• EN

Tips: Click on a column heading to order the results.Use the filters to limit the number of results.

More help>>

Displaying results 1–10 of 100 where Type of intervention is Treatment

<< previous next >>

Filter results:

Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
Title: The Gulliver Project
Summary: A drugs treatment programme for young people aged between 15 and 25 years old. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, impact evaluation children/young people Italy 1
Title: Kangaroo: Reception for Drug-addicted Mothers with their Children
Summary: The Kangaroo service specifically provides the opportunity for women to live with their children while undertaking the Trampoline therapeutic programme. >>
treatment outcome evaluation inpatient adults Belgium 1
Title: Suchtbehandlung an der Drogenambulanz Klagenfurt — Drug treatment at the Drug outpatient clinic Klagenfurt
Summary: Thr Drug outpatient clinic Klagefurt (Carynthia) offers an integrated treatment for opioid dependent persons. The treatment includes medical assisted treatment, withdrawal treatment, psychosocial interventions and many other measures, which are carried out in an integrated approach. Together with the Municipality of Klagenfurt and the Centre for Evaluation and Research Counselling (ZEF), a concept for a triangulated evaluation was developed and carried out in 2007. The aims were to find out if the treatment programme at the Drug outpatient clinic Klagenfurt is successful, if there is the need for adaptations and to implement a system for long-term quality assurance. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient adults Austria 2
Title: CRA plus vouchers for treating cocaine use
Summary: The aim of this project was to adapt, develop and test a standardised treatment approach based on the combination of the Community reinforcement approach and Vouchers (CRA + Vouchers) for cocaine-dependent patients in five treatment centres. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient adults Netherlands 3
Title: 1-2-1 Detox programme
Summary: A unique one-to-one inpatient detoxification and support programme aimed to remove the potential for ‘peer pressure’ which can be a factor in relapse. Improved success rates when compared to traditional group detoxification services were reported. >>
treatment outcome evaluation inpatient United Kingdom 2
Title: 'Agia Skepi':Long term therapeutic community for adult drug users.
Summary: Agia Skepi is an impatient long term (12-18 months) therapeutic community that serves adult depended users of illicit substances. Its main aim is to assist addicts in recognizing and adopting new strategies and therefore become able to live without the use of substances.The programme is based on the bio-psychosocial model and cognitive behavioral theory. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation inpatient adults Cyprus 1
Title: Alternative Therapeutic Programme for Dependent Individuals ARGO: Outpatient Treatment Community
Summary: An outpatient drug-free programme by behavioural reconstruction and changing the life attitude emphasizing the role of the group as a main therapeutic tool. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient family/parents, adults Greece 2
Title: Service for young drug users and their families
Summary: Since 2008 the Verein Dialog (Integrative Suchtberatung Gudrunstraße) provides a special service for young drug users and their families, which is separated from the traditional drug service and adapted to the specific needs of the target group. A comprehensive interdisciplinary clarification, care and treatment is provided to assure the survival of young people with risky drug use and to minimise possible harm by stabilising and - if possible - improving their health status and social situation. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient family/parents, children/young people Austria 2
Title: Family Motivational Intervention (FMI).
Summary: For cannabis using patients with recent onset of schizophrenia, early intensive interventions are not working due to non-compliance and little insight of clients into their illness. Family Motivational Intervention was specifically developed for this target group. The intervention has an inpatient treatment phase (2 months) and a subsequent outpatient treatment (12 months). Target outcomes are: reduction of cannabis use; increasing medication compliance; increasing well-being among parents; decreasing stress within the family related to the schizophrenic disorder; and improving the communication between parent and child. In a randomized controlled trial, 98 carers of 75 patients with schizophrenia and co morbid cannabis use were assigned to either Family Motivational Intervention (FMI) or psychoeducation (PE). Baseline and follow-up measures by the patients and their caretakers were done by a researcher who was blinded for the allocated condition. The first follow-up measurements (3 months after the last session of FMI) show promising outcomes. The response was 94% in the FMI group and 78% in the PE group. For the patients, the response was 71% in the FMI group and 77% of the PE group. Compared with the PE group, the FMI group showed significant more decrease in mean days of cannabis use and in mean grams of cannabis use, both during the last three months. The groups did not differ significantly in the increase in compliance with medication. In both groups, carers (family members) significantly improved on all outcomes (burden of disease, style of coping and mental health). >>
treatment outcome evaluation outpatient, inpatient children/young people The Netherlands 3
Title: Shared Decision Making Instrument (SDMI)
Summary: Though shared decision making models are developed in health care to increase patient involvement in treatment decisions (particularly for chronic patients), these models are rare in addiction care. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectivess of using a pre-constructed instrument for shared decision making in inpatient addiction care. Clinicians in three addiction centres were randomly assigned to either the intervention group (using the instrument) or treatment decision making as-usual. A total of 220 patients eligible for inpatient addiction care were allocated to clinicians by availability at baseline. Both patients in the intervention (n=111) and control (n=109) condition, were meant to receive a 3-month cognitive-behavioural treatment. From baseline to follow-up (three months after ending the three months treatment) patients in both conditions reduced their primary drug use, addiction severity and their quality of life. However, patients in the intervention condition significantly reduced their drug use and psychiatric problems, when compared to the control group. Using the Shared Decision Making Instrument for structuring the decision process in reaching agreement on treatment showed a significant add-on effect on top of the already positive effects of cognitive-behavioural inpatient treatment. >>
treatment outcome evaluation inpatient adults The Netherlands 3

Displaying results 1–10 of 100 where Type of intervention is Treatment

<< previous next >>


Dear visitor,

We're currently conducting a short survey of this resource (EDDRA: Exchange on Drug Demand Reduction Action). The survey will take no more than 2 minutes and we would be really grateful for your contribution.

No, thanks — maybe some other time

Yes, I'll take the survey!

Many thanks,

The EDDRA team


Page last updated: Friday, 20 January 2012