January 25, 2013
1:00-2:00 p.m. EST
Screening and assessment tools help service providers determine the appropriate level and intensity of care for clients who are entering the substance use treatment system. The SARM project is drawing on the best available evidence as well as the feedback of key stakeholders throughout the province to develop and pilot new screening and assessment tools and procedures. The SARM Project is also piloting an evidence-based protocol for recovery monitoring. The monitoring of client outcomes is a crucial part of assessing the performance of the substance use treatment system. The project team hopes to determine if it is feasible to implement a recovery monitoring system for Ontario.
The focus of the webinar is:
- An overview of the project
- The process
- Preliminary Results
- Next steps
Presenter: Dr. Brian Rush, Project Lead and Group Head of the Health Systems and Health Equity Research Group, CAMH
To register, please follow the link: http://eenetdtfpsarm25jan13.eventbrite.com.
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This webinar is the thirteenth in a series that is connecting stakeholders across our province, and other Canadian jurisdictions, as we work towards the shared goal of improving our substance use treatment services and systems.
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