Improving Care for Co-Occurring Psychological Health and Substance Use Disorders
This report presents results of an implementation evaluation of a clinician training program to improve care for Navy personnel with co-occurring disorders. Clinicians saw a need for such training and viewed it positively. Results also suggest that careful planning and targeting training towards programs best suited to treating co-occurring disorders would improve training effectiveness and likely translate into higher-quality care.
Subjects: Psychology, Health Sciences
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