|Titre :||Druglink, Vol.26, n°3 - May-June 2011 - Labour intensive : The making of a modern workforce|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/06/2011|
|Année de publication :||2011|
|Format :||24 p.|
|Résumé :||The May-June issue of Druglink is focussed on workforce development. A range of experts look at how working in the drug sector is shaping up, the burning issues that have to be faced and how things can be changed for the better. We also analyse the alphabet soup of legal highs and ask how much of a risk these substances actually pose.|
|Note de contenu :||
* 'Drug policing leads to rise in violence', says study.
* 'White cider more deadly than heroin' says homeless charity boss.
* Inside DrugScope.
* News focus: Thinking outside the bag. Andy McNicoll reports on the ongoing, super-sensitive debate around drug thresholds.
• MAIN FEATURES:
* Alphabet soup: Identifying the array of chemicals now being sold over the internet as recreational drugs is a daunting task. But how much of a risk do these substances actually pose? By Harry Shapiro.
* WORKFORCE SPECIAL - Highlights:
- Culture shift: Joy Barlow on the impact of the recovery agenda on workforce development.
- Not so secret services: Drug workers have to walk a fine line over what they can tell the authorities and even family members about clients. Esther Sample reports.
- The whole nine yards: A good drug worker is not necessarily someone who has used lots of drugs, has great charm or who is extremely efficient. They are someone who is best equipped to help people off drugs. By Leon Wylie.
• ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...
* Agents of change: Little can be achieved in improving the way drug workers do their job without the help of their managers, says Carole Sharma.
* The knowledge: William Butler and Paul Hayes on the importance of the Substance Misuse Skills Consortium.
* Relatively speaking: One of the Britain's largest drug agencies has trained its workforce to look into the delicate matter of drug users' families. By Elliot Elam.
* Up to speed: What is the role of doctors in the "inspirational, recovery-oriented workforce" described within the 2010 government drug strategy? By Dr Linda Harris.
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