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A refined compilation of implementation strategies: results from the Expert Recommendations for Implementing Change (ERIC) project
The ERIC study aimed to refine a published compilation of implementation strategy terms and definitions by systematically gathering input from a wide range of stakeholders with expertise in implementation science and clinical practice to generate consensus on implementation strategies and definitions. Expand
Prevalence of Depression–PTSD Comorbidity: Implications for Clinical Practice Guidelines and Primary Care-based Interventions
Comorbid PTSD among depressed patients is associated with increased illness burden, poorer prognosis, and delayed response to depression treatment, and Providers should consider recommending psychotherapeutic interventions for depressed patients with PTSD. Expand
Use of concept mapping to characterize relationships among implementation strategies and assess their feasibility and importance: results from the Expert Recommendations for Implementing Change
This study provides initial validation of the implementation strategies within the ERIC compilation as being conceptually distinct, and categorization and strategy ratings of importance and feasibility may facilitate the search for and selection of strategies that are best suited for implementation efforts in a particular setting. Expand
PRISM-E: comparison of integrated care and enhanced specialty referral in managing at-risk alcohol use.
It is suggested that older persons with at-risk drinking can substantially modify their drinking over time and the magnitude of reduction in alcohol use was comparable with other intervention studies. Expand
Alcohol Consumption Among Older Adults in Primary Care
The majority of participants were nondrinkers; among alcohol users, at-risk drinkers did not differ significantly from moderate drinkers in their characteristics or for the 3 health parameters evaluated; in contrast, heavy drinking was associated with depression and anxiety and less social support, and heavy drinking combined with binge drinking was related with depressive/anxiety symptoms and perceived poor health. Expand
Rural at-risk drinkers: correlates and one-year use of alcoholism treatment services.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to identify a community sample of rural and urban at-risk drinkers, to compare them in terms of sociodemographics, access measures and severity of illness, andExpand
Outcomes of a Partnered Facilitation Strategy to Implement Primary Care–Mental Health
The addition of a highly partnered IF strategy to national level support resulted in greater Reach and Adoption of the mandated PC-MHI initiative, thereby increasing patient access to VA mental health care. Expand
Depression after alcohol treatment as a risk factor for relapse among male veterans.
Examination of the association between relapse-to-drinking and depressive symptomatology measured during inpatient treatment for alcohol disorder and 3 months posttreatment revealed that those with persistent depressive symptomAtology reported at both baseline and 3 weeks posttreatment did not experience worse outcomes that those who reported symptom atology at 3 monthsPosttreatment alone. Expand
Partnering with communities to address the mental health needs of rural veterans.
A Veterans Affairs medical center-based program designed to improve engagement in, and access to, mental health care for veterans returning to rural areas and its success to date has encouraged program and VA clinical leadership to expand beyond the original sites. Expand