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Nursing & Midwifery Clinical Guidelines - Identifying & Responding to Drug & Alcohol Issues

Doc type: Guideline

Doc No.: GL2008_001

Functional Group - Sub Group:
Clinical/ Patient Services - Nursing and Midwifery
Clinical/ Patient Services - Governance and Service Delivery
Population Health - Health Promotion
Population Health - Pharmaceutical
Personnel/Workforce - Learning and Development

Summary
These guidelines provide nurses and midwives with support and a benchmark for quality drug and alcohol use assessment and care in daily practice.

Date of Publication: 07 January 2008

Replaces: N/A
Author Branch: Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Office

This document applies to: Area Health Services/Chief Executive Governed Statutory Health Corporation, Board Governed Statutory Health Corporations, Affiliated Health Organisations - Non Declared, Affiliated Health Organisations - Declared, Community Health Centres, Public Hospitals

Audience: Clinical, nursing, midwives

Distributed to: Public Health System, Community Health Centres , Divisions of General Practice, NSW Department of Health, Public Hospitals

Review Date: 07 January 2013

File No: 03/9716

Status: Active

File link: Nursing & Midwifery Clinical Guidelines - Identifying & Responding to Drug & Alcohol Issues
File size: 890Kb

Nursing & Midwifery Clinical Guidelines - Identifying & Responding to Drug & Alcohol Issues

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