Brief motivational intervention for adolescents treated in emergency departments for acute alcohol intoxication - a randomized-controlled trial

@inproceedings{Diestelkamp2014BriefMI,
  title={Brief motivational intervention for adolescents treated in emergency departments for acute alcohol intoxication - a randomized-controlled trial},
  author={Silke Diestelkamp and Nicolas Arnaud and Lutz Wartberg and Anne Daubmann and Rainer Thomasius},
  booktitle={BMC emergency medicine},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Alcohol misuse among youth is a major public health concern and numbers of adolescents admitted to the emergency department for acute alcoholic intoxication in Germany are recently growing. The emergency setting offers an opportunity to reach at-risk alcohol consuming adolescents and provide brief interventions in a potential "teachable moment". However, studies on brief interventions targeting adolescents in emergency care are scarce and little is known about their effectiveness… CONTINUE READING
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