Screening and assessment survey for AOD clinicians

Posted on: Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Alcohol and Other Drug clinicians are invited to take part in a research project that aims to enhance AOD treatment accessibility and treatment planning by improving screening and assessment tools available to the Victorian AOD sector.

Currently there is significant variability in the way screening and assessments are being managed within Victorian Alcohol and other Drug services. 

Therefore Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre is conducting a study on current screening and assessment practice in Victorian AOD services.
AOD clinicians are encouraged to participate in this research study by completing an anonymous online survey which takes about 15 minutes to complete.

You can access the survey here www.surveymonkey.com/AODSA

The survey will be active until COB Monday 16th May 2011.   The survey findings will be incorporated into the overall project and used to inform the final report.

For further information about the project please visit http://www.turningpoint.org.au/Media-Centre/Latest_News/Closer-look-at-treatment-.aspx or contact Dr Lynda Berends (Principal Researcher) via email lyndab@turningpoint.org.au or phone 8413 8448 or Jacqui Cameron (Associate Researcher) via email jacquic@turningpoint.org.au or phone (03) 8413 8433.

If difficulties arise in the process of completing this survey please contact Turning Point researchers: Jacqui.Cameron@turningpoint.org.au or Jo.Murray@turningpoint.org.au

Your opinions, experience and knowledge are valuable and we would be grateful if you could forward this invitation to your professional networks.