User-involvement/oriented Care Models and Substance Use Disorder Care: Review of the Literature

Kathryn D Arnett
2016 Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy  
A review of the most current substance use disorder (SUD) treatment/care literature best practices, suggests implementation of user-involvement/oriented models of care results in successful care outcomes. User-involvement models of care are (1) person-centred, (2) demonstrate a patient/person participation approach, (3) apply shared decision-making, and (4) include a recovery model approach to care and client-provider interaction. Current studies that have examined the implementation of
more » ... entation of user-involvement models of care in SUD treatment are limited, and furthermore, represent a great degree of overlap without identifying care outcomes that are specific to each model. There appears to be no empirical study that examines SUD care outcomes based on a synthesis of the four models and this may be an indication of further research.
doi:10.4172/2155-6105.1000280 fatcat:rcsznujox5gqjbf6tdff4cqpay