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The five-year costs and benefits of extended psychological and psychiatric assessment versus standard intake interview for women with comorbid substance use disorders treated in compulsory care in Sweden

Journal article
Authors Tina M. Olsson
Mats Fridell
Published in BMC Health Services Research
Volume 18
Issue 53
Pages 1-13
ISSN 1472-6963
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Social Work
Pages 1-13
Language en
Keywords Quality, performance, safety and outcomes
Subject categories Youth research, Psychology, Social Work, Other Social Sciences


Women with comorbid substance use disorders are an extremely vulnerable group having an increased relative risk of negative outcomes such as incarceration, morbidity and mortality. In Sweden, women with comorbid substance use disorders may be placed in compulsory care for substance abuse treatment. Clinical intake assessment procedures are a distinct aspect of clinical practice and are a foundation upon which client motivation and continued treatment occurs.

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