Measuring outcomes

Evaluation and monitoring need careful thought and planning. But treatment interventions have multiple aims and varied outcomes. Aims may alter and be adapted as the work develops, so that outcomes will be difficult to assess in relation to the original aims. Evaluation should handle this complexity: identifying 'success' requires measures beyond the simple calculation of reduction in, or abstention from, substance use.

Building evaluation in from the start, and using it to inform the intervention throughout, makes it part of the process of intervention; the reflection that evaluation encourages can increase the effectiveness of the intervention.

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