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PROGRESS update

PROGRESS update NEWS Justine Trippier On behalf of PROGRESS It is timely, with all the changes in government and with dual diagnosis nationally, that we provide an update on PROGRESS. For those who haven’t heard of us, PROGRESS is a national group of consultant nurses and other experts working in dual diagnosis (mental health, alcohol and drugs) and substance use. Our website (www.dualdiagnosis.co.uk) is being developed as a ‘work in progress’ and contains information and populate the sections on where to go for help, for resources relevant to workers, professionals, service service users and carers. We will be writing to every users, carers and interested members of the public. PCT area in the country, asking them to give us We meet two or three times a year and work on information regarding dual diagnosis-specific services specific dual diagnosis projects, inform national and in their areas. Of course, we still welcome any regional policy, and act as a pool of expertise in dual comments on how to improve the website and what diagnosis issues. to include, so please email us at info@dualdiagnosis. Since our last update in this journal when we co.uk with any suggestions. launched the website, we have seen the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advances in Dual Diagnosis Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1757-0972
DOI
10.5042/add.2010.0388
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NEWS Justine Trippier On behalf of PROGRESS It is timely, with all the changes in government and with dual diagnosis nationally, that we provide an update on PROGRESS. For those who haven’t heard of us, PROGRESS is a national group of consultant nurses and other experts working in dual diagnosis (mental health, alcohol and drugs) and substance use. Our website (www.dualdiagnosis.co.uk) is being developed as a ‘work in progress’ and contains information and populate the sections on where to go for help, for resources relevant to workers, professionals, service service users and carers. We will be writing to every users, carers and interested members of the public. PCT area in the country, asking them to give us We meet two or three times a year and work on information regarding dual diagnosis-specific services specific dual diagnosis projects, inform national and in their areas. Of course, we still welcome any regional policy, and act as a pool of expertise in dual comments on how to improve the website and what diagnosis issues. to include, so please email us at info@dualdiagnosis. Since our last update in this journal when we co.uk with any suggestions. launched the website, we have seen the

Journal

Advances in Dual DiagnosisEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 6, 2010

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