The needs of people with alcohol-related brain injury (ARBI): a review of the international literature

@article{Brighton2013TheNO,
  title={The needs of people with alcohol-related brain injury (ARBI): a review of the international literature},
  author={Renee M Brighton and V. Traynor and L. Moxham and J. Curtis},
  journal={Drugs and Alcohol Today},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={205-214}
}
  • Renee M Brighton, V. Traynor, +1 author J. Curtis
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • Drugs and Alcohol Today
  • Purpose – Alcohol-related brain injury (ARBI) is part of a group of conditions that do not fit easily into existing systems of care. People living with ARBI require flexible health and social services to ensure they receive person-centred, therapeutic care and treatment. Effective service provision promotes recovery for people who continue to experience significant levels of morbidity and mortality due to symptoms that are potentially reversible or at least amendable to appropriate care and… CONTINUE READING

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