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Remit and Dissemination PolicySECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION SECTION TWO: TOOLS USED FOR SIMPLE ASSESSMENT OR SCREENINGSECTION THREE : TOOLS USED FOR COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENTSECTION FOUR: TOOLS USED FOR SPECIALIST ASSESSMENTSECTION FIVE: TOOLS USED FOR SPECIFIC ASSESSMENT SECTION SIX: CORE DATA SETS SECTION SEVEN : APPENDICES
WHAT IS IN THIS DOCUMENT?
Definitions and principles of the assessment process
Profiles of 40 tools used as part of the assessment process
Definitions of Core Data Sets
WHAT IS THE AIM?
To provide information and support for practitioners in the use of a range of tools as part of the assessment process and the care planning of people with drug problems.
WHO SHOULD USE IT?
Anyone involved in the planning and delivery of care and treatment services for people with drug problems. Those involved in service design and evaluation may also find the information useful.
WHO WROTE THIS DOCUMENT?
Andy Rome of the Effective Interventions Unit (EIU) conducted the mapping and literature review and compiled this report. Stella Papadeli and Karin O'Brien provided the administrative support.
Page updated: Thursday, June 23, 2005