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Alcohol Dependence Clinical Trials

A listing of Alcohol Dependence medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (37) clinical trials

A Phase II, Randomized, Double-blind Study to Evaluate Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerablity of ALKS 3831 in Subjects with Schizophrenia with Alcohol Use Disorder

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New Approaches to Smoking Cessation in Heavy Drinkers

The purpose of the proposed project is to develop and test a 12-week integrated cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention for smoking and alcohol (SA) + varenicline (Chantix) among heavy drinking smokers (i.e., CBT for SA). The project involves two phases. In Phase 1, an open-label pre-pilot study of CBT for SA ...

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An Intervention to Promote Healthy Behaviors in Homeless Youth

The specific aims of this proposal are to: determine the effectiveness of a self-reflective preventive intervention to promote responsible substance use and safe sex behaviors (prevent HIV/AIDS) in homeless youths, ages18-23 years; determine whether psychological capital factors mediate the relationship between background risk factors (sexual orientation, duration of homelessness, sex ...

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Assessment of Valproate on Ethanol Withdrawal

Alcohol use disorder is a common comorbidity among trauma patients. This pre-existing condition is associated with Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome (AWS) and frequently complicates the management of this patient population. Current treatment and/or prevention of AWS includes the administration of sedatives (benzodiazepines [BZD]) in response to the manifestation AWS symptoms. This ...

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Interdisciplinary Study of A Novel Anticonvulsant in Alcoholism

Alcoholism is the third leading cause of preventable death in the US, accounting for 80,000 deaths annually. Almost 18 million US adults have alcohol use disorder (AUD); however, approved medications for the treatment of AUD has shown limited effectiveness. Zonisamide (ZON), a broad spectrum anticonvulsant, has proven to be more ...

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90-Day Online Substance Use Program

Individuals indicating risky substance use are randomly assigned either to a three-month online intervention on the Workit Health platform or a waitlist/treatment as usual. Those randomized to treatment will report reduced consumption of alcohol and other drugs and higher quality of life at study conclusion.

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Alcoholism: Emotion and Thinking

This research investigates brain structure and function in alcoholics compared to healthy nonalcoholic individuals. Alcoholics have shown impairments in cognitive processing of emotional signals. Some alcoholics are impaired in social skills, and many are unable to implement the strategies for interpersonal interactions that they recommend for themselves. For example, alcoholics ...

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Adherence and Coagulation Assays in Dabigatran-treated Patients With Atrial Fibrillation

In patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation treated with dabigatran etexilate, the level of adherence will be measured using a questionnaire, the Danish National Prescription Registry and pillcount and will be related to plasma levels of dabigatran measured by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) and coagulation assays. The aim of ...

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A Study of the Abuse Potential of Lasmiditan in Participants Who Are Recreational Drug Users

The purpose of this study is to assess the abuse potential of study drug lasmiditan. Lasmiditan will be compared to a marketed benzodiazepine, alprazolam (positive control), as well as to placebo (dummy substance that looks like lasmiditan or alprazolam without any active drug) to determine the potential for drug abuse. ...

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Harm Reduction With Pharmacotherapy (HaRP)

Homelessness and alcohol dependence are commonly co-occurring and serious public health issues. Unfortunately, abstinence-based alcohol treatment approaches are minimally effective in engaging and successfully treating homeless individuals with alcohol dependence. There have therefore been calls for more flexible and client-centered approaches tailored to this population's needs. Innovative, low-barrier approaches (e.g., ...

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