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This study aims to analyze the needs of those who have lost a loved one to opioid-related death and/or those currently supporting a loved one in treatment for Opioid Use Disorder. Mental health status related to the death or support of a loved one will be assessed through a survey and through the use of several modules of the CAT-MH (computerized adaptive testing-mental health suite) questionnaire.


Clinical Trial Description

This study aims to establish the level of needs in the community among those who have lost loved ones to opioid overdose and/or currently support those in opioid addiction recovery. This study aims to analyze the needs of those who have lost a loved one to opioid-related death and/or those currently supporting a loved one in treatment for Opioid Use Disorder. The study will evaluate the mental health status for each study participant through a primary survey as well as current participant mental health status through the use of several modules of the CAT-MH adaptive testing questionnaire. CAT-MH will be used to rapidly measure severity levels of depression, anxiety, and substance use risk after participants complete the primary survey. The primary survey assesses the immediate impact of overdose death by a loved one and recognition of the onset of opioid addiction in the years after the event on family and community members. The primary survey will compare the impact of loss and/or recovery support on mental health and substance use at specified time points before and after the loss and/or an individual finding out about a loved one's opioid addiction. The primary survey will also evaluate attitudes in this population about mindfulness and self-compassion skills training, openness to technology and various treatment options, current and past levels of depression, anxiety and grief, as well as thematic areas of need specific to those who have lost a loved one to opioid overdose and/or currently support a loved one in opioid addiction recovery. ;


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NCT number NCT05116852
Study type Observational
Source Cambridge Health Alliance
Contact Grace Janzow
Phone 716-574-6689
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date November 2021
Completion date June 2022

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