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Client and program factors associated with dropout from court mandated drug treatment.
Mortality among individuals accessing pharmacological treatment for opioid dependence in California, 2006-10.
In people with opiate dependence, detoxification and methadone maintenance treatment both independently reduce the instantaneous hazard of all-cause and drug-related mortality.
On Inclusion of Covariates for Class Enumeration of Growth Mixture Models
Recommendations for examining the class enumeration by the fitting model without covariates are provided and the potential of covariate inclusion as a remedy for the weakness of GMMclass enumeration without including covariates is discussed.
Psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Parental Bonding Instrument.
American Indians/Alaska Natives and Substance Abuse Treatment Outcomes: Positive Signs and Continuing Challenges
- Daniel L. Dickerson, S. Spear, P. Marinelli-Casey, R. Rawson, Libo Li, Y. Hser
- PsychologyJournal of addictive diseases
- 30 December 2010
No significant differences were revealed between AI/ANs and the matched comparison group in treatment outcomes at 12-months post-treatment based on legal, employment, medical, and psychiatric measures.
Comparing the dynamic course of heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine use over 10 years.
Maternal Mental Health and Children’s Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviors: Beyond Maternal Substance Use Disorders
- Y. Hser, H. I. Lanza, Libo Li, Emily Kahn, E. Evans, Marya T Schulte
- Psychology, Medicine
- 1 March 2015
Addressing maternal mental disorders (particularly severe mental disorders) and family problems are important for child well-being as these factors were significantly related to emotional and problem behaviors of children.
A Marginal Structural Modeling Approach to Assess the Cumulative Effect of Drug Treatment on Later Drug Use Abstinence
Results of the MSM showed that the cumulative treatment occurring over the 10 years significantly increased the likelihood of drug use abstinence in the subsequent 5-year period.
Comparative Effectiveness of California’s Proposition 36 and Drug Court Programs Before and After Propensity Score Matching
Significant behavioral improvements occurred for both Prop 36 and drug court offenders, but although more Prop 36 offenders were successful at discharge, more recidivated over a period of 12 months, suggesting core programmatic differences likely contributed to the differences in outcomes.