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Table TDI-2. Clients entering treatment and reporting treatment units, 1998 to 2010

Part (iii) Reporting treatment units by country and year of treatment

Country1998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010
Belgium(1)3356:::::52:::357102
Bulgaria8887111320201717223131
Czech Republic(2)237259287234293289278253245228229217214
Denmark:::::::::178180165135
Germany(3)45844840136845470793488990189691311601238
Estonia::::::::::111113
Ireland(4)101133140135142155135187383416495530545
Greece11121226303644505453536775
Spain478513492492498::497497506503505:
France:::::261:94142136164198170
Italy525521512509514520507496514516110131189
Cyprus:::46914141517152019
Latvia32323232323232394143433434
Lithuania::::707070748790959494
Luxembourg1013131314137111110101413
Hungary(5)473470467467467467459460453100938382
Malta(11)111111155::55
Netherlands126135133187166160160160150150150201210
Austria(6)::::99122137:142155308155155
Poland(7):848411312321723586358255288306:
Portugal53505053546770777878747979
Romania::::::21201861627071
Slovenia(8)12151617181824171617181918
Slovakia251255276279285284353154367101105128175
Finland66841131401631651661611131001068378
Sweden9)33131114135154213222238253328290
United Kingdom::::::::167828691941::
Croatia(10)::::::::2951555655
Turkey::::::911151716:15
Norway::::::::::::158
 

Notes:

: Indicates not data available

(1) 2000 data were available but they were not included due to a lack of comparability. 2005 data do not cover Brussels Capital Region.

(2) The number of units covered only include outpatient, inpatient, and low-threshold units. The number of units in prison is not available, though the number of clients in prison is reported for the years 1994 to 2004.

(3) The coverage may vary according to specific variables. The number of units covered here refers to all units covered, regardless of the specific variable. The largest coverage is reached for data on age and gender. Units in the country only refer to outpatient and inpatient treatment centres.

(4) The data for 2001-2005 exclude clients treated at general practices as the data collection had not been completed at the time of data submission.

(5) The source of the data has changed in 2007 : from “Hungarian National Focal Point – National statistical programme” (1997-2006) to “Hungarian National Focal Point – TDI data collection” (2007). The change limits the comparability of the 2007 data to previous data.

(6) The number of treatment units refers only to units with at least one first treatment in the reporting year. GPs are included until 2005. From 2006 onwards, the number of outpatient and inpatient treatment units which delivered data to the national TDI-system DOKLI are listed and GPs are excluded.

(7) For 2008 and 2009 data. Numbers presented in table in scope of inpatient data are sume of data collected by two separated systems (TDI pilot project and Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology (IPiN) system). There is an overlap between the systems in inpatient data and due to that double counting is not eliminated between systems. Double counting is eliminated independently in each data collection system (TDI pilot project and IPiN systems). This also considered number of reporting treatment units in Poland. Caution should be made when interpreting.

(8) Data for 2004 includes data for outpatient clients and clients treated in prison. Data for outpatient clients was validated, however data collection for prison clients was still in the process of development, thus figures are underestimated.

(9) Number of units covered for new clients. The number of units covered for all and new clients may differ: units reported for all clients were 43 in 2000, 156 in 2001, 139 in 2002, 164 in 2003, 191 in 2004. The system is under development and every year new units are added to the information system.

(10) Data for 2006 refer only to inpatient treatment units

(11) Malta: Data refers to outpatient and inpatient treatment centres, low-threshold services and prisons (aggregated data).

See also ‘General notes for interpreting data’ on the Explanatory notes and help page.

Source:

Reitox national reports 2011 — Standard table 3 and 34, Table TDI.

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