Marianne Saint-Jacques

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It is well-documented that alcohol and tobacco consumption reduce treatment efficacy, increase side effects, may encourage relapse and/or secondary cancers, and affect quality of life in patients being treated for cancer. Because it represents a “teachable moment” for many of those diagnosed, cancer may create a window of opportunity in which to intervene,(More)
In 2006, the Quebec provincial government committed itself to developing capacity for evidence-based alcohol and other drug screening and brief intervention (SBI) in frontline health-service delivery settings. Two studies were conducted prior to province-wide deployment to inform decision makers as to possible implementation challenges. Study 1 evaluated(More)
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