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Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit. (2002) Integrated care for drug users: principles and practices. Edinburgh: Substance Misuse Division, Scottish Executive. 192 p.

The rationale for integrated care and its wider context. Definitions and concepts of integrated care and its key elements: accessibility, assessment, planning and delivery of care, information sharing, monitoring and evaluation. Evidence from research literature, focus groups and consultation on the key issues that influence effective practice in integrated care. Key principles and elements of effective practice drawn from the evidence.

What is the aim?
To provide information and support:
To DATs and partner agencies in the planning, design and delivery of integrated care for drug users.
To service providers, managers and practitioners who are delivering services to people with drug misuse problems


Item Type
Evidence resource
Publication Type
Guideline
Drug Type
Alcohol or other drugs in general
Intervention Type
AOD disorder, AOD disorder treatment method, AOD disorder harm reduction, Education and training
Date
2002
Call No
JA, VH4
Pages
192 p.
Publisher
Substance Misuse Division, Scottish Executive
Corporate Creators
Scottish Executive. Substance Misuse Division. Effective Interventions Unit
Place of Publication
Edinburgh
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 826 (Available)

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