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  1. Hulpverlening aan heroïnomanen in rurale en semi-rurale gebieden : een multi-disciplinair samenwerkingsmodel.

    Article, Communication - En DUT

    Traduction en anglais : Caring for heroin users in rural and semi-rural areas : a multidisciplinary approach.

    Traitement de substitution à la méthadone. Conférence de consensus - Substitutiebehandeling met methadon. Consensusconference. BEL ; BEL, 1994/10/08.

    A multidisciplinary approach in caring for heroin users in a semi-rural area is presented, based on 10 years of experience.

    Treatment is formulated in a multidisciplinary intervision group, consisting of GP's, social workers and categorical care-givers.

    The GP's have a mandate for this work from their peers.

    Treatment essentially is based on psychosocial counseling and occasional drug treatment.

    Treatment results as well as the effect on care-givers themselves are evaluated.

    In a non-selected group of heroin users, 7 years after the start of the registration, nine of the 35 patients are clean for more than 1 year and 3 are dead.

    The multidisciplinary approach can be used to built a methadone maintenance project.

    Such a project however has to be small scaled and intensively monitored.

    Intervision can form a major aspect of a continuing quality control process in caring for heroin users.

    Mots-clés Pascal : Méthadone, Chimiothérapie, Traitement substitutif, Désintoxication, Sevrage toxique, Toxicomanie, Diamorphine, Homme, Travail équipe, Multidisciplinaire, Milieu rural, Organisation santé, Psychothérapie, Belgique, Europe, Opiacés

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Chemotherapy, Replacement therapy, Deintoxication, Poison withdrawal, Drug addiction, Heroin, Human, Team work, Multidisciplinary, Rural environment, Public health organization, Psychotherapy, Belgium, Europe, Opiates

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    Cote : 96-0250812

    Code Inist : 002B18I15. Création : 199608.