PROTOCOL NIDA-CTN-0044-A-2


Acceptability of a Web-delivered, Evidence-based, Psychosocial Intervention among Individuals with Substance Use Disorders who Identify as American Indian/Alaska Native

Edward Nunes, MD
Lead Investigator
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
New York Psychiatric Institute
nunesed@pi.cpmc.columbia.edu

This ancillary study is related to CTN-0044, "Web Delivery of Evidence-Based, Psychosocial Treatment for Substance Use Disorders."

This study aims to examine the acceptability of a web-delivered Community Reinforcement Approach intervention (Therapeutic Education System - TES) among clients who identify as American Indian/Alaska Native in two non-reservation based treatment programs: City/County Alcohol & Drug Programs (CCADP) in Rapid City, SD (Ohio Valley Node) and Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest (NARA) in Portland, OR (Western States Node).  The study will recruit approximately 40 participants over 4 months and collect both quantitative and qualitative acceptability data.  Qualitative data obtained from post treatment, semi-structured individual interviews will be used to interpret quantitative findings, raise additional intervention-related factors important to participants, and inform possible TES adaptation for this population. 

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