Bijlsma, Anne M E van der Put, Claudia E Vial, Annemiek van Horn, Joan Overbeek, Geertjan Assink, Mark
Journal of interpersonal violence
Although many studies have concluded that men and women engage in domestic violence at equal levels, existing studies have hardly focused on gender specific risk factors for domestic violence perpetration. Therefore, this study aimed to examine gender differences in criminogenic risk factors between Dutch male and female forensic outpatients who we...
Semmlinger, Verena Ehring, Thomas
Clinical psychology & psychotherapy
Refugees and asylum seekers are exposed to multiple burdensome experiences and suffer from ongoing post-migration stressors that are known to affect the physical and mental health. In psychological treatment offered to refugees and asylum seekers, dropout is an important challenge. The current practice-oriented review aims to provide for the first ...
Pinto, Deepika Agrawal, Anisha Agrawal, Aniruddh Sinha, Sourabh Aroojis, Alaric
The Journal of foot and ankle surgery : official publication of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
A retrospective comparative study was conducted, aiming to identify factors associated with dropout from clubfoot treatment by Ponseti method in low- and middle-income countries. A prospectively gathered database of patients who received treatment at a high-volume urban clubfoot clinic over 6 years was queried for dropouts. A "dropout" was identifi...
Ker, Sheryl Hsu, Jennifer Balani, Anisha Mukherjee, Sankha Subhra Rush, A John Khan, Mehreen Elchehabi, Sara Huffhines, Seth DeMoss, Dustin Rentería, Miguel E
Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment
Purpose To describe attrition patterns of opioid use disorder (OUD) patients treated with buprenorphine (BUP) and to assess how clinical, sociodemographic, or BUP medication dosing features are associated with attrition. Patients and Methods Electronic health records of adults (16+ year-olds) with OUD treated with BUP from 23 different substance us...
Coêlho, Bruno M Santana, Geilson L Viana, Maria C Wang, Yuan-Pang Andrade, Laura H
Revista brasileira de psiquiatria (Sao Paulo, Brazil : 1999)
Most countries fail to treat individuals with psychopathologies. Investigating treatment barriers and reasons for dropout are key elements to overcoming this scenario. A representative sample of 2,942 urban-dwelling adults was interviewed face-to-face within a cross-sectional, stratified, multistage probability survey of the general population. Psy...
Coêlho, Bruno M. Santana, Geilson L. Viana, Maria C. Wang, Yuan-Pang Andrade, Laura H.
Objective: Most countries fail to treat individuals with psychopathologies. Investigating treatment barriers and reasons for dropout are key elements to overcoming this scenario. Methods: A representative sample of 2,942 urban-dwelling adults was interviewed face-to-face within a cross-sectional, stratified, multistage probability survey of the gen...
Kline, Alexander C Baier, Allison L Klein, Alexandra B Feeny, Norah C Zoellner, Lori A
Behaviour research and therapy
Despite effective interventions for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), many patients prematurely drop out. Differentiating "types" of dropout at various stages of treatment may improve our ability to predict and prevent attrition. Using data from a doubly randomized preference trial, this study examined patient dropout prior to treatment and com...
Wilks, Chelsey R Yin, Qingqing Zuromski, Kelly L
Telemedicine journal and e-health : the official journal of the American Telemedicine Association
Background: The emergence of computerized treatment may help reduce the gap between mental health treatment needs and accessibility, but unfortunately, dropout from these interventions is often high. Introduction: To increase the effectiveness of computerized interventions and reduce dropout, particularly among high-risk and clinically complex popu...
Stratton, Natalie Mendoza Alvarez, Mariana Labrish, Cathy Barnhart, Ryan McMain, Shelley
Journal of personality disorders
Treatment dropout among individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD) is associated with negative psychosocial outcomes. Identifying predictors of dropout among this population is critical to understanding how to improve treatment retention. The present study extends the current literature by examining both static and dynamic predictors of...
Villa, Simone Ferrarese, Maurizio Sotgiu, Giovanni Castellotti, Paola Francesca Saderi, Laura Grecchi, Cecilia Saporiti, Matteo Raviglione, Mario Codecasa, Luigi Ruffo
Journal of Clinical Medicine
To tackle the tuberculosis (TB) epidemic, in 2014 the World Health Organization launched the End TB Strategy, which includes action to prevent latent TB infection (LTBI) reactivation. Available preventive treatments (PT) are based on either isoniazid (INH) alone or rifampicin (RIF)-containing regimens. This study aims to assess and compare PT compl...