Randomized clinical trial examining the incremental efficacy of a 90-minute motivational alcohol intervention as an adjunct to standard batterer intervention for men.

@article{Stuart2013RandomizedCT,
  title={Randomized clinical trial examining the incremental efficacy of a 90-minute motivational alcohol intervention as an adjunct to standard batterer intervention for men.},
  author={Gregory L. Stuart and Ryan C Shorey and Todd Michael Moore and Susan E. Ramsey and Christopher W Kahler and Timothy J. O'Farrell and David R. Strong and Jeff R. Temple and Peter Monti},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2013},
  volume={108 8},
  pages={1376-84}
}
AIMS The efficacy of batterer intervention programs to reduce intimate partner violence (IPV) is questionable, with individuals with alcohol problems particularly unlikely to benefit. We examined whether adding adjunctive alcohol intervention to batterer intervention reduced the likelihood of substance use and violence relative to batterer intervention alone. DESIGN Randomized clinical trial. SETTING Batterer intervention programs in Rhode Island, USA. PARTICIPANTS A total of 252… CONTINUE READING

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