alexa Patient satisfaction and sustained outcomes of drug abuse treatment.
Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

Author(s): Zhiwei Zhang, Gerstein DR, Friedmann PD

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Abstract The authors investigated the relationship between patients' self-rated satisfaction with treatment services during and shortly after treatment with their drug use outcomes at one year follow-up, using a US national panel survey of patients in 62 methadone, outpatient, short-term residential, and long-term residential programs. A favorable evaluation of treatment near the time of discharge had a significant positive relationship with drug use improvement outcomes approximately one year later, independent of the separately measured effects of treatment duration, counseling intensity, patient adherence to treatment protocols, pre-treatment drug use patterns, and other characteristics of patients and treatment programs.
This article was published in J Health Psychol and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

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