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  • Long term institutional or residential treatment of patients with substance abuse compared to short-term outpatient treatment (updated literature search)

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Long term institutional or residential treatment of patients with substance abuse compared to short-term outpatient treatment (updated literature search)

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A systematic literature search to identify new studies published after 2009.

A systematic literature search to identify new studies published after 2009.


About this publication

  • Year: 2013
  • Authors Smedslund G, Steiro A, Fure B, Kirkehei I.
  • ISBN (digital): 978-82-8121-532-0

Key message

The Norwegian Health Directorate commissioned the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services to conduct a systematic literature search with subsequent sorting of relevant publications. The task was to identify new studies published after the Knowledge Centre’s report (2009) about the effect of long-term treatment for patients with substance abuse.

Results

  • The search for systematic reviews resulted in a total of 29 references. One was considered possibly relevant but it was excluded after full text reading.
  • The search for primary studies gave 410 hits, and 5 were considered possibly relevant. After full text reading, all were excluded.
  • This update has not found any new systematic reviews or randomized controlled studies  published after the Knowledge Centre’s report from 2009, and we refer to this