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Références bibliographiques 27 octobre 2020

Toxicomanie : trouble chronique ou transitoire ? Impact sur la prestation de services

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  1. Brochu, S., Patenaude, C., Landry, M. et Bertrand, K. (2014). Recension des écrits et problématique : La toxicomanie, une problématique alambiquée ; un traitement complexe. Dans S. Brochu, M. Landry, K. Bertrand, N. Brunelle, C. Patenaude (dir.), À la croisée des chemins : Trajectoires addictives et trajectoires de services. La perspective des personnes toxicomanes (p. 9-40). Québec, Qc: Les Presses de l'Université Laval.
  2. Chauvet, M., Kamgang, E., Ngui, N. A., Fleury, M.-J. et Simoneau, H. (2015). Les troubles liés à l’utilisation de substances psychoactives, prévalence, utilisation des services et bonnes pratiques. Montréal, Qc: Centre de réadaptation en dépendance de Montréal, institut universitaire.
  3. White, W. L. (2012). Recovery/remission from substance use disorders: An analysis of reported outcomes in 415 scientific reports, 1868-2011. Chicago, Illinois: Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disability Services and the Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center.
  4. Fleury, M.-J., Djouini, A., Huỳnh, C., Tremblay, J., Ferland, F., Ménard, J.-M. et Belleville, G. (2016). Remission from substance use disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Drug and alcohol dependence, 168, 293-306.
  5. White, W. L. (2008). Recovery management and recovery-oriented systems of care: Scientific rationale and promising practices. Rockville, MD : Northeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center and the Great Lakes Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center.
  6. Beaulieu, M., Tremblay, J., Beaudry, C., Pearson, J. et K., Bertrand ( en cours de rédaction). A Meta-Analysis of the Efficacy of the Long-Term Treatment of Substance Use Disorders.
  7. Laudet, A. B. (2007). What does recovery mean to you? Lessons from the recovery experience for research and practice. Journal of substance abuse treatment, 33(3), 243-256.
  8. White, W. L. (2007). Addiction recovery: Its definition and conceptual boundaries. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 33(3), 229-241.
  9. Hser, Y.-I., Huang, D., Teruya, C. et Anglin, M. D. (2004). Diversity of drug abuse treatment utilization patterns and outcomes. Evaluation and Program Planning, 27(3), 309-319.
  10. King, B., Kaplan, S. et Hofstedt, T. (2010). A field experiment in capitated payment systems and recovery management: The women's recovery association pilot study. Journal of psychoactive drugs, 42(sup6), 287-293.
  11. Scott, C. et Dennis, M. (2003). Recovery management checkups: An early re-intervention model. Chicago, IL: Chestnut Health Systems.
  12. Rush, B., Tremblay, J., & Brown, D. (2019). Development of a needs-based planning model to estimate required capacity of a substance use treatment system. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Supplement(s18), 51-63.
  13. Scott, C.K. et Dennis, M.L. (2011). Recovery Management: What If We Really Believed That Addiction Was a Chronic Disorder?. Dans J.F. Kelly et W.L. White (dir.), Addiction recovery management theory, research and practice (p. 67-84). New York, NY: Humana Press.
  14. McKay, J. R., Van Horn, D. H. A. et Morrison, R. (2010). Telephone continuing care for adults. Center City, MN: Hazelden Foundation Press.
     

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