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Duff, Petrina and Moran, Rosalyn and O'Brien, Mary (1998) A study on the feasibility of the inclusion of general practitioners and prisons in the National Drug Treatment Reporting System: plan for the implementation of the NDTRS in prison and GP services. Final report. Dublin: Health Research Board.

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The Drug Misuse Research Division of the Health Research Board operates the National Drug Treatment Reporting System (NDTRS). The system is used to provide epidemiological information on treated problem drug misuse in Ireland and informs policy makers, researchers and the general public. The NDTRS collates data from participating treatment centres in all Health Board areas, however a gap in information exists in that drug misusers in treatment units within prisons and those treated by General Practitioners are not included. This study aims to determine the feasibility of including these two groups to increase coverage of the NDTRS and outlines preliminary steps for their inclusion.


Date
1998
Call No
RA14.6, JA, VH4.2
Pages
183 p.
Publisher
Health Research Board
Place of Publication
Dublin
Keywords
general practitioner, Ireland, national survey, prison, prison-based health service, prison-based prevention
Notes
Appendices include questionnaires, data collection forms, consent form for methadone protocol for GPs, frequency tables for variables and a list of detention centres in Ireland.
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Accession Number
HRB 1739 (Available)

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