The meanings of dual diagnosis policy for services and sufferers Bridget Roberts. Qualitative study of policy and sectoral change since deinstitutionalisation Case study of State of Victoria ‘Dual diagnosis’ discourse and narratives Some context and preliminary reflections. Methods.
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....It feels divided. AOD and mental health workers are from completely separate worlds – that is how it feels. I think there is a bit of resentment – it’s like an unspoken war – the mental health workers think they are better than the AOD workers and the AOD workers feel a bit invalidated/sidelined by the psychiatrists (Participant)
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Who are the winners and losers from dual diagnosis policy and the convergence of mental health services and alcohol and other drug services?
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