“There’s a lot of really good work that’s taken place…”

DTFP project team members

So says Dr. Brian Rush (pictured left, with team), the lead on four projects that are part of a larger suite funded by the Drug Treatment Funding Program. Evidence Exchange Network (EENet), working with Dr. Rush’s project teams, has produced an update about this really good work for Fall 2012.

Discover how the Costing Project is taking on costly issues and how the Screening, Assessment, and Recovery Monitoring (SARM) Project is gaining ground in Ontario. Some (preliminary) results for the Client Satisfaction Project are in; the DATIS Project, meanwhile, has been developing a Data Dictionary. The goal of the projects: to improve assessment and performance monitoring in Ontario’s addiction system.

Also, learn about how these projects have been informed by the perspectives of diverse stakeholders, including the Advisory Committee (pictured above) and the Ontario Systems DTFP Persons with Lived Experiences and Families Panel, hosted by EENet. Read the project update flyer in English and in French.

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