Introduction to DIRDET (Drug Intervention Record Data Entry Tool). The New Data Set. Today’s training is aimed at users of the DIRDET system and we will be going through the following information: Available resources (Field by field guidance and Frequently Asked Questions)
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Please refer to the NDTMS confidentiality toolkit for guidance about consent.
Consent must be sought for all clients inputted to DIRDET after 4th November 2013 (includes records from the 18th Oct after DIRWeb was closed).
Details of ‘no consent’ clients can be input onto DIRDET but will not be viewable by PHE.
Previously NOMS ID but can now be any reference suitable for local identification. DO NOT ENTER IDENTIFIABLE DATA
This information was previously collected. If full name details are entered onto DIRDET, only the client’s initials will be submitted for analysis.
Consent & Confidentiality guidance about consent.
Key guidance documents:
Confidentiality Toolkit guidance about consent.
The latest guidance is V6_3
This should be used for all new clients.
Obtaining Consent guidance about consent.
The postcode information continues to be collected. guidance about consent.
On DIRWeb only NFA was collected – this field has now been expanded with some further options to choose from.
The options for this field are now just Yes or No. Due date is no longer collected.
Inclusion on IOM & MAPPA offender management schemes continue to be collected. As PPO is now covered by IOM, PPO is not recorded as a separate item.
Upper Tier LA is now collected (previously DAT). continue to be collected.
This question was previously asked, but there are expanded options to choose from.
This question is applicable even for those that do not engage beyond the RA (Required Assessment).
For clients with a RA this replaces ‘Drug Test Date’. It has now been extended to be the equivalent of referral date generally for all clients.
Date of initial screening / triage assessment / RA It has now been extended to be the equivalent of referral date generally for all clients.
♦Theft – shoplifting, It has now been extended to be the equivalent of referral date generally for all clients.
♦Theft – of a vehicle
♦Theft – from a vehicle
♦Theft – other
♦Burglary – domestic
♦Burglary – other
♦Wounding or assault
Previously a list to select up to 2 offences – now 1 offence is recorded.
Up to 3 main problem substances can be selected. It has now been extended to be the equivalent of referral date generally for all clients.
Frequency of use is no longer collected.
This field was previously collected but there is an additional option to select ‘declined to answer’
T additional option to select ‘declined to answer’his field was previously collected but now requires the number of days, rather than within the boundaries previously required.
T additional option to select ‘declined to answer’his field was previously collected but now requires the number of units, rather than within the boundaries previously required. It also refers to a typicaldrinkingday.
This field was previously collected but was formerly referred to as ‘care plan agreed date’.
Previously the agency name and code were collected – now just the agency code is entered.
Sub Interventions data is recorded retrospectively – what has happened in the client’s treatment either since the interventions started, or since the last sub intervention review took place?
One or a number of these support interventions can be selected to demonstrate the support that has taken place.
This data is reported retrospectively & so differs from the current requirements.
This data is to be collected at least every 6 months and at closure from caseload.
This data item was previously collected, but was called ‘date case closed’.
When the closure date has been completed, select the reason for closing the case, depending on whether the case was closed prior to caseload or from the caseload.
You will be given a user name and password to access the DIRDET system.
The system is only for your service and you will not be able to view other service’s data.
1 admin account will be set up for your service, and from this, further user accounts can be created for your colleagues to also access the DIRDET system.
If no account please email [email protected]
This is the client list screen. You will see this screen when you log onto DIRDET. Your existing client caseload will have been migrated on to DIRDET so that you can see all of the open client records. As you add more client details onto the system this list will increase.
You can go to this screen any time by clicking on ‘Client List’
Before entering a when you log onto DIRDET. Your new client’s details check first whether or not the client has a previous episode recorded on the DIRDET.
You may be able to see the client listed on the screen straight away. If so, click on ‘select’ next to the client’s name.
Click on ‘create’ to create a new episode record for the client.
Or, if the client does not have a previous episode recorded on DIRDET, click on ‘create’ to create a new client record.
Enter the client’s personal details from the data collection form.
When you have entered the client’s data click on ‘save’
You will be shown whether or not your data saved successfully.
If the data did not save successfully, the validation output will show you where corrections need to be made to your data.
This record has failed to save because the client’s date of birth is an incorrect format.
When the record has saved click on ‘Back to Episode’ to start entering the episode information
Even if the data does save successfully, always check the validation output in case there are any corrections that can be made to your data.
You will then be taken to this screen. start entering the episode information
Click on ‘create’ to create a new episode record for the client.
Enter the episode details from start entering the episode informationthe data collection form. There are a mixture of drop down lists to select from, free type text boxes and calendars.
Use the scroll bar to enter more data further down the page.
To populate the client’s DAT of Residence, enter the client’s postcode and then select ‘lookup’.
Complete the required information and click on ‘save’. Check if there are any validation queries to correct.
When the episode has saved successfully, click on ‘Back to Episode’.
To enter details about a client’s referral to structured treatment from the episode screen, click on the ‘Referrals to structured treatment list’, and then click on ‘create’.
Enter the referred agency details (agency code) and date of the referral to structured treatment.
Save the record when this is complete.
Check the validation output
Under ‘Navigation’, click on ‘back to episode’. You will be taken back to the episode screen where you can add further referral details.
To add further referral details select the ‘Referrals to structured treatment list’ and click on ‘create’.
TOP data can be entered if you wish to complete this information with the client, by selecting the ‘TOP list’ and clicking on ‘create’.
From the episode screen select ‘the Sub Interventions list’, and click on ‘create’
Show which Support Sub Interventions have taken place either since the Intervention started, or since the last sub intervention review took place. Select either ‘yes’ or ‘no’. If left blank, ‘No’ will be assumed.
Save the record when this is complete and check the validation output.
Click on ‘Back to Episode’
When further Sub Intervention reviews are required this data can be entered by clicking on ‘Create’ in the ‘Sub Interventions List’.
Remember that Sub Interventions data is completed retrospectively.
Before closing a case, remember to provide details of any further TOP records, Sub Interventions and referral to structured treatment details if these are required.
Save the record and check the validation output.
Client presents to treatment down list.
Has the client agreed to consent for NDTMS?
Data should still be recorded for local purposes. The data will not be shared further
After searching, does the client already exists on the system?
If client already exists, their CLIENT information will already be present. Process to completing EPISODE information
Complete CLIENT information. Full Forename and Surname will not be shared further
Complete EPISODE information
Was a Care Plan start date agreed?
Was a Care Plan start date agreed? down list.
Was client referred to structured treatment?
Proceed to CASE CLOSURES sections and complete Closure Date and Closure Reason (‘PRIOR TO CARE PLAN’)
Complete REFERRALS information
Has a sub-intervention assessment taken place with the client yet?
Complete CASE CLOSURES information
Did client transfer to another DAT/LA area or prison?
Complete INTERVENTIONS information
Has client’s case closed since Care Plan started?
Complete ‘DAT/LA area or prison transferred to field
Client continues in treatment
Select the extract type and the version (if you want to produce a DET Local Extract you will need to also specify whether you want to show the codes or values and the date format too).
Then, select ‘Produce Extract File’
Next click on ‘click here to download’, and save or open the spreadsheet.
Click on ‘administration’ the spreadsheet.
Then click on ‘Create a new user’
Complete the New User details the spreadsheet.
When completed click on ‘Create User’
Key worker status can be assigned to members of staff who may not need direct access to the DIRDET.
To assign key worker status to the agency administrator user, check the box “User is a key worker”.
The user’s username must be filled in at this stage too, as well as confirming whether or not the Key Worker requires a login to access DIRDET.
Any the spreadsheet.Questions?