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Drug User Involvement in Treatment Decisions by Michael Bloor
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This report discusses the involvement of drug users in making decisions about their treatment. User involvement has become a key principle in the delivery of health and social care services in the UK but is one that is not easily implemented in practice. This research, based on an in-depth investigation of drug service users' and practitioners' experiences of user involvement in specialist treatment agencies, explores a range of related issues, including: the nature and extent of user involvement; the desire for involvement amongst practitioners and service users; likely constraints on involvement; and, the impact and relative importance of involvement on treatment outcomes. The report concludes with recommendations for facilitating user involvement in drug treatment decision-making.
Release date NZ
March 17th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
4 tables, other (notes and quotes throughout)
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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