CREDENTIALLED ‘LIVED EXPERIENCE’ – AN OXYMORON?

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Peer support, recognition of the value of people sharing lived experience with others, has saved countless lives and is experiencing great renewed interest from public-health officials across the globe. Kristie Schmiege elevates it further. Print-friendly […]

WE MUST RAISE QUALITY OF CARE

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A recent announcement by the United Nations articulated what many of us know and advocate for: “most people with drug-use disorders do not receive effective treatment and care”. Jeff Wilbee urges us to “raise the bar”. […]

AN INSPECTOR CALLS – ON RESIDENTIAL REHAB

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STAR RATINGS AND RESULTS FOR TREATMENT SERVICES There was great concern among residential rehabilitation services when the Care Standards Act 2000 came into force. Would the sector be discriminated against, even decimated? DAVID FINNEY of […]