NEW! Screeners

Introduction

On July 1st 2017 three new screeners were made available to NADAbase users that have the potential to not only enhance client care but to also increas...

Use and Storage of the Data

Data will be stored securely as with all other NADAbase data, and only used by NADA for the purposes of advocating for increased support for member or...

Guidance for Screener Data Collection Items

Guideline Requirement Screener Data collection has highly sensitive components and should only be completed by a clinician of the organisation, not ...

Suicide Screener

Overview NADA recognises the unique opportunity AOD services have to reduce the very serious risk of suicide, and where appropriate assist in linking ...

Domestic and Family Violence Screener: Female Client focus

Overview The domestic and family violence screener in its current form has been developed with the gendered-nature of domestic and family violence in ...

Blood Borne Virus and Sexual Health Screener

Overview Blood borne virus (BBV) and sexual health screener is designed to identify whether clients attending AOD specialist services have had access ...

Client and Organisation Reports

Client Reports Once a screener has been filled out in NADAbase a print icon in the top right hand corner of each screener will allow clinicians to pri...

Privacy and Confidentiality

NADA members and users of NADAbase are required to comply with the National Privacy Act 2008 (amended 2016), and the Health Records and Information Pr...