By James L Sorensen, Richard A Rawson PhD, Joseph R Guydish, Joan Ellen Zweben PhD
In Drug Abuse remedy via Collaboration, James L. Sorensen and co-editors Richard A. Rawson, Joseph Guydish, and Joan E. Zweben start to slim the divide that exists among learn and medical perform. Bringing insights from their event on each side of the divide, they describe how the matter is in part a failure of conversation. within the practitioner's view, examine turns out disconnected from scientific wishes, and researchers will not be asking significant questions about remedy. From the researcher's view, remedy pros won't look open to new rules, and the diffusion of data to the sphere turns out too gradual. consequently, regardless of a growth in clinical findings on the topic of neuroscience, pharmacology, health and wellbeing prone supply, and different comparable disciplines, there was little greater than a ripple within the medical therapy of habit. This pioneering ebook promotes (and exemplifies) collaboration among examine and perform within the substance abuse box. A multidisciplinary staff of scientists and practitioners probe such subject matters as what field-developed remedies have attracted learn consciousness, what research-developed remedies were comfortably followed into the sector, and what's had to carry researchers and practitioners into accord. It illustrates how, operating jointly, researchers and practitioners can determine and extra increase promising medical protocols, hire the main rigorous criteria to check them, and positioned into perform these remedies which turn out to be most excellent.
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Modified TCs • Drug use and criminality declined along with improvements in employment and psychological status for various special populations (De Leon, 1997; De Leon, Sacks, Staines, & McKendrick, 2000; Simpson, Wexler, & Inciardi, 1999). , 1997; Jainchill, Hawke, De Leon, & Yagelka, 2000; Melnick, De Leon, & Thomas, 2001; Simpson, 1981). Aftercare—services beyond primary treatment in the residential TC—is a critical component of stable outcomes. Thus, regardless of planned duration of primary treatment, individuals must continue in the treatment process for some undetermined time beyond the residential phase.
If this is the case, auricular acupuncture may facilitate initiation of cocaine abstinence in patients for whom craving is the primary trigger for continued cocaine use. Similar to a course of psychotropic pharmacotherapy, acupuncture may be of benefit in providing relatively rapid relief for patients, which may suggest that, also similar to pharmacotherapy, the time course and duration of acupuncture’s treatment effects are likely to be different from those of a psychosocial intervention (cf. Elkin, Pilkonis, Docherty, & Sotsky, 1988).
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Drug Abuse Treatment Through Collaboration: Practice and Research Partnerships That Work by James L Sorensen, Richard A Rawson PhD, Joseph R Guydish, Joan Ellen Zweben PhD