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Nabilone for the Treatment of Post-TraumaticStressDisorder: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines Nabilone for the Treatment of Post-TraumaticStressDisorder: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines | CADTH.ca Find the information you need Nabilone for the Treatment of Post-TraumaticStressDisorder: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines Nabilone for the Treatment of Post-TraumaticStressDisorder: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines Last (...) updated: February 20, 2019 Project Number: RC1076-000 Product Line: Research Type: Drug Report Type: Summary with Critical Appraisal Result type: Report Question What is the clinical effectiveness of nabilone for the treatment of post-traumaticstressdisorder in adults? What are the evidence-based guidelines regarding the use of nabilone for the treatment of post-traumaticstressdisorder in adults? Key Message Overall, two primary clinical studies, including one randomized controlled trial and one
Accelerated Resolution Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder, Anxiety Disorders, or Mood Disorders: Clinical Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness, and Guidelines Accelerated Resolution Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder, Anxiety Disorders, or Mood Disorders: Clinical Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness, and Guidelines | CADTH.ca Find the information you need Accelerated Resolution Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder, Anxiety Disorders, or Mood Disorders: Clinical Effectiveness (...) , Cost-Effectiveness, and Guidelines Accelerated Resolution Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder, Anxiety Disorders, or Mood Disorders: Clinical Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness, and Guidelines Last updated: September 19, 2019 Project Number: RB1404-000 Product Line: Research Type: Non-Pharma Mental Health Intervention Report Type: Summary of Abstracts Result type: Report Question What is the clinical effectiveness of Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) for the treatment of adults with post
Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder | CADTH.ca Find the information you need Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Post-TraumaticStressDisorder Last updated: October 2, 2019 Project Number: OP0537-000 Product Line: Result type: Report Expected Completion Date: March 27, 2020 Post (...) -TraumaticStressDisorder (PTSD) occurs as a response to an acute traumatic event or an extreme stressor. Symptoms include fear, helplessness, hyperarousal, re-experiencing of the event, and avoidance of reminders of the event for at least one month. PTSD can be treated with pharmacological and psychological interventions such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). CBT delivered through the Internet (iCBT) may mitigate barriers to accessing face-to-face CBT such as geographical distance or cost
Propranolol’s effects on memory reconsolidation in patients with PTSD "Propranolol’s effects on memory reconsolidation in patients with PTSD" by Samuel Taibi < > > > > > Title Author Date of Graduation Summer 8-10-2019 Degree Type Capstone Project Degree Name Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Rights . Abstract Background: Posttraumatic stressdisorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder affecting millions of the US population. Symptoms and comorbidities of the disorder can (...) : An exhaustive literature search of MEDLINE-Ovid, MEDLINE-Pubmed, Google Scholar, and Web of Science with the terms PTSD, Posttraumatic stressdisorder, reconsolidation, and propranolol was conducted. Bibliographies were also searched for relevant studies. The studies were evaluated using GRADE criteria. Results: A search of currently available research yielded 232 articles, 3 of which met inclusion criteria. One of the studies was a meta-analysis from 2013, one study was a continuation from a previous study
Multiple session early psychological interventions for the prevention of post-traumaticstressdisorder. The prevention of long-term psychological distress following traumatic events is a major concern. Systematic reviews have suggested that individual psychological debriefing is not an effective intervention at preventing post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Over the past 20 years, other forms of intervention have been developed with the aim of preventing PTSD.To examine the efficacy (...) of psychological interventions aimed at preventing PTSD in individuals exposed to a traumatic event but not identified as experiencing any specific psychological difficulties, in comparison with control conditions (e.g. usual care, waiting list and no treatment) and other psychological interventions.We searched the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), MEDLINE, Embase, PsycINFO and ProQuest's Published International Literature On TraumaticStress (PILOTS) database to 3 March 2018
conducted with older adults from Western Europe.AimsExamining the efficacy of NET in a sample of older adults.Out-patients with post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD), aged 55 years and over, were randomly assigned to either 11 sessions of NET (n = 18) or 11 sessions of present-centred therapy (PCT) (n = 15) and assessed on the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale (CAPS) pre-treatment, post-treatment and at follow-up. Total scores as well as symptom scores (re-experience, avoidance and hyperarousal) were (...) Randomised controlled trial comparing narrative exposure therapy with present-centred therapy for older patients with post-traumaticstressdisorder Evidence-based treatment and age-specific services are required to address the needs of trauma-affected older populations. Narrative exposure therapy (NET) may present an appropriate treatment approach for this population since it provides prolonged exposure in a lifespan perspective. As yet, however, no trial on this intervention has been
Data Synthesis 20 Rating the Body of Evidence 21 Peer Review 21 Results 22 Literature Flow 22 Figure 1. Literature Flow Chart 22 Key Question 1a: Is the prevalence of psychiatric conditions (posttraumatic stressdisorder [PTSD], depressive disorders, substance use disorders, suicidal ideation or attempts, and anxiety disorders) different in service members and Veterans with and without deployment-related mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) (one or more)? 23 Key Question 1b: How do severity (...) in service members and Veterans with a history of deployment-related mTBI. We addressed the following key questions: Key Question 1a. Is the prevalence of psychiatric conditions (posttraumatic stressdisorder [PTSD], depressive disorders, substance use disorders, suicidal ideation or attempts, and anxiety disorders) different in service members and Veterans with and without deployment-related mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) (one or more)? Key Question 1b. How do severity and persistence of psychiatric
. [ ; ; ; ] Risk factors What are the risk factors? Risk factors for post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) include: Exposure to a — the type of event affects the risk of PTSD, with higher rates reported following rape and physical assault than following an accident. People who may be at greater risk of experiencing trauma include: Members of the armed forces (including combat veterans and ex-service personnel). Members of the ambulance, police, prison, and fire services, other emergency personnel (including (...) prevalances of PTSD (ranging from approximately 1% to 12%) This variation is thought to be due to differences in factors including study design, methods of diagnostic assessment, likelihood of exposure to traumatic events, and social factors. An observational study conducted in members of the armed forces (deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan) found the prevalence of probable post-traumaticstressdisorder to be approximately 4%. Military personal who were in combat roles were almost twice as likely to report
Internet-based cognitive and behavioural therapies for post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) in adults. Therapist-delivered trauma-focused psychological therapies are an effective treatment for post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). These have become the accepted first-line treatments for the disorder. Despite the established evidence-base for these therapies, they are not always widely available or accessible. Many barriers limit treatment uptake, such as the limited number of qualified (...) and behavioural therapy (I-C/BT) for PTSD.To assess the effects of I-C/BT for PTSD in adults.We searched the Cochrane Common Mental Disorders Group's Specialised Register (CCMDCTR) to June 2016 and identified four studies meeting the inclusion criteria. The CCMDCTR includes relevant randomised controlled trials (RCT) from MEDLINE, Embase, and PsycINFO. We also searched online clinical trial registries and reference lists of included studies, and contacted researchers in the field to identify additional
of care 27 Planning treatment and supporting engagement 29 Active monitoring 30 Psychologically-focused debriefing 31 Psychological interventions for the prevention of PTSD in children and young people 32 Psychological interventions for the treatment of PTSD in children and young people 33 Drug treatments for children and young people 35 Psychological interventions for the prevention of PTSD in adults 35 Psychological interventions for the treatment of PTSD in adults 36 Post-traumaticstressdisorder (...) -and- conditions#notice-of-rights). Page 4 of 54This guideline replaces CG26. This guideline is the basis of QS53. Ov Overview erview This guideline covers recognising, assessing and treating post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) in children, young people and adults. It aims to improve quality of life by reducing symptoms of PTSD such as anxiety, sleep problems and difficulties with concentration. Recommendations also aim to raise awareness of the condition and improve coordination of care. Who
Doubly Randomized Preference Trial of Prolonged Exposure Versus Sertraline for Treatment of PTSD The authors examined the effect of patient treatment preference on the differential effectiveness of prolonged exposure and sertraline for the treatment of posttraumatic stressdisorder (PTSD).In a doubly randomized preference trial, 200 patients with PTSD viewed standardized treatment rationales prior to randomization. Patients were first randomized to choice of treatment or no choice. Those (...) assigned to no choice were then randomized to prolonged exposure or sertraline. Acute treatment was 10 weeks, with 24-month follow-up. Interviewer-rated PTSD symptom severity was the main outcome measure, and depression, anxiety, and functioning were assessed as additional outcomes.Patients preferred prolonged exposure over sertraline (number needed to benefit [NNTB]=4.5). Using intent-to-treat analyses (N=200), both prolonged exposure and sertraline showed large gains that were maintained over 24
, and an assessment of risk: this can be facilitated by the use of screening questionnaires and a clinical interview schedule. Trauma-focused psychological treatments are the most effective treatment. Pharmacotherapy may be used in patients who do not respond to, cannot tolerate, do not want, or do not have access to psychological therapies. Definition Post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) may develop following exposure to 1 or more traumatic events such as deliberate acts of interpersonal violence, severe (...) Post-traumaticstressdisorderPost-traumaticstressdisorder - Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment | BMJ Best Practice You'll need a subscription to access all of BMJ Best Practice Search Post-traumaticstressdisorder Last reviewed: February 2019 Last updated: September 2018 Summary Disorder that may develop (either immediately or delayed) following exposure to a stressful event or situation of an exceptionally threatening or catastrophic nature. According to DSM-5, it is characterised by 4
Prolonged exposure therapy and supportive counselling for post-traumaticstressdisorder in adolescents: task-shifting randomised controlled trial Empirical evidence on the effectiveness of evidence-based treatments for adolescents with post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) in low-resource settings is needed.AimsTo evaluate the comparative effectiveness of prolonged exposure and supportive counselling in adolescents with PTSD.Sixty-three adolescents (13-18 years) with PTSD were randomly (...) assigned to receive either of the interventions comprising 7-14 sessions of treatment (trial registration in the Pan African Clinical Trials Registry: PACTR201511001345372). The primary outcome measure was PTSD symptom severity, as independently assessed on the Child PTSD Symptom Scale at pre-treatment, post-treatment, and at 3- and 6-month follow-up.Participants receiving prolonged exposure experienced greater improvement on the PTSD symptom severity scale than those receiving supportive counselling
(QUERI) Evidence-Based Synthesis Program. Benefits and Harms (...) of Cannabis in Chronic Pain or PTSD : A Systematic Review Recent studies suggest that from 45% to 80% of individuals who seek cannabis for medical purposes do so for pain management, and an estimated 6% to 39% of patients who are prescribed opioid medication for pain also use cannabis. In addition, more than one-third of patients seeking cannabis for medical purposes cite post-traumaticstressdisorder ( PTSD ) as the primary reason (...) and other psychotic spectrum disorders, bipolar disorder, and posttraumatic stressdisorder ( PTSD ), adherence to 2016 5. Internet-based cognitive and behavioural therapies for post-traumaticstressdisorder ( PTSD ) in adults [Cochrane Protocol] Internet-based cognitive and behavioural therapies for post-traumaticstressdisorder ( PTSD ) in adults [Cochrane Protocol] PROSPERO International prospective register of systematic reviews Internet-based cognitive and behavioural therapies for post-traumatic
. Department of Defense (DoD), has been involved in the development, evaluation, and testing of 15 mobile apps designed specifically to address the needs and concerns of veterans and others experiencing symptoms of posttraumatic stressdisorder (PTSD). These applications include seven treatment-companion apps (designed to be used with a provider, in conjunction with an evidence-based therapy) and eight self-management apps (designed to be used independently or as an adjunct or extender of traditional care (...) VA mobile apps for PTSD and related problems: public health resources for veterans and those who care for them Many public health agencies, including the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), have identified the use of mobile technologies as an essential part of a larger strategy to address major public health challenges. The VA's National Center for PTSD (NCPTSD), in collaboration with VA's Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention and the Defense Health Agency inside the U.S
PTSD Coach around the world Posttraumatic stressdisorder (PTSD) is a global public health problem. Unfortunately, many individuals with PTSD do not receive professional care due to a lack of available providers, stigma about mental illness, and other concerns. Technology-based interventions, including mobile phone applications (apps) may be a viable means of surmounting such barriers and reaching and helping those in need. Given this potential, in 2011 the U.S Veterans Affairs National Center (...) for PTSD released PTSD Coach, a mobile app intended to provide psycho-education and self-management tools for trauma survivors with PTSD symptoms. Emerging research on PTSD Coach demonstrates high user satisfaction, feasibility, and improvement in PTSD symptoms and other psychosocial outcomes. A model of openly sharing the app's source code and content has resulted in versions being created by individuals in six other countries: Australia, Canada, The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, and Denmark
Delivering Clinical Practice Guideline-Concordant Care for PTSD and Major Depression in Military Treatment Facilities Providing accessible, high-quality care for psychological health (PH) conditions, such as posttraumatic stressdisorder (PTSD) and major depressive disorder (MDD), is important to maintaining a healthy, mission-ready force. It is unclear whether the current system of care meets the needs of service members with PTSD or MDD, and little is known about the barriers to delivering (...) guideline-concordant care. RAND used existing provider workforce data, a provider survey, and key informant interviews to (1) provide an overview of the PH workforce at military treatment facilities (MTFs), (2) examine the extent to which care for PTSD and MDD in military treatment facilities is consistent with Department of Veterans Affairs/Department of Defense clinical practice guidelines, and (3) identify facilitators and barriers to providing this care. This study provides a comprehensive
Quality of Care for PTSD and Depression in the Military Health System: Final Report The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) strives to maintain a physically and psychologically healthy, mission-ready force, and the care provided by the Military Health System (MHS) is critical to meeting this goal. Attention has been directed to ensuring the quality and availability of programs and services for posttraumatic stressdisorder (PTSD) and depression. This study is a comprehensive assessment (...) of the quality of care delivered by the MHS in 2013-2014 for over 38,000 active-component service members with PTSD or depression. The assessment includes performance on 30 quality measures to evaluate the receipt of recommended assessments and treatments. These measures draw on multiple data sources including administrative encounter data, medical record review data, and patient self-reported outcome monitoring data. The assessment identified strengths and areas for improvement for the MHS. In particular
% medical grade oxygen inside a chamber where the air pressure is raised at least 1.4 times greater than normal. The FDA has cleared HBOT for several types of injuries, including wound healing, necrotizing infections, burns, radiation injury, and carbon monoxide poisoning. Given the microscopic and macroscopic wounds to the white matter of the brain that have been attributed to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD), HBOT also has been explored as a therapy (...) Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for Traumatic Brain Injury and/or Post-traumaticStressDisorder. VA ESP Project #09-199; 2018. Please feel free to forward this information to others! Read on the HSR&D website. ESP is currently soliciting review topics from the broader VA community. Nominations will be accepted electronically using the online . If your topic is selected for a synthesis, you will be contacted by an ESP Center to refine the questions and determine a timeline for the report. This Management e
Virtual humans: transforming mHealth for veterans with post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) 29683131 2018 11 14 2306-9740 4 2018 mHealth Mhealth Virtual humans: transforming mHealth for veterans with post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). 7 10.21037/mhealth.2018.03.03 Albright Glenn G Department of Psychology, Baruch College, City University of New York, New York, NY, USA. McMillan Jeremiah T JT Department of Psychology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA. eng Editorial 2018 03 30 China