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Type: Journal article
Title: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime International Network of Drug Dependence Treatment and Rehabilitation Resource Centres: Treatnet
Author: Tomas-Rossello, J.
Rawson, R.
Zarza, M.
Bellows, A.
Busse, A.
Saenz, E.
Freese, T.
Shawkey, M.
Carise, D.
Ali, R.
Ling, W.
Citation: Substance Abuse, 2010; 31(4):251-263
Publisher: The Hawthorn Medical Press
Issue Date: 2010
ISSN: 0889-7077
1547-0164
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Juana Tomás-Rosselló, Richard A. Rawson, Maria J. Zarza, Anne Bellows, Anja Busse, Elizabeth Saenz, Thomas Freese, Mansour Shawkey, Deni Carise, Robert Ali, Walter Ling
Abstract: Key to the dissemination of evidence-based addiction treatments is the exchange of experiences and mutual support among treatment practitioners, as well as the availability of accurate addiction training materials and effective trainers. To address the shortage of such resources, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) created Treatnet, a network of 20 drug dependence treatment resource centers around the world. Treatnet's primary goal is to promote the use of effective addiction treatment practices. Phase I of this project included (1) selecting and establishing a network of geographically distributed centers; (2) conducting a capacity-building program consisting of a training needs assessment, development of training packages, and the training of 2 trainers per center in 1 content area each; and (3) creating good-practice documents. Data on the training activities conducted by the trainers during their first 6 months in the field are presented. Plans for Phase II of the Treatnet project are also discussed.
Keywords: Addiction training; capacity building; dissemination; international
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0020101241
DOI: 10.1080/08897077.2010.514243
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