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Trousse à outils sur la prise en charge de la toxicomanie dans le cadre des soins primaires

Cette trousse à outils est destinée aux médecins qui œuvrent dans le domaine des soins primaires et qui ont des patients présentant des troubles liés à une substance. S'appuyant sur les preuves cliniques dont on dispose actuellement et sur la vaste expérience clinique de nos collaborateurs et éditeurs, la trousse traite de questions cliniques courantes et elle fournit aux patients des outils cliniques et des ressources pratiques.

La Trousse à outils sur la prise en charge de la toxicomanie dans le cadre des soins primaires comporte quatre modules : 

Chaque module est divisé en plusieurs thèmes, dont :

  • le dépistage,
  • l'évaluation,
  • le traitement et la prise en charge.

Chaque module contient aussi :

  • des ressources à l'intention des prestataires de soins, dont des outils, des formulaires téléchargeables et des lignes directrices;
  • des renseignements pour les patients, dont des brochures et des feuilles à distribuer, des guides pratiques, des outils et des applications, ainsi que les numéros de lignes d'assistance téléphonique.

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I was thrilled to read this announcement a few minutes ago, as I had heard that a well-known Toronto area hospital was losing one of its psychiatrists. His patients are being referred to GPs in the community as their other psychiatrist is not taking new patients.
There are so many stories of overprescribing in the community , of addiction to prescription drugs, that the announcement of this primary care Kit reassured me.
Can we be assured that the kits will be put to use ?
Is there an automatic distribution through some medical association ?
It would be nice to know
Publié le 15-02-20 16:15.
Hi Haricotvert.
I am not sure if you got a reply to your question.
I am a GP in Scarborough.
Previous to this I was in the USA.
This phenomenon you bring up was nearly at epidemic stages there in the US.
There were similar aids offered to GP's there.
It is not actually a "toolkit" in the usual sense of the original word which you and I would think about as a worker and his tools.
It is" management speak" first used in Management as "Tools and Techniques" of Management.
It has made it's way into Medicine and refers to various resources to us GP's and other Primary Care Providers . I am doing one of their courses right now. I am findings these "tools" very useful now for dealing with folks who previous may have been seen by a Psychiatrist or indeed Pain Management Specialist. Hoping my interpretation is helpful to you.
Publié le 17-02-19 20:26 en réponse à haricotvert.

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