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Organizational implementation of the care and services partnership (CSP) with patients and family at the CISSS de LAVAL
The organizational implementation of the care and services partnership (CSP) includes all clienteles and levels of the organization: clinical, operational, tactical and strategic. This represents a significant achievement. Firstly, the fact that the CSP in itself...Read More
An Addiction Services clinical therapist was aligned with a specific primary site and provided half day coverage per week on-site for the purpose of consultation with staff, screening, brief intervention and referral of primary care patients/clients. Integrating the...Read More
This is an educational group at The Bermuda Hospitals Board, imparting information about our services, diseases, and recovery. A multi-family group started in November, 2010, and aims to have clients and their families attend a 16 week program to achieve a completion...Read More
The addictions program has introduced Client Directed Outcome Informed (CDOI), a simple, measurable, effective and feasible outcome-based accountability process. At the beginning of each session, staff ask clients to evaluate how they are doing using the Outcome...Read More
Pinewood Centre is a community-based addiction treatment program of Lakeridge Health, and offers among the broadest range of services for substance abuse and problem gambling in Ontario. Our team has helped thousands of people recover from substance use, concurrent...Read More
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