Researchers sought to determine the acceptability and preliminary effectiveness of Mind-Body Skills Groups (MBSGs) as a treatment for depressed adolescents in primary care.
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Research conducted by the CDC concludes that the majority of adolescents, especially those aged 12 to 14 years, are not receiving comprehensive health care transition planning by their primary care provider.
Researchers sought to investigate the feasibility of regular systematic case reviews through telepsychiatric consultation to improve workforce training and development within rural primary care clinics.
Researchers sought to evaluate the prevalence of pre-existing conditions for adverse events and potential drug-drug interactions related to selected atypical antipsychotics and other non-antidepressant agents among adults with treatment-resistant depression.
Simple coping behaviors may protect against anxiety and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown.
Study finds screening methods for teenage girls and adult women are generally accurate for the diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder.
Researchers conducted a randomized clinical trial to assess whether 24 weeks of treatment with rotigotine can modify cognitive functions in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer disease.
Heightened cognitive arousal at bedtime is linked to objective sleep disturbances and indicators of psychological hyperarousal at night and during the day.
Healthcare professionals see the benefits of prescribing cannabis therapies but report significant knowledge gaps in both recreational and medical cannabis.
Researchers sought to examine national- and county-level buprenorphine prescription patterns by patient demographics and clinician specialty, and county-level characteristics associated with buprenorphine dispensing.
Researchers sought to determine the relationship between neuroimaging markers and other clinical characteristics with mild parkinsonian signs in older adults.
Approximately one-third of patients with migraine reported using opioids to treat their symptoms, a practice that contrasts with current guidelines.
The American College of Physicians statement outlines how the “status quo” created health inequalities and prevented the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and outlines steps on how to move forward.
The USPSTF has updated its 2014 evidence report on the potential benefits and harms of interventions to prevent illicit drug use in children, adolescents, and young adults.
Researchers conducted a cross-sectional study to assess nurse practitioners’ attitudes and beliefs regarding working with individuals with a mental health disorder.
Researchers sought to determine whether the Columbia Protocol is an effective tool to reduce suicide among black adolescents.
Researchers sought to identify health care system factors that contribute to missed or delayed diagnosis of dementia by primary care providers.
Researchers sought to analyze the rate of burnout in practicing nurse practitioners by looking at contributing factors that play a role in compassion fatigue and compassion satisfaction.
A total of 41.4% of PAs had symptoms of burnout, but 65.3% were satisfied with work-life integration.
Although the American Academy of Pediatrics has published thorough guidelines and recommendations for screening for developmental disorders, many clinicians have not incorporated screening into routine well visits.
Researchers sought to better understand the clinical practice patterns of ob-gyn physicians regarding their screening practices and management of depression during menopause.
Mindfulness and decentering training (MDT) can be introduced into a physician assistant curriculum to improve overall life satisfaction and perceived stress.
Despite increases in therapy for opioid use disorder, treatments, a widening treatment gap exists between young people aged 15 to 24 years and older adults.
Researchers sought to identify the major leading nonpharmaceutical intervention for ADHD cognitive symptomology, as well as which cognitive symptoms are most amenable to change.
Researchers sought to document and describe the contributions of certified PAs across practice areas in addressing mental health conditions.
Patients with schizophrenia who participated in a telephone intervention problem-solving program were found to have higher rates of medication adherence compared with patients who received routine hospital care for schizophrenia.
Researchers analyzed pregnant women in the BASIC cohort to determine whether certain lifestyle and background characteristics are linked to an increased risk of developing depression at a specific stage of the perinatal period.
Analyzing personality characteristics and risk behaviors of youth who use synthetic cannabinoids may prevent addiction and adverse effects associated with drug use.
Compared with controls, eHealth interventions were found to be associated with significantly lower anxiety scores for women during the perinatal period.
A greater number of early adverse life events as well as more severe traumatic experiences were found to be associated with an increased risk for developing irritable bowel syndrome.
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