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ADOM guide for addiction practitioners - Version 4.3

This is an updated document defining the ADOM Information Collection Protocol to support the development of ADOM data systems.

The guide includes information about:

  • ADOM
  • the ADOM information collection protocol
  • a glossary
  • frequently asked questions about the ADOM collection process
  • information about ADOM data integration into the Programme for the Integration of Mental Health Data (PRIMHD) national data collection.


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