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Brian Rush
Many planners and administrators now look to “collaboration” or “integration” as a solution, or at least a partial solution, to challenges related to access and delivery of substance use and mental health services and health services in general....
Gail W. Stuart, A. John Rush, John A. Morris
Practice guidelines have proliferated in mental health and addiction services; more than 40 organizations have developed guidelines in the field. However, much confusion, controversy, and contextual issues remain, particularly regarding effective...
C. Price, D. Chanchan, C. Wheeler, N. Seip, & J. Rush
Homelessness is one of the most pressing issues facing a disproportionate number of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) youth in the United States. This second edition of At the Intersections reveals what has changed...
CA Claassen, CW Hughes, S Gilfillan, D McIntire, A Roose, M Lumpkin, AJ. Rush
OBJECTIVE: To compare three methods for rating legitimate use of psychiatric emergency services (PES) in order to develop criteria that can differentiate appropriate from inappropriate PES service requests. METHOD: Ratings of PES visits by treating...
Tim D. Aubry, Donald A. Wasylenki, Donna Pettey, Terry Krupa, Brian Rush
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William Torrey, Robert E. Drake, Lisa Dixon, Barbara Burns, Laurie Flynn, A. John Rush, Robin Clark, Dale Klatzker
Extensive empirical research, summarized in several reviews and codified in practice guidelines, recommendations, and algorithms, demonstrates that several pharmacological and psychosocial interventions are effective in improving the lives of...
Megan Dwight-Johnson, Isabel Lagomasino, George Simpson
This article discusses the rapid expansion of pharmacopeia in psychiatry within recent decades. The authors assert that, in the rush to embrace newer medications, older but effective agents are being left behind, even though evidence-based...
Background: Peer use of take home naloxone has the potential to reduce drug related deaths. There appears to be a paucity of research amongst homeless drug users on the topic. This study explores the acceptability and potential risk of peer use of...
Jenny Stratton
The picture of homelessness in rural and frontier America is very different than that in urban and metropolitan areas. It is harder to identify people who are homeless, and to provide access to services. Lee Flamik of Rush County, KS has been...
This commentary questions the current rush to reify comorbidity that a medical disease lexicon encourages. The emphasis on comorbidities has proceeded without clear evidence that true diseases are thereby identified. Its consequence is an obscuring...
The selective noradrenaline re-uptake inhibitor reboxetine may have advantages over the selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors fluoxetine and citalopram, in effects on sexual function and satisfaction. The effects of reboxetine and paroxetine on...
Brandon D. L. Marshall, Thomas Kerr, Jiezhi Qi, Evan Wood
Background: Although street-involved youth who inject illicit drugs are known to be at an increased risk of HIV and other adverse health outcomes, little is known about public injecting among this population and how injecting in...
Terri Vallance
There had been a number of assumptions and intuitive conclusions about the Fort McMurray homeless population and their needs, but these conclusions had never been validated by consumer data. Both the local and international body of research on the...