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Thom, Betsy; Herring, Rachel; Luger, Lisa; Annand, Fizz; Alcohol Research UK; Middlesex University (2014)
Publisher: Alcohol Research UK
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects:
A review of the literature and scoping on alcohol brief interventions. The review considers the evidence base on the delivery of identification and brief advice in a wide range of settings. It concludes that broader delivery of IBA is feasible, but requires strong organisational support, effective training and financial investment.
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