Computerized Anxiety Sensitivity Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders

Computerized Anxiety Sensitivity Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders

Publication date: May 10, 2019

The primary aim of the current project is to test the acceptability and feasibility of a computerized intervention, titled Computerized Anxiety Sensitivity Treatment (CAST), delivered to Veterans seeking treatment for an opioid use disorder. The second aim of the study is to examine the utility of CAST by gathering data on symptom change. The final aim of the current study is to test the effects of CAST on rates of attendance and retention in a substance use disorder treatment (SUDT) program.

Concepts Keywords
Accounting Utility reduction protocols
Addiction Addiction
Arousal Substance dependence
Bipolar Disorder Heroin
Care System Opioid use disorder
Gender Morphinans
Louisiana Morphine
Malleable Chemical compounds
Opioid Psychoactive drugs
Opioid Addiction RTT
Opioid Epidemic Opioids
Opioid Overdose Treatment opioid disorder
Psychotic Retention substance disorder
Relapse Utility reduction protocols
Risk Factor
Symptom

Semantics

Type Source Name
gene UNIPROT ALG3
gene UNIPROT NR4A2
disease DOID bipolar disorder
disease MESH bipolar disorder
disease MESH substance use disorder
gene UNIPROT CAST
gene UNIPROT CD3EAP
gene UNIPROT ERC2
gene UNIPROT DNMT1
gene UNIPROT CD69
gene UNIPROT CD5L
disease DOID Anxiety
disease MESH Anxiety

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