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Process Evaluation of an Outpatient Care with Extended Care for Patients witch Substance Use Disorder as a Pilot Project Focused on Case Management and Multidisciplinary Approach
Špinar, Vojtěch ; Vacek, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Šťastná, Lenka (referee)
BACKGROUND: In the system of addictology care, the outpatient sector is being strengthened and pilot programs of outpatient clinics with extended care for patients with substance use disorder (ARP-AD) are being created. ARP-AD clients are users of all types of addictive substances, including non- substance addictions, in various stages of addiction and motivation to change, often with comorbid illness. Services are provided by a multidisciplinary healthcare team that works together intensively. Case management approaches and work in the client's natural environment are applied. One of the main goals is the coordination of the current network of addictology (and other) services based on the individual needs of clients. OBJECTIVE: Qualitative evaluation of the ARP-AD pilot programs with a focus on case management and a multidisciplinary approach. METHODS: The original intention was to carry out a process evaluation of all ARP-AD. Due to the failure of the recruitment strategy, the evaluation of only one pilot program - ARP-AD at the Department of Addictology (KAD) - was completed. Therefore, this is a case study. The data sources were implementation reports and semi-structured interviews with ARP-AD staff. The last data source was the ARP-AD Methodology. Implementation reports and interviews were...
Availability of alcohol for children and youth in Prague
Špinar, Vojtěch ; Šťastná, Lenka (advisor) ; Chomynová, Pavla (referee)
Background: Alcohol usage is a common patological behaviour among youth throughout the whole world. In adolescents many are subjected to first experiments and risk adverse health consequences on their development, which they cannot fully comprehend. Czech people are one of the most drinking nations. Heavy alcohol consumption is related to availability. Means to reduce alcohol availability include raising the minimal legal age, reducing density of licenced outlets, pricing policy, law enforcement and regulations on alcohol marketing. Aims: The study aims to discover the patterns of alcohol usage among youths in Prague and how subjectively accessible alcohol is. Methods: Data were collected in February 2020 by questionnaire inquiry. Population consisted of children and youths (of ages 11-17), clients of drop-in centers in Prague, who have had an experience with alcohol. The sample consisted of 100 respondents. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics and displayed by graphs and tables. Results: The most common alcohol among respondents is hard liquor (57%). Twenty-eight percent of respondents said they drank alcohol at least once a week. Usually they buy it themselves (41%) and they drink outside (56%). Most respondents (37%) said that they never have problem getting alcohol and usually buy it in...