Feasibility and validity of low-budget telephonic follow-up interviews in routine outcome monitoring of substance abuse treatment.

@article{Oudejans2009FeasibilityAV,
  title={Feasibility and validity of low-budget telephonic follow-up interviews in routine outcome monitoring of substance abuse treatment.},
  author={Suzan C C Oudejans and Gerardus M Schippers and Maarten Merkx and Mark H Schramade and Maarten W. J. Koeter and Wim van den Brink},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2009},
  volume={104 7},
  pages={1138-46}
}
AIMS Routine outcome monitoring (ROM) is receiving growing attention. However, follow-up interviews are time-consuming and costly. This study examines the feasibility and validity of low-budget telephonic follow-up interviews for ROM in a substance abuse treatment centre (SATC). DESIGN Observational study using data collected for routine outcome monitoring. SETTING The study was performed in a SATC in an urban area in the Netherlands. Participants Feasibility and validity were assessed on… CONTINUE READING

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