The relationship between self-reported alcohol intake and the morbidities managed by GPs in Australia

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BACKGROUND One in five Australians consume alcohol at risky or harmful levels. Most (85%) attend a general practitioner at least once a year, giving opportunity for detecting and providing brief interventions for reducing alcohol-related harm. Historically, detection rates of problem drinking have been low in general practice, producing lower prevalence… (More)

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@article{Proude2006TheRB, title={The relationship between self-reported alcohol intake and the morbidities managed by GPs in Australia}, author={Elizabeth M Proude and Helena C Britt and Lisa A Valenti and Katherine M. Conigrave}, journal={BMC Family Practice}, year={2006}, volume={7}, pages={17 - 17} }