohol treatment center can be frustrating.