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EFFECTIVENESS BANK BULLETIN alert 3 November 2008

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Mike Ashton <[log in to unmask]>

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Therapeutic Communities <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 3 Nov 2008 08:09:37 -0000

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Welcome to the Effectiveness Bank Bulletin, an update service provided by the Drug and Alcohol 
Findings project. This service alerts you to recent evaluation studies with important practice 
implications. Though tailored for the UK, this selection will be of international interest.

To view click on a link if it is all on one line or paste in to your web browser's address box, 
being sure to enter the whole address. This link
http://findings.org.uk/count/downloads/download.php?file=bulletins/Bull_07_11_08.htm
takes you to the bulletin as a whole. The links below take you to your chosen entry.

Note that within bulletin entries pop-up explanatory notes are available by hovering your mouse over 
orange text. Clickable links are in blue, normally taking you to a source for the document on which 
the text is based. Clicking on superscripts jumps to the citation for that document.
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BENEFITS OF RESIDENTIAL CARE PRESERVED BY SYSTEMATIC, PERSISTENT AND WELCOMING AFTERCARE PROMPTS
A US inpatient treatment centre has shown that systematically applying simple prompts and motivators 
can substantially improve aftercare attendance and help sustain progress made during initial 
treatment. The findings offer a way to preserve the benefits of the investment made by patients, 
services, and funders ...
http://findings.org.uk/count/downloads/download.php?file=bulletins/Bull_07_11_08.htm#reminders

INTERNATIONALLY PROVEN COMMUNITY ALCOHOL CRIME AND HARM REDUCTION PROGRAMMES FEASIBLE IN BRITAIN
Three projects have shown that British communities can generate the kind of coordinated action which 
new reports from the USA and Sweden have shown curtail alcohol-related violence and injury, creating 
substantial cost-savings for society ...
http://findings.org.uk/count/downloads/download.php?file=bulletins/Bull_07_11_08.htm#community

BRIEF CONTACT AND WRITTEN ADVICE AS EFFECTIVE AS A LONGER TALK FOR HEAVY DRINKING HOSPITAL PATIENTS
A Scottish study suggests there is no need for sophisticated and extended advice to prompt heavy 
drinking hospital patients to cut down, reinforcing the case for low cost, large scale screening and 
intervention ...
http://findings.org.uk/count/downloads/download.php?file=bulletins/Bull_07_11_08.htm#BI_ward

INTERNATIONAL REVIEW AND UK GUIDANCE WEIGH MERITS OF BUPRENORPHINE VERSUS METHADONE MAINTENANCE
An analysis of the most clinically relevant studies of buprenorphine versus methadone maintenance 
treatment of opiate dependence has confirmed that buprenorphine has slightly less 'holding power', 
but that among patients who are retained, there are equivalent reductions in the illegal use of 
opiate-type drugs. The findings informed new UK guidelines ...
http://findings.org.uk/count/downloads/download.php?file=bulletins/Bull_07_11_08.htm#bup_meth

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Effectiveness Bank project is supported by the J. Paul Getty Jr. Charitable Trust 
(http://www.jpgettytrust.org.uk) and the Pilgrim Trust (http://www.thepilgrimtrust.org.uk). 

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