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Implementing screening and brief alcohol interventions in primary care: views from both sides of the consultation
Excessive drinking is a global health problem which is responsible for a wide range of both chronic and acute illness, and which costs the UK National Health Service (NHS) £1.7 billion annually.… Expand
Implementing routine screening and brief alcohol intervention in primary health care: A Delphi survey of expert opinion
Aim To obtain a consensus of expert views on how best to implement screening and brief intervention (SBI) for excessive drinkers in a routine and enduring fashion in primary health care throughout… Expand
Alcohol screening and brief intervention in primary care: Which way now?
Excessive alcohol consumption is a major cause of health and social problems in the UK. Research has shown that alcohol‐related problems are responsive to early identification and brief intervention… Expand