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Optimizing Canada's addiction treatment workforce : Optimisation de la main-d'oeuvre affectée au traitement des toxicomanies au Canada : résultats d'une enquête nationale auprès des fournisseurs de services




A The majority (73%–85%) of the executive directors/agency question about the number of years that respondents expected heads form BC/NWT, Ontario and the Atlantic region agreed to remain in the treatment field was unfortunately left blank with questionnaire items pointing to a lack of resources and on almost 40% of the questionnaires returned by program limited opportunities for professional deve [...] The majority of respondents from all of the regions report that their staff had Table 13 indicates that the majority of respondents in all access to the Web with the exception of Quebec where access regions had engaged in some professional development was reported as limited. [...] The majority of the respondents in BC/NWT, Ontario, and Consistent with reports from executive directors/agency the Atlantic region agreed that there is a lack of resources and heads, the majority of respondents indicate that they had at limited opportunities for professional development. [...] The lowest percentage of respondents with certification in addiction studies is found in the Atlantic region (18%) and The response rate for staff was 45% and again this is similar AADAC (20%) while the highest percentage is found among to or higher than the response rates in the few other surveys of respondents from the AFM (63%). [...] These two initiatives offer potential for the development The survey did not specifically address the gap between the of infrastructure to assist coordinating the addictions field to availability of evidence-based research on treatment and the implement a range of workforce development initiatives.



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