Improving care for co-occurring psychological health and substance use disorders : an implementation evaluation of the Co-Occurring Disorders Clinician Training Program / Kimberly A. Hepner, Lynsay Ayer, Brinda Venkatesh, Carrie M. Farmer
1. Introduction -- 2. The design and components of the CODP -- 3. Evaluation methods -- 4. Description of survey participants and SARP characteristics -- 5. Perceived utility and quality of the CODP -- 6. Implementation of the CODP at SARPs post-training -- 7. Facilitators and barriers to CODP implementation -- 8. SARP capability to provide integrated care for co-occurring disorders -- 9. Summary and recommendations -- Appendix A. Additional methodological details -- Appendix B. Key-informant discussion guide -- Appendix C. Web survey -- Appendix D. Staff discussion guide
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
"National Defense Research Institute."
"Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-143)