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The objective of our study was to explore mental health clinician attitudes towards substance use and associations with clinical experience and education level
Respondents’ attitudes towards substance use were associated with level of education on questions from two (non-stereotyping and treatment optimism) subscales. In pairwise comparisons, postgraduate education was associated with more positive attitudes towards relapse risk when compared to diploma-educated respondents. No significant associations were observed between years of clinical experience and participant responses.
Survey (n=71) of a convenience sample