A Pathway For Post-Transplant Care – Anthony Nolan

This report accepts that everyone should receive the care and support they need after a stem cell transplant, for as long as necessary and no matter where they live. But evidence shows that this is not always the case, which

A teachable moment: delivering perioperative medicine in integrated care systems – Royal College of Anaesthetists

The time preparing for, undergoing and then recovering from an operation is known as the perioperative period and the College believes that tailored care throughout this time will improve long-term outcomes for patients after surgery.  It suggests exercise and nutritional

Young People and Cannabis use in Liverpool – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This study investigated cannabis use in young people recruited from Liverpool City Centre aged between 16-25 years and who were not in contact with treatment services. The research aimed to identify patterns of young people’s cannabis use and to investigate

Younger drug users assessed by DIP teams in non-intensive areas; characteristics and implications for service delivery – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This report examines the characteristics of clients assessed by DIP teams in 31 non-intensive D(A)AT areas across England in 2006/7. It focuses upon significant differences between clients under 25 and their older counterparts. The implications for service delivery are discussed.

2007 National Report (2006 data) To The EMCDDA by the Reitox National Focal Point: United Kingdom: New Developments, Trends and In-depth Information on Selected Issues – Department of Health

The United Kingdom (UK) Focal Point on Drugs is based at the Department of Health and the North West Public Health Observatory at the Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University. It is the national partner of the European Monitoring Centre

Merseyside DIP Demographics Report 06/07 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Outlines the characteristics of clients seen by the five Merseyside DIP teams in 06/07. Factors such as age, gender, drug use, treatment history and accommodation status are examined and implications for service delivery discussed.

DIP Attrition: An Examination of Client Characteristics – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Examines and compares the characteristics of clients exiting the DIP assessment process in Merseyside at different stages. The report provides D(A)ATs with information about how effective they are at engaging with certain client groups through the programme.

Impact of Test on Arrest: An Examiniation of Drug Testing and Drug Intevention Record data – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

An examination of the changes in the characteristics of clients coming into contact with the DIP programme brought about through the change from drug testing on charge in the custody suite to drug testing on arrest (April 06).

Merseyside DIP Clients: A comparison of client characteristics for under and over 25 year olds – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

A comparison of client characteristics for under and over 25 year olds – This report highlights the substantial differences in characteristics between under and over 25 year olds assessed by DIP teams in Merseyside. In particular the greater use of

Merseyside DIP Re-presentation Report April-December 2007 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Summarises the rates of re-presentation of clients to custody suite drug testing and DIP teams in Merseyside in part of 07/08. The characteristics of clients who re-present are compared to those of clients who do not.

NDTMS: Drug treatment in the North West of England 2007/08 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This publication details the results of the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS) in the North West of England during 2007/08. The report provides information on the number, and profile, of individuals in contact with treatment during 2007/08 to provide

Evaluation of Liverpool’s Criminal Justice Alcohol Treatment Pilot: Draft Report – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This draft report presents the interim findings of an evaluation of Liverpool’s Criminal Justice Alcohol Treatment Pilot, commissioned by Liverpool DAAT. The pilot encompassed the Alcohol Treatment Requirement (ATR), a court mandated requirement to attend alcohol treatment and the Alcohol

UK Drug Situation: 2008 Edition UK Focal Point on Drugs: Annual Report to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) – Department of Health

The United Kingdom (UK) Focal Point on Drugs is based at the Department of Health and the North West Public Health Observatory at the Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University. It is the national partner of the European Monitoring Centre

Evaluation of Liverpool’s Criminal Justice Alcohol Treatment Pilot: Final Report – iverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This final report presents the findings of an evaluation of Liverpool’s Criminal Justice Alcohol Treatment Pilot, commissioned by Liverpool DAAT. The pilot encompassed the Alcohol Treatment Requirement (ATR), a court mandated requirement to attend alcohol treatment and the Alcohol Treatment

Indications of Public Health in the English Regions 10: Drug Use – Association of Public Health Observatories

This tenth in a series of national reports produced for the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) by the Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO) is on drug use. The report contains 46 different indicators of drug use relating to the individual,

NDTMS Themed Report: AACCE (non-opiate) substance use in the North West of England: The changing profile of substance users engaged in treatment and its implications for future provision – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This report details the demographic profile, referral sources in, and the exit status upon leaving, of those individuals in contact with structured treatment stating non-opiate substance use, incorporating Alcohol Amphetamines, Cannabis, Cocaine and Ecstasy (AACCE). Analysis was conducted to compare

Cardiac rehabilitation in the South West – Public Health England

Cardiac rehabilitation in the south-west reviews 2016 to 2017 data from the National Audit of Cardiac Rehabilitation to: highlight unmet need and gaps in care in relation to national standards summarise the opportunities for quality improvement provide recommendations addressing the

UK Drug Situation: 2009 Edition UK Focal Point on Drugs: Annual Report to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) – Department of Health

The United Kingdom (UK) Focal Point on Drugs is based at the Department of Health and the North West Public Health Observatory at the Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University. It is the national partner of the European Monitoring Centre

Powder Cocaine & Problematic Drug Users: A comparative study of the characteristics of DIP clients in Merseyside (April 08 – March 09) – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This report examines the characteristics of the DIP clients from the two drug groups who were assessed by DIP in Merseyside in 08/09. Findings are presented for Merseyside as a whole and for each D(A)AT individually.

Merseyside DIP Demographics Report 08/09 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This report outlines the key demographic trends for clients assessed and transferred into DIP over the three year period between 06/07 & 08/09. There is a section for each of the areas and then a section comparing across Merseyside.