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Title: Dialectic Behaviour Therapy For Female Borderline Patients With And Without Substance Use Problems
Summary: This study describes the difference in the dropout rate and drug use of dialectical behaviour therapy for female borderline patients with and without substance misuse problems. One year after treatment the dropout rate of participants in dialectical behaviour therapy was lower than for those who were involved in standard treatment. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Effects Of Medical Heroin Co-prescription For Treatment-refractory Chronic Addicts
Summary: This study looks at the positive and negative effects of a one year heroin prescription to treatment refractory chronic opiate addicts initially participating unsuccessfully in a methadone programme. This study shows that medical heroin prescription appears to be feasible and safe for treatment refractory chronic opiate addicts. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 2
Title: Young And Addicted: The Usefulness And Necessity Of Integrated, Intersectoral Inpatient Treatment
Summary: The evaluation study looks at the effectiveness of treatment for young people aged between 13 and 18 in Bauhuus in the region of Groningen. >>
treatment outcome evaluation children/young people Netherlands 1
Title: Relapse Prevention (CRA) With Naltrexone Maintenance For Opiate Addicts
Summary: The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of naltrexone maintenance combined with psychosocial treatment; namely CRA, the Community reinforcement Approach. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Substitution Treatment Unit A of Athens
Summary: The programme is designed for those IV heroin users whose needs were so far unmet by other programmes. The programme's objectives are defined as follows: abstinence, harm reduction, high quality medical and psychosocial services, and rehabilitation. Methadone substitution is only one of the interventions in an intergraded programme, which also includes medical, psychiatric, psychosocial, and social support. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults Greece 1
Title: GRÜNER KREIS: A Treatment Facility For Adolescents
Summary: Gruner Kreis a treatment facility for adolescents - An institution devoted to the rehabilitation and integration of people suffering from addiction. "Grüner Kreis" also provides special treatment for addicted parents and their children in a separate institution. >>
treatment outcome evaluation children/young people Austria 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: Supervised injectable heroin or injectable methadone versus optimised oral methadone as treatment for chronic heroin addicts in England after persistent failure in orthodox treatment (RIOTT): a randomised trial
Summary: The intervention aimed to significantly reduce the use of street heroin amongst individuals who were chronically addicted to heroin and who had not previously responded to conventional treatment. Suitable patients were enrolled and were randomly allocated to 26 weeks of treatment with supervised injectable heroin, supervised injectable methadone or optimised oral methadone within an open-label randomised controlled trial. The intervention took place in supervised injecting clinics in three locations in England. Weekly urinalysis was used to monitor whether participants were continuing to use street heroin in addition to their prescribed treatment. The trial showed that significantly more of those participants who were treated with injectable heroin, compared to those on oral methadone, had achieved weekly urine samples showing no use of street heroin during 50% or more of the weeks 14 to 26 of treatment. There was no significant difference between those on injectable methadone treatment and those on oral methadone. The authors of the study recommended that injectable medicinal heroin should be more widely available under supervision to chronic heroin addicts who were not benefiting from conventional treatments. >>
treatment outcome evaluation outpatient adults England 3
Title: Intervention Programme for High-risk Drug Addicted Pregnant Women.
Summary: The project improves the follow up of pregnant women attending the centre and reduces drug related harm on the women and their babies. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Spain 1
Title: Substitution Treatment Unit A of Thessaloniki
Summary: The aim of this programme is the demand reduction of opiates, the improvement of physical health, the re-establishment of social and family relations and the development of professional skills. Alongside the methadone prescription, psychosocial support is also provided. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults Greece 1

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