The Australian Treatment Outcomes Profile instrument as a clinical tool for older alcohol and other drug clients: A validation study.

@article{Lintzeris2016TheAT,
  title={The Australian Treatment Outcomes Profile instrument as a clinical tool for older alcohol and other drug clients: A validation study.},
  author={Nicholas Lintzeris and Lauren A Monds and Gonzalo R Rivas and Stefanie Leung and Adrienne Withall and Brian Draper},
  journal={Drug and alcohol review},
  year={2016},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={
          673-677
        }
}
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS The Australian Treatment Outcomes Profile (ATOP) is a brief instrument that assesses a range of substance use, health and well-being measures over the past 28 days. Previously, it has been validated in general adult Australian alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment populations. However, the increasing number of older-aged clients attending AOD treatment warrants the instrument to be validated for this population. The aim of this study was to validate the ATOP for use in… CONTINUE READING
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