The Systematic Development and Pilot Randomized Evaluation of Counselling for Alcohol Problems, a Lay Counselor‐Delivered Psychological Treatment for Harmful Drinking in Primary Care in India: The PREMIUM Study

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BACKGROUND Despite harmful drinking causing a significant burden on global health, there is a large treatment gap, especially in low- and middle-income countries. A major barrier to care is the lack of adequately skilled human resources to deliver contextually appropriate treatments. This paper describes the systematic process used to develop Counselling… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/acer.12653

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@inproceedings{Nadkarni2015TheSD, title={The Systematic Development and Pilot Randomized Evaluation of Counselling for Alcohol Problems, a Lay Counselor‐Delivered Psychological Treatment for Harmful Drinking in Primary Care in India: The PREMIUM Study}, author={Abhijit Nadkarni and Richard D B Velleman and Hamid Dabholkar and Sachin M. Shinde and Bhargav Bhat and Jim McCambridge and Pratima Murthy and Terry Wilson and Benedict Weobong and Vikram Patel}, booktitle={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research}, year={2015} }