Intervention attendance among emergency department patients with alcohol- and drug-use disorders.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE The emergency department (ED) visit provides a window of opportunity for screening and linkage to services for inner-city adults with substance-use disorders (SUDs). This article examines predictors of intervention attendance among ED patients who screen positive for an SUD (alcohol or other drug). METHOD As part of a large randomized control… (More)

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@article{Blow2010InterventionAA, title={Intervention attendance among emergency department patients with alcohol- and drug-use disorders.}, author={Frederic C. Blow and Maureen A. Walton and Regan Murray and Rebecca M. Cunningham and Stephen T. Chermack and Kristen Lawton Barry and Mark Andrew Ilgen and Brenda M. Booth}, journal={Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs}, year={2010}, volume={71 5}, pages={713-9} }