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TitleIntegrated versus non-integrated management and care for clients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders: A qualitative systematic review of randomised controlled trials
Type of document
Systematic review of effects
Type of questionEffectiveness
Focus
Specific
TargetIndividual
Health system topic(s)
Delivery arrangement
By whom care is provided
Skill mix - Multidisciplinary teams
Where care is provided
Integration of services
ThemeOptimal aging
Domain
Diseases
Other
Mental health and addictions
Last year literature searched2002
Quality rating3/9 (AMSTAR rating from Program in Policy Decision-making)
Countries in which studies (included in the synthesis) were conducted
USA (8); Canada (1); UK (1)
Canada
Bowen RC, et. al.
United Kingdom
Barrowclough C, et. al.
United States
Hellerstein JC, et. al.
Herman SE, et. al. 1
Herman SE, et. al. 2
Lehman AF, et. al.
Linehan MM, et. al.
Mowbray CT, et. al.
Randall CL, et. al.
Swanson AJ, et. al.
User-friendly summaryDatabase of Review of Effects
Scientific abstractPubMed
Publisher
Full-text reportNo free full-text report available
CitationDonald M, Dower J, Kavanagh D. Integrated versus non-integrated management and care for clients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders: A qualitative systematic review of randomised controlled trials. Social Science & Medicine 2005;60(6):1371-83.
DOI10.1016/j.socscimed.2004.06.052
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Health Systems Evidence is supported by a collaboration between the McMaster Health Forum and four partners:
1) Program in Policy Decision-making; 2) Cochrane Canada and its Policy Liaison Office;
3) Health Information Research Unit's McMaster PLUS and McMaster Search Filters; and 4) Rx for Change.

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1) WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean and 2) American University of Beirut (for Arabic);
3) Evidence-Based Medicine Center, Lanzhou University (for Chinese);
4) Pan American Health Organization (for Portuguese and Spanish); and 5) WHO Regional Office for Europe (for Russian).