This is a long established professional association that accredits counsellors working in the specific field of addiction.
The HSE library service have arranged that the clinical tool BMJ Best Practice is available free to everyone in Ireland. It provides healthcare professionals with quick, easy access to the latest information and evidence for diagnosis and treatment decisions.
CORU’s role is to protect the public by promoting high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence through statutory registration of health and social care professionals.
The IASW provide support to social workers in the practice of their profession.
Guidelines and standards for health and social care professionals in Ireland, including podcasts and videos.
Range of resources to support clinical and management decision-making, evidence-based patient care and CPD.
Practice Links is a free e-publication for practitioners working in Irish social services, voluntary and non-governmental sectors.
Guidelines & standards, legislation, publications, research, Also publishes Probation Journal
SCI provides a consistent and cohesive voice to key issues relevant to social care work and education, and brings elements of social care education, training and practice closer together
UK and international
BASW is the largest professional association for social work in the UK, with offices in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. They promote the best possible social work services for all people who may need them, while also securing the wellbeing of social workers.
The IntNSA is a professional specialty organization for nurses committed to the prevention, intervention, treatment, and management of addictive disorders including alcohol and other drug dependencies, nicotine dependencies, eating disorders, dual and multiple diagnosis, and process addictions such as gambling.
NHS Choices is a website with advice for patients and healthcare providers in the United Kingdom. There are some useful resources available including videos.
Gathers and analyses knowledge about what works. translates this into practical resources, learning materials and services.
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