A randomized phase I trial of a brief computer-delivered intervention for alcohol use during pregnancy.

@article{Tzilos2011ARP,
  title={A randomized phase I trial of a brief computer-delivered intervention for alcohol use during pregnancy.},
  author={Golfo K. Tzilos and Robert J. Sokol and Steven J Ondersma},
  journal={Journal of women's health},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 10},
  pages={1517-24}
}
BACKGROUND Drinking alcohol during pregnancy has a range of negative consequences for the developing fetus. Screening and brief intervention approaches have significant promise, but their population impact may be limited by a range of challenges to implementation. We, therefore, conducted preliminary acceptability and feasibility evaluation of a computer-delivered brief intervention for alcohol use during pregnancy. METHODS Participants were 50 pregnant women who screened positive for risky… CONTINUE READING