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Rapid and sustained symptom reduction following psilocybin treatment for anxiety and depression in patients with life-threatening cancer: a randomized controlled trial
Background: Clinically significant anxiety and depression are common in patients with cancer, and are associated with poor psychiatric and medical outcomes. Historical and recent research suggests aExpand
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Long-term follow-up of psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy for psychiatric and existential distress in patients with life-threatening cancer
Background: A recently published randomized controlled trial compared single-dose psilocybin with single-dose niacin in conjunction with psychotherapy in participants with cancer-related psychiatricExpand
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Perceived eHealth Literacy and Information Behavior of Older Adults Enrolled in a Health Information Outreach Program
ABSTRACT In collaboration with a public library system, faculty from a health sciences center library offered a series of courses for older adults based on the NIHSeniorHealth Toolkit for Trainers. AExpand
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Academic Librarians’ Knowledge of Bibliometrics and Altmetrics
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We measure the knowledge and opinions that academic librarians have of established and emerging research metrics such as bibliometrics and altmetrics. Expand
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Clinical Interpretations of Patient Experience in a Trial of Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy for Alcohol Use Disorder
After a hiatus of some 40 years, clinical research has resumed on the use of classic hallucinogens to treat addiction. Following completion of a small open-label feasibility study, we are currentlyExpand
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Cultivating a community of practice: the evolution of a health information specialists program for public librarians
Background To help improve the culture of health in Oklahoma—a state that frequently ranks poorly on multiple measures of health and wellness—faculty librarians from an academic health sciencesExpand
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Individual Experiences in Four Cancer Patients Following Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy
A growing body of evidence shows that existential and spiritual well-being in cancer patients is associated with better medical outcomes, improved quality of life, and serves as a buffer againstExpand
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