Primary Care of Opioid use Disorder: The End of "the French Model"?

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Summary of "Primary Care of Opioid use Disorder: The End of "the French Model"?"

In France, most patients with opioid use disorder (OUD) have been treated by buprenorphine, prescribed by general practitioners (GP) in private practice since 1996. This has contributed to building a 'French model' facilitating access to treatment based on the involvement of GPs in buprenorphine prescription.


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Name: European addiction research
ISSN: 1421-9891
Pages: 1-9


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