Getting our priorities right: good practice guidance

Updated good practice guidance for all agencies and practitioners working with children, young people and families affected by problematic alcohol and/or drug use.


1 A Guide to Getting It Right for Every Child (December 2012)

2 The Road to Recovery, Scottish Government, 2008

3 Supporting the Development of Scotland's Alcohol and Drug Workforce, Scottish Government and COSLA, 2010

4 From the Estimates of Problem Drug Use in Scotland 2006 study, which was published in October 2009

5 Business and regulatory impact assessment for minimum price per unit of alcohol

6 BMA, 2007.

7 Daniel et al, 2011.

8 Bancroft et al, 2004; Cleaver et al, 2010; Velleman and Templeton, 2007; Newman, 2002.

9 Fonagay et al, 1994

10 Daniel B and Wassel S, 2002

11 SHAAP, 2012

12 SCIE Research Briefing 30, 2009

13 Regarding the question included in the table above about when to share information - there may be some other circumstances where it might be appropriate to share information without consent and these are described in the Data Protection Act 1988.

14 Whincup, SCCPN, 2010.

15 Involving parents in assessment and decision-making (McGhee and Hunter, SCCPN, 2010).


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